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Merry Merry Time of Year

Merry Merry Time of Year

5.0 2
by The Irish Rovers

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Detroit Public Tv

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Irish Rovers   Primary Artist
Gerry O'Connor   Fiddle,Guest Appearance
Wilcil McDowell   Accordion,Group Member
George Millar   Guitar,Vocals,Group Member
Rick Salt   Hawaiian Guitar,Guest Appearance
Sean O'Driscoll   Banjo,Bouzouki,Mandolin,Group Member
John Reynolds   Harmonica,Vocals,Group Member
Patrick Davey   Flute,uillean pipes,Guest Appearance
Fred Graham   Drums,Bells,Bodhran,Group Member
Ian Millar   Bass Guitar,Vocals,Group Member
Morris Crumb   Keyboards,Guest Appearance
Billy Antrim   Drums,Spoons,Guest Appearance
Patrick Davey   Flute,uillean pipes,Guest Appearance

Technical Credits

Gene Autry   Composer
Tom Paxton   Composer
Dan Fogelberg   Composer
Bill Fredericks   Composer
J. Marks   Composer
Tommy Sands   Composer
Wilcil McDowell   Arranger,Adaptation
George Millar   Arranger,Composer,Producer,Liner Notes,Adaptation
L. Anderson   Composer
Traditional   Composer
Rick Salt   Engineer
Oakley Haldeman   Composer
Hal Moore   Composer
Bill Fredericks   Composer
Patrick Davey   Whistle
Weldon   Composer
R.A. Anderson   Composer
Hamish Douglas Burgess   Images,Cover Art
Amy Millar   Layout
Patrick Davey   Whistle

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Merry Merry Time of Year 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Culver More than 1 year ago
A new CD “Merry, Merry Time of Year” by the Irish Rovers it has 15 of the most delightful Christmas Songs to cheer the heart of the whole Dickens Clan, Scrooge and all. Listen and you will find some of your old favorites, but also about ½ are new songs written by George Miller of the Irish Rovers – songs like “Christmas Morning, “ Merry, Merry Time of Year” and one of my favorites “ Have you Heard”. As well as some of the older favorites like the “The Marvelous Toy”, Christmas in Killarney”, “Christ the King”. And one more, the never to be forgotten must listen “Must Be Santa”, This is a got to have CD. And it really will make your season Brighter …whenever you play it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love it - got these reviews online: TELEGRAPH JOURNAL, Gerry Kelly: Merry Merry Time of Year...the songs on it fit that title to a T. Songs such as Must Be Santa, Christmas At The Ale House, Three Jolly Rogues, Christmas In Killarney, That Marvellous Toy and many more Irish, high-energy tunes with lyrics that quicken the blood and make you feel life's really worth living... CELTIC RADIO: The Irish Rovers "Merry Merry Time of Year" captures the spirit and magic of Christmas in 15 of the most delightful Christmas melodies to grace this holiday season. Old Fizziwig himself would approve of these lively Christmas tunes for any Christmas eve party. ...The song that put the biggest smile on our face was Must Be Santa - definitely a classic that could become as popular as The Irish Rover's 1980's hit "Grandma Got Run over by a Reindeer". 5 Stars from Celtic Radio! THE GAELIC HOUR, CHIN 97.9 Ottawa: Like the famous Bushmills Irish Whiskey, The Irish Rovers continue to improve with age. The new Christmas CD, Merry Merry Time of The Year contains a selection of Christmas songs that make you want to sit, with your feet up, in front of a blazing fire and reminisce.