MIKE SCOTT / THE WATERBOYS
DUBLIN - NATIONAL LIBRARY
SUMMER WREATH FESTIVAL
JUNE 30 EIRE
VERY GOOD AUDIENCE RECORDING [MASTER]
Thanks VERY MUCH to the taper !
RECORDED BY BIG JIM.
with a VIVANCO EM216 MICROPHONE [mono].
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Mike Scott gave a reading from the poetry of WB Yeats at the National Library of Ireland, Kildare St, Dublin, on Tuesday 30th June at 7.30pm as part of the Summer’s Wreath festival celebrating the 70th anniversary of Yeats’ death. Steve Wickham and John Mc Culloch were on hand to play fiddle en keyboard; the three also gave a preview of some of the musicial arrangements of Yeats’ poems they are busy concocting for a special project that will be announced as "AN APPOINTMENT WITH MR YEATS" More details on: http://www.mikescottwaterboys.com/news.php
An excellent performance
001 Introduction by director Aongus O'Haonghusa
002 A Legend 
003 Her Triumph 
004 The Lady's First Song 
005 part of "The Green Helmet" 
006 In The Seven Woods 
007 part of The Shadowy Waters [1894-1905]
008 part of The Shadowy Waters - end [1894-1905]
009 Words from the Hen's Egg
010 To A Poet, Who Would Have Me Praise Certain Bad Poets, Imitators Of His And Mine 
011 A Coat 
012 Should H.G. Wells Afflict You 
013 VP,779 
014 Church And State 
015 line from "The Green Helmet"
016 The delphic Oracle Upon Plotinus
017 Poem from "The Splendid Years", recollections of Maire Nic Shiubhlaigh
018 The Master
019 Vacillation [IV] 
020 The Four Ages Of Man 
021 introduction Mike
022 September 1913
023 Sally Gardens
024 This Life... This Death
026 Audience / intro
027 [encore] Let The Earth Bear Witness
The Performence was about 70 minutes in total. Maybe a 100 people present. The concert was filmed by RTE (Irish national TV station).
MIKE SCOTT : GUITAR & VOCALS
STEVE WICKHAM : FIDDLE
JOHN MC CULLOCH : KEYBOARDS