Craic on the Road
Craic on the Road: Live at Sam Maguire's was the first full-length album by Four to the Bar, released in 1994.
|Craic on the Road:
Live at Sam Maguire's
|Live album by Four to the Bar|
|Producer||Four to the Bar|
|Four to the Bar chronology|
- I'll Tell Me Ma (Traditional)
- Waxie's Dargle/The Rare Old Mountain Dew (Traditional)
- My Love's in Germany (Traditional)
- I Ain't Marching Anymore (Phil Ochs)
- The Hills of Connemara (Traditional)
- A Taste of the Reel World (Traditional)
- The Black Velvet Band/The Wild Rover/The Galway Shawl (Traditional)
- The Ferryman (Pete St. John)
- Mick Maguire (Traditional)
- Muirsheen Durkin (Traditional)
- Jenny's and Out! (Traditional)
- Produced by Four to the Bar with Kevin Coleman
- Recorded live on June 16, 1994 at Sam Maguire's Pub, Bronx NY, by Boulevard Studios, New Milford NJ
- Crew chiefs: Mike Marri, Anthony Cioffi
- Assistant recording engineer: Gene Porfedo
- Stage engineer: Mark "Doc" Doratto
- Mixed at World Studio, New York NY
- Mastered at Steller Productions and Studio 900, New York NY
- Mixing and mastering engineer: Tim Hatfield
- One of the album's outtakes was a spontaneous version of "Who the F*** Is Alice"
- This version of "I'll Tell Me Ma" appears in iTunes' "Essential St. Patrick's Day Music" collection.
- David Yeates does an impersonization of Beavis and Butthead during "Black Velvet Band."
- "Mr. Maguire" appeared previously on the band's 1993 EP.
- The sidewalk graffiti in the cover art was done by the band; the photographer had to stand on the tour van to get the proper angle.
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