Tóg É Go Bog É CD
Year of Release:1997
Catalogue Number: KRCD005
Produced; Lance Hogan & The Kíla Council!
Recorded; Liffey Arts Research Centre,
Engineered; Sid Clarke, Lance Hogan,
Musicians; Dee Armstrong, Eoin Dillon, Colm Ó Snodaigh, Rónán Ó Snodaigh, Rossa Ó Snodaigh, Brian Hogan, Lance Hogan
Guest Musicians; Laurence O'Keefe, Breeda Mayock, Hugh O'Neill
- Gwerzy – 4.46
- Ón Taobh Tuathail Amach – 3.54
- Rusty Nails – 7.23
- Tóg é go Bog é – 4.41
- Jasmine – 6.52
- The Siege of Carrickfinn International Airport – 2.48
- Dusty Wine Bottle – 7.59
- Bí Ann – 1.23
- Leanfaidh Mé – 2.55
- Crann na bPinginí – 3.25
- Double Knuckle Shuffle – 3.41
- Ríl a Dó – 6.45
- Tip Toe - 5.35
'…immense..' Evening Press
'..audacious, adventurous Irish band blissfully unafraid to experiment.' Earle Hitchner, The Irish Echo
'Kíla are the Pogues meet Dave Mathews Band multiplied by the Incredible String Band meets Dirty Three, but not really. They'll blow your lid. Guaranteed.' Paige La Grone - Amazon.com
Video for Ón Taobh Tuathail Amach
Video for Gwerzy
Live video of Tóg é go Bog é from Vicar St 2002
- Tóg é go Bog é was recorded mostly in the Liffey Arts Research Centre which was set up by Eoin O'Toole to analyse and record the curious and mysterious relationship between the arts and science. It was set up in 1988 and closed down due to undue pressure from the local county council in 2005.
- Rusty Nails was on a Putomayo compilation called Dublin to Dakar. The compilers, however cut the track in half and only the first half of the track is on the album!
- 'Sid' Andrew Clarke, Carnross native and guitarist with seminal Kells reggae band, Slump, engineered the first sessions.
- The single taken from this album, Ón Taobh Tuathail Amach was an Irish Top Thirty chart hit! It was the first Irish language top thirty hit since Clannad's Harry's Game in 1985.
Previews of the tracks can be heard by following this link below.