Lindisfarne - Here Comes the Neighbourhood

Here Comes the Neighbourhood (1998)


  1. Born at the Right Time (Mitchell)
  2. Ghost in Blue Suede Shoes (Clements / Stonier)
  3. Jubilee Corner (Clements)
  4. Can't Co Right For Doing Wrong (Clements / Stonier)
  5. Working My Way Back Home (Clements / Barrett / Stonier)
  6. Wejibileng (Clements / Denholm / Stonier)
  7. Unmarked Car (Clements / Denholm / Stonier)
  8. Devil of the North (Clements / Stonier)
  9. Uncle Henry (Denholm)
  10. One Day (Clements / Denholm / Stonier)
  11. Driftin' Through (Craggs)


  • Rod Clements: Dobro, electric slide and acoustic guitars, mandolin and fiddle
  • Marty Craggs: Lead vocal on tracks 5 & 11, backing vocals, whistle, accordion, harmonica, flute and percussion
  • Dave Denholm: Lead vocal on track 7, backing vocals, electric 12 string,
    hi-string and acoustic guitars, pian on 'Wejibileng'
  • Ray Laidlaw: Drums and percussion
  • Billy Mitchell: Lead vocals, backing vocals, acoustic 6 string guitar, mandolin, banjo, Roland Pro-E arranger
  • Ian Thomson: Backing vocals, upright and electric bass, jaw-harp

Assisted by

  • Scott J Mitchell: Piano on "Ghost In Blue Suede Shoes"


Sleeve Painting: Dave Denholm

Photography: Ian Thomson

Design: Dave Denholm and Ian Thomson

Layout: Gwen Jones at Riverline

Produced by Sid Griffin

Engineered by Nick Turner

Mixed by Sid Griffin and Nick Turner

Mastered by Dennis Blackham at Country Masters

Recorded and mixed at Watercolour Music, Ardgour, Scotland during Spring and Summer 1998

Lindisfarne would like to thank:

Sid; Nick and Julie Turner; Woody and Sparks; Brian Davison; Gary Peters; John & Steve at Headway Electronics for acoustic pick-ups; Richard and Kate at the Magnesia Bank; Roger Bucknall at Fylde Guitars; Starfish Design for the electric fiddle and upright bass; all at Colin Thompson Photography; Richard Prentice; Cameron McLeod; Gary and Louise; Steve Weltman; Scott J Mitchell for the oat cuisine; Gary and Mathew at Mordue Brewery, all at the Ardgour Stores Tea Rooms.

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