Barleyjuice | Bonny Prince Barley

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Bonny Prince Barley

by Barleyjuice

Pogues meets Stones. 'Nuff said.
Genre: World: Celtic
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1. Drunkard's Ambassadors
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2. Swig
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3. Songs for Sinners
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4. Hard Life of Ivan MacRae
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5. Weekend Irish
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6. Nancy Whiskey
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7. Jo'rneyman's Song
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8. London Calling
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9. My Bonnie Lassie and Me
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10. Bleary-Eyed Beauty
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Album Notes
Our fourth album, all of it done at the Brewery, in and around the summer touring schedule of 07. Ever so slightly less drunken, but with much more earth and swagger. The boys, bein' together for a few years now, have developed a keen sense of steering clear of each others' gobwash whilst sloshing together as a whole. In gentlemen's terms, they do play nicely with each other. Cliff Hillis is back at the mix desk, God is in his Heaven, and all's right with the Juice in 2008.


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Randy Moorehead

Excellent! Especially Weekend Irish, and their cover of London Calling.

Chris Ball

More Juice less Barely
less energetic than the 1st and 3rd albums, but still better than the 2nd. Some good tracks on this, I hope they can keep it going till I can see them play live.