45 RPM Vinyl Record
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180-gram 45 RPM double LP
The Waterboys 1990 album Room to Roam was the band's fifth album. It continued the folk-rock sound of 1988's Fisherman's Blues and was recorded at Spiddal House in Galway, where the last recording sessions from the preceding album, Fisherman's Blues, had been recorded.
Room to Roam would be the last of The Waterboys' Folk-rock sound until the release of Universal Hall in 2003. Fiddler Steve Wickham, who had been a large inspiration for the change to that sound for Fisherman's Blues, left the band shortly before Room to Roam was released.
This new vinyl has been produced to compliment The Magnificent Seven CD/DVD/Book box set. Mastered for Half-speed and cut by Miles Showell at Abbey Road Studios and made into a double album running at 45 RPM. The original artwork has been presented in a new 5mm wide spine sleeve, polyline inners and insert.
|1. In Search of a Rose (2008 Remaster)|
|2. Song from the End of the World (2008 Remaster)|
|3. A Man Is in Love / Kaliope House (2008 Remaster)|
|4. Bigger Picture (2008 Remaster)|
|5. Natural Bridge Blues (2008 Remaster)|
|6. Something That Is Gone (2008 Remaster)|
|7. The Star and the Sea (2008 Remaster)|
|8. A Life of Sundays (2008 Remaster)|
|1. Islandman (2008 Remaster)|
|2. The Raggle Taggle Gypsy (2008 Remaster)|
|3. How Long Will I Love You (2008 Remaster)|
|4. Upon the Wind and Waves (2008 Remaster)|
|5. Spring Comes to Spiddal (2008 Remaster)|
|6. The Trip to Broadford (2008 Remaster)|
|7. Further Up, Further on (2008 Remaster)|
|8. Room to Roam (2008 Remaster)|
|9. The Kings of Kerry (2008 Remaster)|