The Belfast Gigs (LP, Album). The Belfast Gigs (CD, Album, Promo, RE). Strange Days Records.
Recorded live at the Whitla Hall, Belfast, on April 29th, 30th and May 1st 1980 Tracks A1, A3 to A5, B2: Sudbury Music Inc. (ASCAP) Tracks A2, B3: Dick James Music, In. BMI) Track B1: Mills Music Ltd. Track B4: Walden Music Inc. (ASCAP). Matrix, Runout (Etched Side A, except STERLING Stamped): SRM-1-3842-A PRC-R1-1-1 STERLING. The Belfast Gigs (CD, Album, RE).
Horslips are an Irish Celtic rock band that compose, arrange and perform songs frequently inspired by traditional Irish airs, jigs and reels. The group are regarded as 'founding fathers of Celtic rock' for their fusion of traditional Irish music with rock music and went on to inspire many local and international acts. They formed in 1970 and 'retired' in 1980 for an extended period
Album Name The Belfast Gigs. 版公司 Mercury Records Edsel Records Horslips Records. 3. The Warm Sweet Breath of Love. 4. The Power and the Glory.
Album Name The Belfast Gigs. Wydawcy Mercury Records Edsel Records Horslips Records. Styl muzycznyProg Folk. Zarejestrowanych posiada ten album1.
The recording is better than (Live, ) but the performance is lackluster, making this final live album a sad swan-song. In their prime Horslips were innovative, clever and fascinating - there are only glimmers here.
Features Song Lyrics for Horslips's The Belfast Gigs album. Horslips - The Belfast Gigs Album Lyrics.
First of all, this album is not exactly "prog", in fact it's not prog. It is in fact one of the greatest live albums to come out of the Emerald Isle. The album marked the end of a 10year career as a band( 8 years from their first album, and 9 from their first record/single release). It was recorded at the Whitla Hall, Belfast over three days. The album is more of a rock album, with,of course, the glorius inclusion of the traditional instruments that formed the Horslips' celestial sound
The Belfast Gigs - Horslips. Songs: 10. Artist: Horslips. Horslips - The Man Who Built America 03:46. Horslips - The Warm Sweet Breath of Love 03:37. Horslips - The Power and the Glory 03:36. Horslips - Blindman 03:36. Horslips - Shakin' All Over 05:23. Horslips - King of the Fairies 04:10. Horslips - Guests of the Nation 03:13. Horslips - Dearg Doom 07:13. Horslips - Sword of Light 05:52.
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|1||Trouble With Capital "T"|
|2||The Man Who Built America|
|3||The Warm Sweet Breath Of Love|
|4||The Power And The Glory|
|6||Shakin' All Over
Composed By – Kidd*
|7||King Of The Faries|
|8||Guests Of The Nation|
- Recorded At – Whitla Hall
- Recorded By – Manor Mobile
- Mixed At – Windmill Lane Studios
- Remastered At – Abbey Road Studios
- Marketed By – Demon-Westside
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Horslips
- Copyright (c) – Horslips
- Glass Mastered At – Technicolor – E0091
- Artwork [CD] – Chris Ellis
- Artwork [original] – Billy Moore
- Bass, Vocals, Composed By, Arranged By – Barry Devlin
- Drums, Percussion, Composed By, Arranged By – Eamon Carr
- Engineer – Ralph Moss
- Guitar, Vocals, Composed By, Arranged By – Johnny Fean*
- Guitar, Vocals, Violin, Mandolin, Composed By, Arranged By, Design – Charles O'Connor
- Keyboards, Flute, Tin Whistle, Composed By, Arranged By – Jim Lockhart
- Photography – Sue Byrne
- Producer – Steve Katz
- Remastered By – Horslips, Peter Mew
NotesJewel case with 8 page booklet
Recorded live at the Whitla Hall, Belfast, on April 29th, 30th and May 1st 1980
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7 4015516722 6
- Matrix / Runout: Technicolor E0091 EDCD 672 01 1:0
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L126
- Mould SID Code: ifpi 2339
- Rights Society: MCPS
|SRM 1-3842||Horslips||The Belfast Gigs (LP, Album, 72 )||Mercury||SRM 1-3842||US||1980|
|POCE-1255||Horslips||The Belfast Gigs (CD, Album, RE)||Strange Days Records||POCE-1255||Japan||2008|
|SRM 1-3842||Horslips||The Belfast Gigs (LP, Album, 18)||Mercury||SRM 1-3842||US||1980|
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|6337 106||Horslips||The Belfast Gigs (LP, Album)||Phonogram||6337 106||Germany||1980|