A good question. The laughter is credited to Rose Mary and Megan Sluiter, so it must be something else.
Edit: I was wondering about the "Glendale Tab & Apple Choir" credited on My Hurling Days Are Done. It doesn't seem to exist, googling only lead to joke websites. Maybe another ‘Orchestrazia Ardwick’ or ‘Hated Salford Ensemble’?
Anybody have any idea about this, listed on BMI repertoire? http://repertoire.bmi.com/DetailView.aspx?detail=titleid&keyid=40656346&ShowNbr=0&ShowSeqNbr=0&blnWriter=True&blnPublisher=True&blnArtist=True&blnAltTitles=True A song called The Secret of Music, listing Morrissey as artist and...
Murtagh (aka Avon) & Spiro (partners) wrote this Eurovision song and somewhere in that track (will listen later) is enough of an element from it to require a credit.
Great ear-work indeed...however I can only hear 'On a wet day, dry day, great to be alive day'...then something else, but (& I've listened a few times) it doesn't sound like 'brother takes the stand' so maybe it's my ears not working. I'm not losing sleep on this issue btw.