Patrick Street - Street Life FLAC album
Title: Street Life
FLAC version ZIP size: 1607 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1253 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1458 mb
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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.
All in Good Time (Patrick Street album). All in Good Time is the fourth album by the Irish folk band Patrick Street, released in 1993 on Green Linnet Records/Special Delivery. The founding members (Andy Irvine, Kevin Burke, Jackie Daly, Arty McGlynn) were joined by Bill Whelan on keyboards and backing vocals. The album was arranged by Patrick Street and Bill Whelan, produced by Bill Whelan, engineered by Pearse Dunne, and recorded at Windmill Lane Studios.
Overall, Street Life is a nice extension to the Patrick Street catalog, but necessary only to collectors, as the album breaks little new ground for the band. Guest Cal Scott provides a nice surprise with his alto horn and coronet contributions on three of the ten tracks, especially on the lovely "Green Grows the Laurel"; however, the listener looking for a Patrick Street record which will guarantee repeated listening would be better off with their excellent 1989 effort, 3 Irish Times 3.
In an attempt to balance out this negative, here's one appreciated Patrick Street album I can recommend, if you're to go for just one, or for a start, one I've even used a couple of tracks from for teaching dance, especially 7, 9 & 11: "Patrick Street: All in Good Time" All In A Good Time.
Patrick Street (LP, Album). Kevin Burke (2), Jackie Daly, Andy Irvine, Arty McGlynn. Kevin Burke (2), Jackie Daly, Andy Irvine, Arty McGlynn - Patrick Street (Cass). Patrick Street (CD, Album).
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. Walsh's Polkas" (Trad. Arr. Patrick Street and Bill Whelan) – 3:29. A Prince Among Men (Only A Miner)" (song) (Andy Irvine) – 4:26. Frank Quinn's Reel"/"Lad s Reel" (Trad. Patrick Street and Bill Whelan) – 4:06. The Pride Of The Springfield Road" (song) (Trad.