Bricks and Feathers (2015)

by Harry Bird and the Rubber Wellies

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    Latest album from the travelling folksters! Recorded in Newcastle, Dublin and London and released on Hot Drop Records. Comes in 4-sided Digipack with original artwork by Maria Blackwell.

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released May 1, 2015

Donagh Malloy (trumpet on #2 and #10)
Bryan Quinn (trumpet on #2 and #10)
Heather St John (vocals on #2, #3, #9 & #10)
Harry Bird (vocals, acoustic guitar, harmonica, clarinet)
Will Rutter (acoustic guitar on #2, #3 & #6 and mandolin on #3 & #4)
Jamie Bird (banjo, vocals, ukulele, death knell)
Patrick Durkan (drums, percussion, vocals, mandolin)
Adam Sinclair (drums and vocals on #1 and percussion on #11)
Christophe Capewell (piano, fiddle, viola, ukulele, accordion, vocals)
Ian “Dodge” Paterson (double bass, vocals)

All songs written by Harry Bird (excepto Nire Maxuxta, de Amagoia Osinalde eta Harry Bird).
Arranged and produced by Harry Bird and the Rubber Wellies with Adam Sinclair.

Recorded in March and October 2014 in Ol' Grey's Ol' Gaff, Newcastle, by Adam Sinclair.
Additional recording in Dublin, Newcastle and London by Adam, Christophe, Harry and Will.

Mixed by Adam Sinclair in his studio in Newcastle.
Mastered by Kevin Metcalfe at The Soundmasters studio in London.

Front and back cover artwork by Maria Blackwell.
Line drawing by Kate Theodore.
Layout and design by Peru Isasi.

© and ℗ 2015 Hot Drop Records

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Harry Bird and the Rubber Wellies

Harry Bird and the Rubber Wellies are a travelling folk band, who over the last seven years have cheered audiences all over from Galway in Ireland to Gisborne in New Zealand. After the success of “Long Way to Be Free” (2009) and “The Bones on Black” (2012), their third studio album, “Bricks and Feathers”, was released in May 2015 with the help of the usual crew of far flung welly misfits. ... more

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