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Christy Moore - Whatever Tickles Your Fancy flac
Performer: Christy Moore
Title: Whatever Tickles Your Fancy
Label: Polydor
Country: Ireland
Released: 1975
Style: Folk Rock, Folk
Cat: 3170 237
Rating: 4.3/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1521 mb | MP3 size: 2773 mb | WMA size: 2252 mb
Genre: Rock / Country
Tracklist

1January Man
Written-By – Dave Goulder
4:15
2The Ballad Of Timothy Evans
Written-By – Ewan McColl, Peggy Seeger
3:23
3The Moving-On-Song (Go! Move! Shift!)
Written-By – Ewan McColl
3:05
4Home By Bearna
Arranged By – Christy MooreWritten-By – Trad.
2:10
5Van Diemens Land
Arranged By – Christy Moore, Donal LunnyWritten-By – Trad.
8:37
6Tippin It Up To Nancy
Arranged By – Christy MooreWritten-By – Trad.
2:35
7What Put The Blood
Arranged By – Christy MooreWritten-By – Trad.
4:58
8One Last Cold Kiss
Written-By – Pappalardi, Collins
9Trip To Roscoff
Written-By – Christy Moore
10Bunch Of Thyme
Arranged By – Christy MooreWritten-By – Trad.
3:24

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
2383 344Christy Moore Whatever Tickles Your Fancy ‎(LP, Album)Polydor2383 344Ireland1975
2383 344Christy Moore Whatever Tickles Your Fancy ‎(LP, Album)Polydor2383 344UK1975
2383 344Christy Moore Whatever Tickles Your Fancy ‎(LP)Polydor2383 344Ireland1975

Credits

  • Bass, GuitarDeclan McNelis
  • Design [Sleeve Design]Christy Moore
  • DrumsRobbie Brennan
  • Electric Guitar, Acoustic GuitarJimmy Faulkner
  • EngineerPat Morley
  • FiddleKevin Burke
  • Guitar, Bouzouki, Bodhrán, Synthesizer [Moog], VocalsDonal Lunny
  • Photography ByTom Collins
  • ProducerDonal Lunny
  • Vocals, GuitarChristy Moore

Notes

Greyish tape sticker with red Polydor labels, Made in Ireland

Video

Album

Whatever Tickles Your Fancy, Christy Moore's third album was his first after his first departure from Planxty, in the mid-'70s. Perhaps feeling a bit as if he should try to please all folk factions, the LP was divided into an acoustic side Tippin' It Up to Nancy, in fact, features nothing but his voice and bodhran and an electric one. Rearrangements of traditional material dominated the song list, although it also included a couple of Ewan MacColl tunes and, most surprisingly, a cover of Mountain's One Last Cold Kiss. Whatever Tickles Your Fancy is the third solo album by Irish folk musician Christy Moore, released in 1975. Since his last album Prosperous in 1972, Christy had recorded three albums with Planxty. Through playing with Jimmy Faulkner, Declan McNelis, and later Kevin Burke, they soon started to form the basis for an album recording. The album was recorded in Ashling Studios in Rathgar. Trip To Roscoff. Written-By Christy Moore. Van Diemens Land. Arranged By Christy Moore, Donal Lunny Written-By Trad. Bass, Guitar Declan McNelis. Design Christy Moore. Drums Robbie Brennan. Whatever Tickles Your Fancy LP, Album. 이 버전 판매. Christy Moore. Listen free to Christy Moore Whatever Tickles Your Fancy By Barna, January Man and more. 10 tracks . Listen to Whatever Tickles Your Fancy on YouTube. Loading content from YouTube. Whatever Tickles Your Fancy track list. No tracks have been rated on this album yet. Sort by. Track Number. Your feedback for Whatever Tickles Your Fancy. Whatever Tickles Your Fancy. Whatever career Id developed in Britain in the late sixties meant nothing in Ireland in 1974. I had to start almost from scratch. I floundered for a while seeking work and direction. Features Song Lyrics for Christy Moore's Whatever Tickles Your Fancy album. Christy Moore - Whatever Tickles Your Fancy Album. Artist: Christy Moore. Album: Whatever Tickles Your Fancy. I had the album 'Whatever Tickles Your Fancy' a long time ago on vinyl. Recently I had an interest to hear the track 'What Put The Blood' again so I ended up buying this 'double' cd. Whatever Tickles Your Fancy' has stood the test of time. Apart from 'What Put The Blood' most of the rest of the tracks are classic 'Moore' including the inspired version of 'One Last Cold Kiss', a classic from US rockers Mountain, performed as only Christy can. The second disc, the eponymous Christy Moore is the best album of modern Irish folk songs I've ever heard. It's simply perfect. CHRISTY MOORE Whatever Tickles Your Fancy 1975 Irish 10-track LP, picture sleeve. The sleeve shows few signs of age with minimal wear or edge scuffing & the vinyl looks unplayed - a great copy. Released 1975. Whatever Tickles Your Fancy Tracklist. January Man Lyrics. Whatever Tickles Your Fancy Q&A. More Christy Moore albums. Where I Come From. Folk Tale. Show all albums by Christy Moore