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Live from the Powerhouse

by Mozaik

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Mozaik had a very short time, from their inception and arrival in Australia to their first gig in a pub in Melbourne, to get a show together. It was fortunate that the pub gig was a warm up for Port Fairy Festival because we were very unrehearsed at that first gig! I can remember waiting to go on and feeling absolutely terrified!

We played Irish, American Old Time and Balkan music.

The tour lasted about a month and towards the end of it, when we were a little bit more relaxed with the material, somebody - maybe the soundman, Joe Ferguson - suggested that we should record the two concerts we were playing in Brisbane at the Powerhouse. How happy we are that we did!!

I will never forget this tour. We were a new band - I was the only person who knew everybody. Driving around Australia playing some brilliant music. It was a dream come true!!


released January 1, 2004

Produced by Dónal Lunny

Andy Irvine : vocals, bouzouki, mandola, harmonica
Dónal Lunny : backing vocals, bouzouki, guitar, bodhrán
Bruce Molsky : vocals, fiddle, 5-string banjo
Nikola Parov : gadulka, gaida, kaval, tin whistle, clarinet, guitar, kalimba
Rens van der Zalm : backing vocals, fiddle, mandolin, guitar

Recorded live by Joe Ferguson over two shows at The Powerhouse, Brisbane, Australia, 30/31 March 2002.


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Andy Irvine

Irish singer-songwriter and traditional musician. He plays bouzouki, mandola, mandolin, hurdy-gurdy, harmonica and sometimes guitar.

Sweeney's Men, Planxty, Andy Irvine & Paul Brady, Patrick Street, Mozaik, LAPD, Usher's Island and more.
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