Neil McCarthy | Live in the Laden

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Live in the Laden

by Neil McCarthy

This album was recorded live in Verein 08 in Vienna's 8th District, in the presence of some brilliant people. It is an album of spoken word with some special guests playing guitars and singing - some new poems, some old favorites, and a pinch of magic.
Genre: Spoken Word: Poetry
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1. Intro
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2. No More Drink for Tom Thumb
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3. Bits of Me
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4. My Digital Bone
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5. Mermaids in the Liffey
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6. Hotel Corpus Christi
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7. North from Laguna Beach
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8. Down the Melancholy Hallway
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9. A Fire Escape in Brooklyn
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10. Bonus: Parliament Bridge
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Neil McCarthy is an Irish poet now living in Los Angeles. He has performed his poetry all over the world at festivals, literary events, embassies, universities and friends' kitchens in the wee hours. He has been described as witty and charming, sharp and poignant. He regularly performs with musicians, but isn't afraid to tackle the crowd on his own. His poetry has been published in numerous international journals, and it has also been translated into Hungarian, Serbian and Romanian.


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