8 thoughts on “ Side By Side - The Whisky Priests - Think Positive! (CD, Album) ”

  1. Dile says:
    The album continues in top gear and in a highly positive vein, while reverting to a more traditional Whisky Priests 'folky' instrument arrangement, for the second track, which features some great melodic inter-play between the accordion, mandola and fiddle, in addition to some incredible vocal harmonies from the 'angelic-voiced twins', Hugh & Andy.
  2. Mooguzil says:
    The Whisky Priests were a UK based folk rock band formed in by twin brothers Gary Miller (Lead vocalist, songwriter and guitarist) and Glenn Miller (Accordion). Their debut release was the 7" single, The Colliery () and a string of critically acclaimed singles, EPs and albums and a live video recorded in Hamburg, Germany followed.
  3. Gugis says:
    The Whisky Priests (official). 1, likes · 21 talking about this. Official FB Page of The Whisky Priests (). The band reunited in and performed their 'Bloody Well Back!' Reunion Tour.
  4. Gardasar says:
    The Whisky Priests () was founded by twin brothers, Gary & Glenn Miller (“the Joe Strummer and Mick Jones of Folk Music”). The band was internationally renowned for its energetic live shows, released a number of critically acclaimed albums, toured extensively and developed a .
  5. Mikahn says:
    It was the beginning of the end for The Whisky Priests, however, and the band’s final studio recording was the track ‘Full Circle’ written specially for a various artists compilation CD in ('Full Circle' was finally released on the band's own Whippet Records label as an official Whisky Priests single in December - as a precursor.
  6. Kekus says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Bleeding Sketches on Discogs.
  7. Mulmaran says:
    Oct 17,  · 'Fly on the wall' footage of The Whisky Priests Recording Session for their 'Think Positive!' album at Watercolour Music, Lochaber, Scottish Highlands 15thth January (Part 1 of 6). CD.
  8. Duktilar says:
    Oct 11,  · The Whisky Priests - '"Here Come The Ranting Lads!" - Live!' Hamburg, Germany on 10th October , during the band's 'Think Positive!' .

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