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Other People's Children

Eric Bogle

Scottish
Greentrax

Released: 2005
Catalogue Number: CDTRAX287
Barcode: 5018081028726
Running Time: 51 mins.

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1Tamborine Mountain4:01. £0.79
2Hallowed Ground4:36. £0.79
3True Belivers3:21. £0.79
4The Last of the Old Timers3:55. £0.79
5The Promise5:01. £0.79
6Tired3:35. £0.79
7Other People's Children5:09. £0.79
8A Good Man2:15. £0.79
9The Demon3:32. £0.79
10The Last Rodeo4:03. £0.79
11Thou Shalt Not5:57. £0.79
12To an Athlete Dying Young2:49. £0.79
13While I am Here3:05. £0.79

High Quality AudioThe tracks on this album are available as both standard 192k mp3 files, high quality 320k mp3 files and CD quality FLAC files. The price is the same for all formats. You can choose your format after you pay and are ready to download.
FIRST HEARING:
It's been a very busy year (2005) for Eric CDs. We think this is the second CD + the big box-set of 6 CDs.
This opening track is very tasteful indeed with a nice fiddle running through a very strong song.
Could be a nice intro to Eric Bogle for folks who don't have heaps of his releases.

Lineup

Eric Bogle - Vocals
John Munro - Guitars, Mandolin & B/vocals
Kat Kraus - Vocal (Tk.5) & B/vocals
Pete Titchner - Guitar & B/vocals
Emma Luker - Fiddle
Jenna Bonavita - Bass
Craig Laurtsen - Drums
Daniele Mignano - Percussion

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