Fran Doyle - Hello Friend
Folk, World, & Country
Label: Reel Time Recorders ‎– RTR 333-101
Type: Vinyl, LP, Album
Country: Canada
Date of released: 1984
Category: Folk, World, & Country
Style: Celtic
Genre: Folk, World, & Country
Musician: Fran Doyle
Album's name: Hello Friend
ZIP archive size: 1848

Fran Doyle - Hello Friend


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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Hello Friend
Songwriter – Peggy Seeger
3:48
A2 Shipyard Slips
Songwriter – David Wild
3:43
A3 Lanigan's Ball
Songwriter – Traditional
3:10
A4 Fields of Athenry
Songwriter – Pete St. John
4:39
A5 45 Years
Songwriter – Stan Rogers
3:21
A6 Banks of the Roses
Songwriter – Traditional
1:35
B1 Day of the Clipper
Songwriter – Steve Romanoff
3:18
B2 London Isn't Swinging Anymore
Songwriter – Robert Lynch
3:12
B3 The Lark in the Morning
Songwriter – Traditional
3:47
B4 Sonny's Dream
Songwriter – Ron Hynes
3:17
B5 Danny Farrell
Songwriter – Pete St. John
3:42
B6 Song for the Mira
Songwriter – Allister MacGillivray
4:39

Credits

  • Acoustic Guitar, Vocals, Co-producer – Fran Doyle
  • Calligraphy – Bob MacKenzie
  • Engineer – Chuck O'Hara
  • Photography – John Davis
  • Sleeve – Wanda Cummings
  • Twelve-String Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Bass, Fiddle, Mandolin, Mandocello, Producer – Dave MacIsaac

Notes

Manufactured by Reel Time Recorders, Site 84, Compartment 2, R.R. 1, Bedford, Nova Scotia, B4A 2W9.

From the liner notes:
"Fran Doyle the pride of Stillorgan, County Dublin, set off, like so many of his countrymen, for North America in search of good times, adventure, a lovely lady and millions of dollars. After a tempestuous Atlantic crossing, his heart foundered on a redhead near Point Pleasant Park in Halifax. That's when his good time and adventure really began. He is still working on the million dollars.

"Fran has entertained thousands of people throughout the Maritimes with his melodious folk songs and Dublin humor. Some of his performances have even taken place in pubs. On this album Fran demonstrates his considerable talents as a singer and guitarist. The listener is treated to a bouquet of songs from Atlantic Canada and Ireland - a perfect way to say "hello friend."