Street Life (Patrick Street album). Street Life is the eighth album by the Irish folk band Patrick Street, released in 2002 on Green Linnet. It was produced by Ged Foley and Patrick Street, and recorded at the following studios: Peach Fork Studios, Pomeroy, Ohio – engineered by Bernie Nau; Éiníní Studio, Naas, County Kildare – engineered by Steve Cooney; Navessa Studios, Saugerties, New York – engineered by Chris Anderson; Cal Scott Music, Tigard, Oregon – engineered by Cal Scott.
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Patrick Street – Patrick Street is an Irish folk group founded by Kevin Burke on fiddle, Andy Irvine on mandolin, bouzouki, harmonica and vocals, Jackie Daly on button accordion, and Arty McGlynn on guitar. Dónal Lunny, Whelan and Enda Walsh joined as producers on some albums and this tour was such fun and so successful that we decided to expand the outfit into a four-piece by adding Jackie Daly, Irvine wrote.
Patrick Street are without doubt one of the finest Irish - or any other nationality you care to mention - groups to have graced us with their presence. As anyone has heard their earlier records knows, they have set themselves exceptionally high standards to follow. Patrick Street and Bill Whelan) – 3:00. The Mouth of the Tobique"/"Billy Wilson" (Trad. Arr. Patrick Street and Bill Whelan) – 3:02. The Girls Along the Road" (song) (Trad.
Patrick Street is the first studio album by the Irish folk band Patrick Street, released in 1986 on Green Linnet Records. It was produced and engineered by Dónal Lunny, and recorded at Landsdowne Studios, Dublin, Ireland. The founding members Andy Irvine, Kevin Burke, Jackie Daly and Arty McGlynn were joined by Lunny on keyboards and bodhrán. All tracks Traditional; arranged by Patrick Street; except where indicated. Patrick Street"/"The Carraroe Jig" – 4:07.
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|1||Patrick Street / The Carraroe Jig|
|2||Walter Sammon's Grandmother / Concertina Reel / Brenda McMahon's|
|3||The Holy Ground
Written-By – Gerry O'Beirne
|4||The Shores Of Lough Gowna / Contentment Is Wealth / Have A Drink With Me|
|5||French Canadian Set "La Cardeuse"|
Written By – Andy Irvine
Written-By – Andy Mitchell
|8||Martin Rochford's Reel / Roll Out The Barrel / The Earl's Chair|
|9||Mrs. O'Sullivan's Jig / Caliope House|
|10||The Man With The Cap
Written-By – Colum Sands
- Accordion – Jackie Daly
- Engineer, Producer – Donal Lunny
- Fiddle – Kevin Burke
- Guitar – Arty McGlynn
- Keyboards, Bodhrán – Donal Lunny
- Photography By – Colm Henry
- Vocals, Bouzouki, Mandolin, Harmonica – Andy Irvine
|SIF 1071||Patrick Street||Patrick Street (LP, Album)||Green Linnet||SIF 1071||US||1987|
|CSIF 1071||Kevin Burke , Jackie Daly, Andy Irvine, Arty McGlynn||Kevin Burke , Jackie Daly, Andy Irvine, Arty McGlynn - Patrick Street (Cass)||Green Linnet||CSIF 1071||Ireland||1987|
|GLCD 1071||Patrick Street||Patrick Street (CD, Album)||Green Linnet||GLCD 1071||US||1988|
|SIF 1071||Patrick Street||Patrick Street (LP, Album)||Green Linnet||SIF 1071||Ireland||1987|
|CSIF 1071||Patrick Street||Patrick Street (Cass, Album)||Green Linnet||CSIF 1071||US||1989|