We normally think of the blues as homegrown from the American South, but no culture knows the feelings like the Irish, which makes veteran blues rocker McCullough an interesting study in the way the genre transcends cultures.
girl from The North Country. Rab and friend play in the Duke of York Bar in Belfast as part of the Big River Blues Festival 24/08/08. Rab McCullough - Travelin' South. Recorded at The Empire Belfast 19th July 2007. 13 April 2009 ·. youtube. The Rab McCullough Blues Band.
Rab McCullough was an active contributor in the 60s and 70s when the blues baby came of age, sharing stage with his peers, who went on to be Rock 'n' Roll legends, including Rory Gallagher, Van Morrison, Jimi Hendrix, ACDC and John Mayall and The Blues Breakers. Unfortunately, the violence and political unrest in Northern Ireland put an end to Rab's career and destroyed the once great music scene.
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In 1967 McCullough moved to Belfast where he joined Chris Stewart (bass), Ernie Graham (vocals) and Dave Lutton (drums) to form the psychedelic band the People. Later that year the band moved to London and were signed by Chas Chandler's management team, who changed the group’s name to Éire Apparent. After the tour, they recorded a 'live' album which was released as Blue Sunset. This was followed by a further Polish tour 2000s. McCullough continued to record and perform and released solo material, including Belfast To Boston (2001) and Unfinished Business (2003). The latter contained his 1998 single, "Failed Christian".
|2||Walkin' Back To You|
|3||Ain't Gonna Be Your Fool|
|6||Shame On You|
|7||Further Up The Line|
- Recorded At – Excello Studios
- Mixed At – Excello Studios
- Recorded At – Showplace Studios
- Mixed At – Showplace Studios
- Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Crispin Cioe
- Art Direction – Jim Kozlowski
- Artwork – Justin Laul
- Bass – Bill Foster (tracks: 3, 4), Chris Jefferson (tracks: 2, 5), Tim Tindell* (tracks: 6, 7)
- Drums – Adie Mcilduff, Damon Duwhite (tracks: 6,7)
- Executive-Producer – Arnie Goodman
- Guitar, Vocals, Producer – Rab McCullough
- Mastered By – Chris Athens
- Organ [Hammond], Piano – Mike Lattrell
- Photography By – Bill Kirk , Bruce Alexander , Maria McCullough, Michael Kazmierczak
- Producer – Popa Chubby
- Producer [Associated] – Dave Rubin, Kirk Yano
- Recorded By, Mixed By – Brian Martin , Hugh Pool
- Recorded By, Mixed By, Recorded By [Horns], Mixed By [Horns] – Ben Elliott
- Tenor Saxophone – Arno Hecht
- Trombone – Bob Funk
- Trumpet – Larry Etkin
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (String): 5050232500521
- Barcode (Text): 5 050232 500521
|3005-2||Rab McCullough||Belfast Blues (CD, Album)||Blue Storm Music||3005-2||2001|