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The Well Below the Valley (album)

The Well Below the Valley
Planxty
Released 1973
Recorded 1973
Genre Irish folk music
Length 43:13
Label Polydor Records
Shanachie Records
Producer Phil Coulter
Planxty chronology

Planxty
(1973)
The Well Below the Valley
(1973)
Cold Blow and the Rainy Night
(1974)
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Allmusic 4.5/5 stars [1]

The Well Below the Valley is the second album by the Irish folk group Planxty. It was released in 1973 and takes its title from the sixth song on the album, "The Well Below the Valley".

Track listing

  1. "Cúnla"
  2. "Pat Reilly"
  3. "The Kid on the Mountain"/"An Phis Fhliuch" (slip jigs)
  4. "As I Roved Out" (Andy Irvine)
  5. "The Dogs Among the Bushes"/"Jenny's Wedding" (reels)
  6. "The Well Below the Valley"
  7. "Hewlett"
  8. "Bean Pháidin"
  9. "The Fisherman's Lilt"/"Cronin's Hornpipe" (hornpipes)
  10. "As I Roved Out" (Christy Moore)
  11. "Humours of Baliloughlin"
  12. "Time Will Cure Me"

Personnel

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