Noel Redding & Friends

“Thank you, Goodnight & Gud Luck”

His Last Album released on Vinyl and CD.

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The Music Room

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Noel David Redding was born in Folkestone, Kent, England on Christmas day 1945.
For 5 years before he died on 11th May 2003… we spent many days and nights recording in
‘The Music Room’ at his home in Ardfield,
West Cork, also in Dublin and London culminating in this, his Last Album, which was mixed with Noel a year before he passed away. We decided to initially release it as a Limited Edition Vinyl Album… followed by a CD of the original album recorded over this period plus a good few outtakes, remixes and live performances

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500 Limited Edition Vinyl Album. Released soon.
€30 + P & P Worldwide €10.
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Noel Redding

You have to play and get great bonuses in free pokies games here. Don’t miss your chance to become more rich. Like an A and a B side of a record, there were two Noel guitar legends well, several… actually… Here’s two…

First chap is the whizzing here and whizzing there fellow, who made up a third of The Jimi Hendrix Experience. Go to our website and get book of ra magic free play. Hurry up to go and start winning. Dig, our seventies rock had come to audition as guitarist with Eric Burdon’s psychedelic band … The New Animals, and he has the curly hair so that’s

a plus and as long as he can play bass guitar alright…

well, he’s got the gig. Thus psychadelic rock became Experienced,

and played the bass better than alright, too, fuck yeah ! ….

Jimi, Noel and Mitch playing together was mainly magic…

For a while they became the biggest group in the world, but first off, psychadelic rock invites Jimi to his mum… Margaret’s place in Kent… that first Christmas in Britain for Jimi…

Jimi’s never seen an open fireplace before…

is digging it mega… chortles joyously…

”Let me stand next to your fire” and onwards…

The other Rock and Roll is the man from Clonakilty in Co Cork. He found this place away from the lunacy, the calming balm away from the music business crocodiles. In Clon celebrity

is acknowledged but never bowed to.

Oh, Clon folk were proud of Noel… delighted that he’d found his home there. More than that, they loved him.

You’d see him there on a drizzly street corner, his plastic bag in his hand, making his way to De Barras… and people would notice him but there was no fuss. Noel Redding was at home.

During these Irish years Noel continued to make music…

much of it unheard till now…

Noel Redding has already contributed greatly to the music of our lives. Here’s more….

Bless you, Noel, and thank you.

BP Fallon…. Dublin 2009

Noel Redding

Musicians & Friends

Noel Redding…Vocals, Bass, Alexander Vydelingum… Piano
Guitars, 12 string Guitar, Banjo, Snigger Jim O’Neill…Piano, Organ, Backing Vocals
Les Sampson…Drummer Colin Earl…Piano
Eric Bell…Guitars, Vocals Hansell Thurnheer…Button Accordian
Bill Shanley…Vocals, Guitar John Davies…Harmonica
Steve Housden…Guitars, E-Bow
Jeff Ward…Guitars, Slide Guitar,
Steve Pawsey… Bass, Percussion,
Sampling, Backing Vocals
Mandolin, Dobro, Drums, Percussion Dave May…Violin
Steve Belton…Guitars Deborah McNaughton…Backing Vocals
John Coghlan…Drums
Wayne Sheehy…Drums
Noel Jones…Backing Vocals
Scott Maher…Backing Vocals
Eric Bell,Noel Redding, Les Sampson & Dave Clarke

Noel would have wanted to say

“Thank you, Goodnight & Gud Luck” to Margaret, Jimi,

Fender Guitars, the people of Clonakilty and Ardfield
and the many places he played music in, and of course

his myriad friends.

Thanks also to
Nancy & Alex McNaughton,
Werner Seifert,
BP Fallon (,
Tom Lodge (Radio Caroline),

Produced, Recorded, Arranged and Mixed by

Steve Pawsey, Jeff Ward, Noel Redding.

Artwork & Web designed by

Steve Pawsey &

Album Cover Photo by Penny Marshall.

Other Photos from the bass guitarArchives.

Original Recordings & Production ©1999-2009

Joint Music,, Bluestone Recordings.

Clonakilty, West Cork, Ireland.

Except ‘Rain’ Steve Belton, Dublin 1999.