- Performer: LILT
- Title: For The Children
- Genre: Rock / World
- Cat #: ETCD 191
- Label: Alias Records
- Country: UK
- Date of release: 1990
- Style: Celtic, Folk Rock
- FLAC size 1804 mb
- MP3 size: 2063 mb
- Record From CD, Album
Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar – Ron KavanaBacking Vocals – Gary Rickard, Spider StaceyBass – Rod DemickDrums – Fran ByrneElectric Guitar – Mick Molloy Lead Vocals – Terry WoodsWritten-By – R. Kavana
Double Bass – Charlie HartDrums – Fran ByrneSaxophone – Frank MeadViolin, Viola – Joe O'DonnellVocals, Acoustic Guitar – Ron KavanaWritten-By – R. Kavana
|3||For The Children|
Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Synthesizer – Ron KavanaBass – Richie RobertsonDrums – Les MorganElectric Guitar – Mick Molloy Fiddle – Miriam KavanaLead Vocals – Mary Coughlan, Philip ChevronWritten-By – R. Kavana
|4||The Less Said|
Guitar, Whistle – Ron KavanaVoice [First Voice] – Patrick BerginVoice [Second Voice] – Phil GastonWritten-By – M. Hall, R. Kavana
5-String Banjo – Wendy DunnAccordion – Alan DunnAcoustic Guitar, Bouzouki – Ron KavanaBass – Rod DemickBodhrán – Hughie FlintCittern – Terry WoodsDrums – Fran Byrne, Kieran O'ConnorElectric Guitar – Mick Molloy Jew's Harp – Patricia CoffeyTap Dance [Step Dancing] – Marie ClerkinWhistle – Frank MeadWritten-By – R. Kavana
Bass – Richie RobertsonDrums – Les MorganFiddle – Miriam KellyRhythm Guitar – James Fearnley, Mick Molloy Vocals – Shane MacGowanVocals, Acoustic Guitar – Ron KavanaWritten-By – R. Kavana
|7||Child Of Ulster|
Acoustic Guitar – Ron KavanaAlto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone – Frank MeadConcertina – Terry WoodsDrums – Chico GreenwoodElectric Guitar – Mick Molloy Violin – Joe O'DonnellVocals, Bass – Rod DemickWritten-By – M. Molloy, R. Kavana
|8||Caoimneadh Roisin / Tre Ceathar, A Hocht|
Accordion – Alan DunnConcertina, Cittern – Terry WoodsCymbal – Chico GreenwoodFiddle – Joe O'DonnellFiddle [2nd Fiddle] – Mick Barker Flute, Tin Whistle – Frank MeadGuitar, Mandolin, Banjo, Bodhrán – Ron KavanaSlide Guitar – Ed DeaneUilleann Pipes – Tommy KeaneWritten-By – A. Dunn, R. Kavana
|ETMC 191||LILT|| For The Children (Cass, Album)||Alias Records ||ETMC 191||UK||1990|
|ETLP 191||LILT|| For The Children (LP)||Alias Records ||ETLP 191||UK||1990|
- Engineer – Colin Bainbridge, Martin Adam, Stephen Fitzmaurice
- Featuring – Alan Dunn, Charlie Hart, Chico Greenwood, Ed Deane, Fran Byrne, Frank Mead, Gary Rickard, Hughie Flint, James Fearnley, Joe O'Donnell, Kieran O'Connor, Les Morgan, Mary Coughlan, Mick Barker , Mick Molloy , Miriam Kelly, Mary Clerkin, Patricia Coffey, Patrick Bergin, Phil Gaston, Philip Chevron, Richie C. Robertson, Rod Demick, Ron Kavana, Shane MacGowan, Spider Stacey, Terry Woods, Tommy Keane, Wendy Dunn
- Mixed By – Dave Young, Ron Kavana
- Written-By, Arranged By, Producer – Ron Kavana
Recorded - Summer '86 at Etude Studio, London (Engineer - Colin Bainbridge) & March '88 at Firehouse Studio, London (Engineer - Martin Adam)
Mixed - Oct. '90 at Sarm East Studio, London by Ron Kavana & Dave Young (Engineer - Stephen Fitzmaurice)
Marketed and distributed by The Total Record Co. via BMG (UK) Ltd.
The London Irish Live Trust (L.I.L.T) is a voluntary group of London based artists, musicians, poets, actors etc. Lilt was formed in 1985 to work for peace in Northern Ireland.
All profits from sales of this album will be directly donated to the Belfast charitable trust for Integrated Education (B.E.L.T.I.E)
- Marketed By – The Total Record Company Ltd.
- Distributed By – The Total Record Company Ltd.
- Marketed By – BMG (UK) Ltd.
- Distributed By – BMG (UK) Ltd.
- Recorded At – Etude Studios, London
- Recorded At – Firehouse Studios, London
- Mixed At – Sarm East Studios
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