In the Back Streets of Paradise Download

In the Back Streets of Paradise Download


This is a Downloadable product.
Upon purchasing you will be prompted to download a zip file containing the track artwork and MP3 files included in this album. These are DRM free tracks, however once purchased they can only be downloaded from the Alistair Hulett Store a maximum of five times, and you must download within 14 days, so ensure you backup your purchases once downloaded.

Album Information: Includes all tracks listed below, 57.7 MB size, 44100 Hz sample rate, MP3 format.
Artwork Information: 500 x 500 pixels.

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Featuring Alistair Hulett (vocals, guitar), Jimmy Gregory (bouzouki, guitars, tin whistle), John Deery (Uilleann Pipes), Phil Murray (accordion), Janek Bagoien (violin, harmonica), Anthony Ryan (bass), Brian O’Kelly (bodhran) and Rod Gilchrist (snare drum).

In the Back Streets of Paradise was produced by Craig Beck, Jimmy Gregory and Alistair Hulett, it was recorded and mixed by Craig Beck at Power House Studios, Sydney in 1994.

Track 4, ‘John McLean’s March’ as sung by June Tabor

Track 7, ‘Almost Unintentional’ as sung by Alistair Hulett

Track Listing:

  1. New Age of the Fist
  2. Everyone I Know
  3. Militant Red
  4. She’s Got No Conscience
  5. John McLean’s March
  6. Good Morning Bouganville
  7. Victor Jara of Chili
  8. Almost Unintentional
  9. Out in the Danger Zone
  10. Kick It Over


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