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Eleanor McEvoy

Irish
MoscdDisc

Released: 2006
Catalogue Number: MOSACD303
Barcode: 5391507060112
Running Time: 50 mins.

CD£13.10 Buy Now In Stock. Dispatched on Monday.

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


FIRST HEARING:
A 'do-it-yourself-tour-de-force' from the singer-songwriter.
All the emotions are here and the sparseness of the instrumentation helps bring out the lyrics.
Well worth a listen.
We confidently predict a big selling CD (if there was any equality in the world).

Part 1:
1) Non Smoking Single Female
2) To Sweep Away A Fool
3) Wrong So Wrong
4) Little Look
5) Vigeland's Dream
6) Mercy Mercy Me
7) Quote I Love You Unquote
Part 2:
8) So Much Trouble
9) Three Nights in November
10) Suffer So Well
11) The Way You Wear Your Troubles
12) (When You) Smile
13) Fields of Dublin 4
14) Interlude - Iberius
15) Roll Um Easy
FIRST HEARING:
A 'do-it-yourself-tour-de-force' from the singer-songwriter.
All the emotions are here and the sparseness of the instrumentation helps bring out the lyrics.
Well worth a listen.
We confidently predict a big selling CD (if there was any equality in the world).

Lineup

Eleanor McEvoy: Vocals, B/vocals, Guitars, Vibraphone & Marimba Synth. Programmed Drums, Mandolin, Violins, Piano, Bass & Percussion
with
Liam Bradley: Drums, Congas & Percussion
Dave Rotheray: Bass & Guitar (Tk.7)

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