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9 thoughts on “ The Chieftains - The Chieftains (1) (CD, Album)

  1. ‘The Chieftains 5’ saw a huge change for The Chieftains, the band members having quit their permanent jobs to become full time musicians. The band, their work being distributed by major labels outside Ireland, now had to make it on a global basis, and this album had to consolidate their careers and prove that The Chieftains were not just a live band.
  2. It was also The Chieftains’ first full blown collaboration album. Although there were worries about working with a major rock star, the recording was a success, introducing elements of Van’s unique soul and jazz style singing to traditional songs and music.
  3. Chieftains leader Paddy Moloney insightfully shows us the parallels between Chinese and Irish forms and makes the fusion sound completely organic and natural. ~ Alex Henderson; Producer: Paddy Moloney. Format: CD (1 Disc); Stereo. Country: USA. Studio/Live: Live. Release Date: 1 August, Label: Claddagh RecordsPrice: $
  4. Make offer - The Best of The Chieftains CD album,free postage uk. The Chieftains The Wide World Over CD. £ + £ postage. Make offer - The Chieftains The Wide World Over CD. The Chieftains - Bells Of Dublin. CD. Marianne Faithfull, Elvis Costello Duets. £ + £ postage.
  5. This is the real stuff, the very best of the group's early albums and the best representation of the Chieftains' original sound. If anything, the group is more confident the second time out, and the material, consisting of traditional airs, jigs, and polkas, is stronger than on the first album.
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  7. Find album release information for Chieftains 6: Bonaparte's Retreat - The Chieftains on AllMusic.
  8. The Chieftains, an Album by The Chieftains. Released in on Claddagh (catalog no. CC2; Vinyl LP). Genres: Irish Folk Music.

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