The Bothy Band ‎– Out Of The Wind Into The Sun -1977- Celtic, Folk (Irish Import Vinyl)


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Sleeve Condition (Out of 10) ~ 8 edge wear / cover sprung
Label Condition (Out of 10) ~10
has sleeve
Vinyl Condition ~ (Out of 10)
Side 1 ~ 10
Side 2 ~ 10

BIN # *220

The Bothy Band was formed in 1975 by bouzouki player Dónal Lunny, after he left the group Planxty to form his own record company, Mulligan.[1] Lunny invited uilleann piper Paddy Keenan, flute and whistle player Matt Molloy, fiddler Paddy Glackin, and accordion player Tony MacMahon to get involved in an early project for the new label. This group of players was soon joined by a brother and sister who played in the Irish traditional group Skara BraeMícheál Ó Domhnaill on acoustic guitar and Tríona Ní Dhomhnaill on clavinet and vocals. Originally called Seachtar (Irish for seven), the group was renamed by Mícheál Ó Domhnaill after Tony MacMahon left the group to work as a producer for BBC. The Bothy Band made its debut on 2 February 1975 at Trinity College, Dublin.[2]

Mulligan ‎– LUN 013
Vinyl, LP, Album

TracklistShow Credits

The Morning Star (4:31)
A1a The Morning Star
A1b The Fisherman's Lilt (C)
A1c The Drunken Landlady
A1d The Fisherman's Lilt (D)
A2 The Maids Of Mitchelstown 3:13
Rip The Calico (5:40)
A3a The Leitrim Fancy
A3b Round The World For Sport (Sword In Hand)
A3c Rip The Calico
A3d Martin Wynne's
A3e The Enchanted Lady
A3f The Holy Land
A4 The Streets Of Derry (Derry Gaol) 7:00
The Pipe On The Hob (4:59)
A5a The Pipe On The Hob
A5b The Hag At The Churn
B1 The Sailor Boy 5:11
B2 The Blackbird 5:00
B3 The Strayaway Child 4:52
B4 The Factory Girl 5:08
Slides (3:16)
B5a The Priest
B5b Mary Willie's
B5c This Is My Love, Do You Like Her?


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