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Run Rig - Recovery flac album

Run Rig - Recovery flac album
Title:
Recovery
Performer:
Run Rig
Style:
Folk Rock
Released:
Country:
FLAC album size:
1615 mb
Other formats:
TTA AA APE WMA MOD MP2 MPC
Rating:
4.7 ✪

Recovery is the third album by Scottish Celtic rock band Runrig, released in 1981. The album deals with the social history of the Scottish Gàidhealtachd, mirroring a renewed sense of cultural and political identity within the Scottish Gaelic community. Two of the tracks which was originally recorded on this album, were re-recorded and released on Proterra. These tracks were An Dubh and The Old Boys. An Toll Dubh" (The Dungeon) - 1:35. Rubh nan Cudaigean" (Cuddy Point) - 2:55.

Similar to Run Rig - Recovery but the cassette shell is clear but has the same details as found on the other submission. Produced By Robert Bell for Phoenix Records & Filmworks Die cut at the "Blue Room", London. Manufactured by Spartan, Caerphilly, Wales. RunRig contact number 031-225 2679 All lyrics Published Storr Music 1981.

Run Rig ‎– Recovery. Label: Ridge Records ‎– RR002. Format: Cassette, Album. Fiddle – Ronnie GerrardVocals, Accordion, Acoustic Guitar – Rory Macdonald.

队列表 Folk Rock Runrig Recovery. 2. Rubh nan Cudaigean. 3. 'Ic Iain 'Ic Sheumais. 6. 'S tu mo Leannan/Nightfall on Marsco. 7. Breaking the Chains.

Album · 1981 · 11 Songs. See All. Alba: The Best of Runrig. Scotland's Glory: Runrig's Ballads.

A recovery run is defined as relatively short, easy-paced, run performed within 24 hours after a hard session, usually an interval workout or a long run. In general, recovery sessions are the easiest training day of the week, other than rest days. Recovery, really? According to conventional wisdom, recovery runs are believed to enhance recovery. These easy workouts may flush out lactic acid build up, which can help prevent delayed onset of muscle soreness and speed up recovery. That said, there is no scientific evidence proves that recovery runs can enhance recovery.

This album has an average beat per minute of 117 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 88/138 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. BPM Profile Recovery. Album starts at 119BPM, ends at 112BPM (-7), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Runrig.

Watching the morning come in on the land See the moon roll over Skeabost See the young men late in the glen All with camans in hand Sea winds out on the wild Sea waves crash onto Uig See the black homes strung out in a line Cross the island of Skye. I can't believe That it's taking all this time I can't believe My life and my destiny After the clans, after the clearings Here I am Recovering.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 An Toll Dubh
Backing Vocals [Back-Up Vocals] – Calum*, Donnie*, Malcolm*, Rory*Percussion [All] – Calum Macdonald, Donnie Munro, Malcolm Jones , Rory MacdonaldVocals – Calum Macdonald, Rory Macdonald
1:58
A2 Rubh Nan Cudaigean
Drums – Ian Bayne*Electric Guitar [Electric Guitars], Acoustic Guitar [Acoustic Guitars], Bass – Malcolm Jones Lead Vocals [Lead Vocal] – Donnie Munro
2:51
A3 'Ic Iain 'Ic Sheumais
Drums – Ian Bayne*Guitar [Guitars] – Malcolm Jones Organ – Blair DouglasVocals, Bass – Rory Macdonald
6:05
A4 Recovery
Fiddle – Ronnie GerrardVocals, Accordion, Acoustic Guitar [Acoustic Guitars] – Rory Macdonald
5:50
A5 Instrumental
Electric Guitar [Electric Guitars], Acoustic Guitar [Acoustic Guitars], Acoustic Bass, Bagpipes [Acoustic Bass Bagpipes] – Malcolm Jones
3:58
B1 'Stu Mo Leannan/Nightfall On Marsco
Bass, Backing Vocals [Back-Up Vocals] – Rory MacdonaldDrums, Congas, Percussion – Ian Bayne*Electric Guitar [Electric Guitars], Backing Vocals [Back-Up Vocals] – Malcolm Jones Lead Vocals [Lead Vocal] – Donnie Munro
2:51
B2 Breaking The Chains (Instrumental)
Drums, Percussion – Ian Bayne*Electric Guitar [Electric Guitars], Acoustic Guitar [Acoustic Guitars], Bass, Bagpipes – Malcolm Jones
1:53
B3 Fuaim A Bhlair
Bass, Vocals [Vocals On Chant] – Rory MacdonaldDrums, Timpani – Ian Bayne*Electric Guitar [Electric Guitars], Vocals [Vocals On Chant] – Malcolm Jones Lead Vocals [Lead Vocal], Vocals [Vocals On Chant] – Donnie Munro
4:55
B4 Tir An Airm
Drums, Percussion – Ian Bayne*Electric Guitar [Electric Guitars], Acoustic Guitar [Acoustic Guitars] – Malcolm Jones Lead Vocals [Lead Vocal] – Donnie MunroLead Vocals [Lead], Harmony Vocals – Rory MacdonaldOrgan – Blair Douglas
4:22
B5 The Old Boys
Cello – John Martin Harmonium – Blair DouglasHarmony Vocals – Rory MacdonaldLead Vocals [Lead Vocal] – Donnie Munro
4:44
B6 Dust
Acoustic Guitar, Backing Vocals – Malcolm Jones Drums, Backing Vocals [Back-Up Vocals] – Ian Bayne*Organ – Blair DouglasVocals, Backing Vocals [Back-Up Vocals] – Calum Macdonald, Donnie MunroVocals, Backing Vocals [Back-Up Vocals], Acoustic Guitar, Accordion, Bass – Rory Macdonald
5:23

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – Storr Music
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Ridge Records
  • Copyright (c) – Ridge Records
  • Recorded At – Castlesound Studios
  • Mixed At – Castlesound Studios

Credits

  • Arranged By – R. Macdonald* (tracks: A3)
  • Design, Artwork – Chico Ramos, Rory Macdonald
  • Engineer [Engineered By] – Calum Malcolm
  • Illustration [Cover Illustration Fom The Etching] – Tom Mackenzie
  • Producer [Produced By] – Robert Bell
  • Written-By – C. Macdonald* (tracks: A1, A2, A4, B1, B3 to B6), M. Jones* (tracks: A5, B2), R. Macdonald* (tracks: A1, A4, B1, B3), Traditional (tracks: A3)

Notes

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
RR002 Runrig Recovery ‎(LP, Album) Ridge Records RR002 UK 1981
RRCD002 Runrig Recovery ‎(CD, Album, RE) Ridge Records RRCD002 UK Unknown
RR002 Runrig Recovery ‎(LP, Album, Gat) Ridge Records RR002 UK 1981
RR002 Run Rig* Recovery ‎(Cass, Album) Ridge Records RR002 UK Unknown
5242892 Runrig Recovery ‎(CD, Album, RE) RecArt Music 5242892 Denmark 1999