Evening Comes Early

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All Music Guide - Charlotte Dillon
Evening Comes Early is the debut solo recording of gifted Irish folk guitarist, songwriter, and singer John Doyle, known from his time as a member of the popular Celtic group Solas. Doyle tested his musical wings long before Solas, though. Musical talent runs in his family, so he got an early introduction to performing. By the time he was in his teens he was a member of his first group. The tunes on this album follow the normal folk path of storytelling, everyday life, and trying to right wrongs. Along with his Irish folk, Doyle mixes in a little American and British folk as well, making the sound appeal to an even larger audience. One of the artists who helped out on ...
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All Music Guide - Charlotte Dillon
Evening Comes Early is the debut solo recording of gifted Irish folk guitarist, songwriter, and singer John Doyle, known from his time as a member of the popular Celtic group Solas. Doyle tested his musical wings long before Solas, though. Musical talent runs in his family, so he got an early introduction to performing. By the time he was in his teens he was a member of his first group. The tunes on this album follow the normal folk path of storytelling, everyday life, and trying to right wrongs. Along with his Irish folk, Doyle mixes in a little American and British folk as well, making the sound appeal to an even larger audience. One of the artists who helped out on this album was John Doyle's father, singer Sean Doyle. Some of the 14 tracks on this offering are "The Dark Slender Boy," "My Parents Reared Me Tenderly," "Crooked Jack," "The Morning Dew and the Morning Star," and "Willie Riley."
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/12/2001
  • Label: Shanachie
  • UPC: 016351784520
  • Catalog Number: 78045
  • Sales rank: 154,960

Album Credits

Performance Credits
John Doyle Primary Artist, Bouzouki, Guitar, Vocals, Hi String, Vocal Harmony
Liz Carroll Fiddle
Mick Moloney Vocal Harmony
Michael Aharon Bass, Percussion, Piano, Cello, Keyboards, Hammond Organ
John Anthony Percussion, Bodhran
Karan Casey Vocals
Beverly Smith Vocal Harmony
John Williams [accordion] Concertina, Low Whistle
Richie Stearns Claw Hammer Banjo, Vocal Harmony
Liz Knowles Fiddle
Technical Credits
Liz Carroll Arranger
Mick Moloney Liner Notes
Michael Aharon Arranger, Producer
John Anthony Arranger, Producer, Engineer
John Baker Mastering
Karan Casey Arranger
John Doyle Arranger, Producer
Dan Fitzgerald Engineer
Craig Williams Engineer
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