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After the Morning

Cara Dillon

Irish
Compass

Released: 2006
Catalogue Number: CHARCD007
Barcode: 5052442006855
Running Time: 50 mins.

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You can listen to short samples from some of the tracks on this album using the player below.


First Hearing:
Good strong opener from the 'hot' singer songwriter.
Gradually gaining ever bigger audiences it certainly sounds like this growth will continue and you will be queing for tickets at a theatre near you very soon.
Well worth a listen; more so if you like Shania Twain and folks like that.

1) Never In A Million Years
2) I Wish You Well
3) Here's A Health
4) Brockagh Braes
5) Garden Valley
6) October Winds
7) Bold Jamie
8) The Streets of Derry
9) This Time
10) The Snows They Melt the Soonest
11) Walls
12) Grace
First Hearing:
Good strong opener from the 'hot' singer songwriter.
Gradually gaining ever bigger audiences it certainly sounds like this growth will continue and you will be queing for tickets at a theatre near you very soon.
Well worth a listen; more so if you like Shania Twain and folks like that.

Lineup

Cara Dillon - Vocals
Sam Lakeman - Piano, Guitars, Accordion, Piano, Organ & Percussion
Ben Nicholls - Bass & Banjo
Simon Lea - Drums
Roy Dodds - Percussion
Neil MacColl - Guitars
Mary Dillon - B/vocals
Mairtin O'Connor - Accordion
Cathal HaydenFiddle
Paul Brady - Vocals (Tk.7)
Martin Simpson - Guitars (Tk.12)

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