spelled as on label; different labels than Paul Brady - Welcome Here Kind Stranger.
It would be nice to get the whole package as a CD. There aren’t any contact details on the site, so it’s impossible to get any information. A certain Dave Bulmer of Celtic Music Records acquired the rights to ‘Welcome Here Kind Stranger’ (amongst others, including The Bothy Band’s first album) and it was he who released a CD version of the album.
Welcome Here Kind Stranger is a 1978 album by Paul Brady. After leaving The Johnstons, Paul Brady toured with Planxty, but never recorded with them, although he went on to record a duo album with Andy Irvine in 1976. 1 Welcome Here Kind Stranger. Personnel The songs on Welcome Here Kind Stranger are highly arranged – instruments are heard then disappear as they are replaced by others. Two of the songs on the album are long ballads – "I Am A Youth That's Inclined To Ramble" and "The Lakes of Pontchartrain".
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Stranger to Stranger is arguably the best album of Paul Simon's uneven post-Graceland solo career. His reliably melodic songwriting is buoyed by his most adventurous arrangements in years. Here, things feel less reassuring, more open-ended. Simon has always been subject to criticism for a certain kind of exceptionalism. Two of his biggest songs, I Am a Rock and Sounds of Silence, deal with characters who wear their alienation like badges, dark lords of their own personal libraries left with no choice but to turn their faces heroically away from the sheeple who surround them.
A great performance here, by Paul Brady. There are not many versions of this song. I'd imagine that it must be a song, from his own part of Ireland. ownkid the second half of the song (. 0+) is on Paul Bradys album Welcome Here Kind Stranger and is titiled Out the Door and Over the Wall i think. not sure about the first half. ownkid Just a few live video performances as far as I know.
The Stranger is the fifth studio album by American singer Billy Joel, released in September 1977 by Columbia Records. It was the first of Joel's albums to be produced by Phil Ramone, with whom he would go on to work for all of his albums up until his 1986 album The Bridge. The Stranger was released a year following Joel's previous studio effort, Turnstiles, which had sold modestly and peaked low on the US charts, prompting Columbia to consider dropping Joel if his next release did not sell well.
Like its predecessor, the Silver Bullet Band backed Seger on about half of the songs and the Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section backed Seger on the other half.