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Tracklist

1The Golden Vanity4:07
2Polkas: Salmon Tails Up The Water / Harper's Frolic2:18
3Hornpipes: The Black Swan / High Level Bridge3:14
4The Hole In The Wall / Once I Loved A Maiden4:10
5Oats & Beans1:25
6Kiss Me Goodnight Sergent Major / Bless Em All4:44
7Torn A' Ma Goon / Captain Ross3:30
8Keltie Clippie
Written-By – John Watt
3:23
9The Works Outing
Written-By – Donneil Kennedy
3:37
10The Oily Rig3:04
11Down In The Coalmine
Written-By – J.B. Geoghehan
3:20
12The Shetland Fiddler / High Road To Linton2:22
13Come Me Little Son
Words By – Ewan MacColl
4:54

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
FOFG3 The Friends Of Fiddler's Green This Side Of The Ocean ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM, Bon)FOFG ProductionsFOFG3 Canada1997

Credits

  • Arranged By [All Songs And Tunes]Friends Of Fiddler's Green
  • CoverRosemary Brown
  • EngineerChad Irschick
  • Guest, Bass, PianoKen Whitely
  • Guest, PianoCathy Murphy
  • Performer [Ex-members of 'The Friends']John Bowden , Margaret Christl, Peter Shepheard, Rick Avery , Rosemary Brown , Stew Cameron
  • Performer [The Band]Alistair Brown, David Parry , Grit Laskin, Ian Robb, Jim Strickland , Laurence Stevenson, Tam Kearney
  • ProducerGrit Laskin, Ian Robb, Ken Whitely
  • Written By [except where noted] – Traditional

Notes

Recorded and mixed at Inception Sound, Toronto, Canada, June 1981

Companies

  • Recorded At – Inception Sound Studios
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Fogarty's Cove Music
  • Copyright (c) – Fogarty's Cove Music
  • Mixed At – Inception Sound Studios

Album

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Download The Friends Of Fiddler's Green - This Side Of The Ocean
Performer:
The Friends Of Fiddler's Green
Title:
This Side Of The Ocean
Genre:
MP3 size:
1112 mb
FLAC size:
2280 mb
WMA size:
2748 mb
Country:
Canada
Released:
1981
Label:
Fogarty's Cove Music
Style:
Celtic
Rating:
4.5
Catalog №:
FCM 005
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