Long Way to Be Free (2009)

by Harry Bird and the Rubber Wellies

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Jon Stammers This is such a wonderful album. Harry's songwriting is superb. It's a real tour de force of a debut album. Great range and variety of songs, some silly, some heartbreakingly beautiful, some political, some soul-searching. The lyrics are simply brilliant and the whole thing has grown on me more and more since I first bought it 4 years ago. At first my fave track was Ban the Bomb. Then it was Jailhouse. Now much later it's Jon Lopez, which keeps on giving more. One of my absolute favourite albums. Favorite track: Jon Lopez.
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    First album of the travelling folksters. Comes in 4-sided Digipack with original artwork by Maria Blackwell.

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released December 15, 2009

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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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