Band Name Lindisfarne. Album Name Promenade. Дата релиза 04 Март 2002. Музыкальный стильFolk Rock. Владельцы этого альбома0. 1. This Guitar Never Lies.
Nom du groupe Lindisfarne. Nom de l'album Promenade. Date de parution 04 Mars 2002. Style MusicalFolk Rock. Membres possèdant cet album0.
This is a list of the records issued by UK band Lindisfarne. Note: all chart placings are for UK Albums Chart. Nicely Out of Tune (1970) No. 8 in June 1972. Fog on the Tyne (1971) No. 1 in March/April 1972. Dingly Dell (1972) No. 5 in September 1972. Roll On, Ruby (1973). Back and Fourth (1978) No. 22 in July 1978. Sleepless Nights (1982) No. 59 in October 1982. Dance Your Life Away (1986). C'mon Everybody (1987). Elvis Lives On The Moon (1993).
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Promenade delivers 13 classic new songs in trademark Lindisfarne style. Taking their musical cues from both sides of the Atlantic, Lindisfarne put a distinctly British stamp on a range of styles that encompasses blues, country, folk and rock, with harmonica, slide guitar and mandolin adding a fresh rootsy quality. With equal measures of wry humor, poignant reflection and good-time rock'n'roll, the new album lives up to Lindisfarne's long history, and looks confidently to the future - thirty years on and Lindisfarne just keep getting better. Originally released in 2002.
Promenade is a studio album by Kevin Burke and Mícheál Ó Domhnaill, released in 1979 by Mulligan Records (LUN 028). Mícheál Ó Domhnaill co-founded the popular Irish traditional group The Bothy Band in 1974, along with Paddy Glackin (fiddle), Matt Molloy (flute and tin whistle), Paddy Keenan (uilleann pipes and tin whistle), Dónal Lunny (bouzouki, guitar, and production), and his sister Tríona Ní Dhomhnaill (harpsichord, clavinet and vocals)
Promenade is the best Lindisfarne album I've heard. It's so different to their earlier albums but I guess the musical instruments have changed over the years just like computer equipment and other technology. The band's personnel has changed a lot over the years but Rod Clements's song writing is as good as ever with the help of various collaborations on this album. This is a quality album, no 1980's tinniness.
|1||The Guitar Never Lies||3:59|
|2||When Jones Get Back To Town||3:37|
|3||This Too Will Pass||4:05|
|7||Under The Promenade||3:07|
|8||Rock 'N' Roll Phone||3:07|
|10||Happy Birthday Dad||3:23|
|11||Walking Back Back To Blueberry Hill||2:47|
|PRKCD60||Lindisfarne||Promenade (CD, Promo)||Park Records||PRKCD60||UK||2002|