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Paddy Tutty


Who Liveth So Merry


Folklorique, Country

Taille de l'album MP3:

2091 mb


Prairie Druid Music




Celtic, Folk



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1Annachie Gordon8:07
2Black Sarah / The Black Nag4:34
3Who Liveth So Merry3:54
4The World Turned Upside Down4:16
5Bonny Portmore4:08
6The Land Knows You're There4:26
7The Hare's Lament5:00
8Polka Piquée / The Blind Harper4:28


  • Mixed ByDavid Essig, Richard Harrow
  • Recorded ByRichard Harrow
  • Synthesizer, Bass, ProducerDavid Essig
  • Vocals, Dulcimer, Guitar, Fiddle, Whistle, Psaltery [Bowed Psaltery]Paddy Tutty


Recorded October 1986.

Includes a lyric insert.


  • Copyright (c) – Prairie Druid Music
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Prairie Druid Music
  • Recorded At – The Living Room Studio, Calgary, Alberta


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