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  • CD (13 mars 2000)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Rca Victor
  • ASIN : B00004L8AZ
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette  |  Téléchargement MP3
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1. Disque 1 piste 1
2. Lots of drops of brandy
3. Bean an fhir rua (the red haired man's wife)
4. Jack of all trades
5. Within a mile of dublin/the old blackthorn
6. The dusty miller
7. The lovely sweet banks of the moy
8. An poc ar buile (the mad puck goat)
9. The dingle set
10. Planxty george brabazon
11. The donegal set
12. The may morning dew
13. The kilfenora set
14. An buinnean bui (the yellow bittern)/the county tyrone/newry hornpipe
15. Ballyfin polkas
16. Casadh an tsugain (twisting of the rope)
17. Live from matt molloy's pub
18. An gaoth aneas (the wind from the south)

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Par eric guillome le 24 octobre 2010
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Le jeu des chieftains dans toute sa splendeur. Jeu qui se retrouve sur le dvd éponyme.
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Worth the Wait! 21 mars 2000
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Like many of the other reviewers, I have been waiting for quite awhile for the Chieftains to come out with another album that is all traditional Irish music. I first saw them in concert around 1990 and fell in love with the traditional music of my ancestors. Paddy Moloney and the guys have been groundbreaking and innovative, but I longed for them to get back to their roots. Well, this is it, and the Chieftains have never sounded better! Sixty two minutes and 58 seconds of pure traditional Irish music with a wide range of tempos and moods. Instrumentals intermingled with vocal tracks ranging from frolicking tunes to the melancholy songs of old Ireland. Kevin Conneff is in fine voice and the track that is *live* from Matt Molloy's pub will have your toes tapping! Well worth the wait!
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Back to Basics 29 février 2000
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The Chieftains have returned to traditional Irish music and I couldn't be happier. This may already be my favorite Chieftains disc. When I played it last night on the CD player in the living room, my five year old daughter jumped to her feet and started dancing energetically all about the room. If you like Irish music, this is a must-have.
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Still trad after all these years 15 mars 2000
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Format: CD
The Chieftains' recent ventures into the untraditional have been a mixed bag at best, so I was pleased to note that on this CD they've returned to their roots. The selections are, in general, beautifully performed (although I think Altan sounds a little rough around the edges); their collaborators (even the unpredictable Ashley Mac Isaac) give straightforward but passionate renditions of the tunes; Kevin Conneff is in fine voice; and the CD as a whole has a nice balance between serious-and-sentimental and wild-and-crazy. This would make a terrific St. Patrick's Day present for anyone who's Irish -- or wishes they were! (We Irish don't have a superiority complex; we really ARE superior -- heh!)
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Excellent Irish Folk Music 26 janvier 2005
Par Lonnie E. Holder - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Irish folk music sounds like you would expect it to sound; lots of pipes and fiddles and a distinctly Irish sound. However, just because you may think you know what Irish music sounds like because you have heard it on a sound track means little until you spin this CD.

The CD takes you right into an Irish jig with "Lots of Drops of Brandy," an enthusiastically played instrumental. Rather than fancy production in a studio, the group sounds as though it were sitting in a barn or a bar, playing for a crowd of people. This music is played as music has long been, without electronic trickery and lots of well-honed skill. The second track, "Bean An Fhir Rua," is another lovely instrumental featuring a harpsichord, a flute and Uilleann pipes, I think. This new-age sounding music may make some reconsider what they think Irish music may be.

"Jack of All Trades" is the first vocal on this CD. This short song sounds like a traditional Irish pub song. After this song is yet another instrumental, "Within a Mile of Dublin/The Old Blackthorn." This instrumental is predominantly fiddles, a banjo and flute; a spare folk tune that one might have heard at a local shop in days gone by. "The Dusty Miller" is a longer instrumental in a similar vein to the previous one, this time without the banjo. The flute intro on this selection leads to a fiddle solo followed by the Uilleann pipes. The instrumental increases in tempo and complexity after the first instruments take their turn. I like the flute in this traditional instrumental as it reminds me a lot of some of the style of Ray Thomas of the Moody Blues.

"The Lovely Sweet Banks of the Moy" is haunting, led by a flute. You can imagine the flautist sitting on the banks of a river, and then Kevin Conneff's vocals start, clear and simple. At the end of the vocals fiddles take over leading into harp and flute, a lovely faerie song for a bright summer day under the trees that can bring a tear to your eye.

The next song, "An Poc Ar Buile," is in contrast as it features more powerful vocals by guest vocalists. Portions of the song were recorded live and the recording fits well with the song's style, which again is another pub song. "The Dingle Set" is an instrumental with a fast pace that fits with the power of the previous song. This instrumental also features several guest instruments, including an accordion, concertina, banjo and fiddle.

The following instrumental, "Planxty George Brabazon," is light, quick and airy with support from Janet Harbison and the Belfast Harp Orchestra. The pace remains quick with "The Donegal Set," which again adds a number of guest instruments.

"The Morning May Dew" is another song with a mellow, contemplative theme. You can imagine the singer sitting in the early morning in a glade with tall grass, surrounded by woods, singing a song of pasts remembered and days gone by to the early morning sun. The pace then quickens to break the somber mood with the fast-paced instrumental "The Kilfenora Set." The rousing fiddles of this instrumental make you want to get up and move around, perhaps even dance a little dance. The fast-pace of the "The Kilfenora Set" changes quickly in the next instrumental, "An Buinnean Bui/The County Tyrone/Newry Hornpipe." This instrumental starts slowly by relying on a very slow harp, later joined by mellow fiddles. Near the end of this selection the pace picks up substantially, led particularly by a flute.

"Ballyfin Polkas" kicks the pace up a notch. You can hear the sound of dancing and occasional calls that indicate the live nature of some of this wonderful instrumental. This instrumental leads to one of the most interesting songs on this CD, "Casadh An tSugain." Even knowing that this song is based in Irish folk music, there are elements that sound as though there could be an Asian influence, perhaps showing that sometimes the development of music is based on the types of instruments available rather than a stylistic preference.

"Live from Matt Molloy's Pub" is just what is sounds like, a fast-paced, fun pub instrumental that was recorded live at the pub.

The CD ends with "An Gaoth Aneas," yet another haunting instrumental that has a new age flavor to it. Of course, new age is just another name for a type of music that has strong folk influence, and Irish music is one of those influences.

Irish music is like a lot of other genre music; you will either enjoy it, or you will dislike it. However, the skill of the musicians in this acoustic music is outstanding and this music has much to commend it to a discerning listener. You will find the roots of many styles of music in these Irish tunes, and for those with eclectic tastes, you will find these tunes to be an enjoyable addition to your music collection. For those who know they like the best music the world has to offer.
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Not a pop star in sight, and it sounds refreshing 5 décembre 2003
Par Hutch - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I bought LONG BLACK VEIL and assumed that this cd would have the standard fare of big shots singing with TC, but I was wrong.
And talk about a throwback in music time, the cheiftains really go hog wild on the old school irish music. Very wonderfully done. The sounds are very good and the song picks are great.
This is a great CD to put in during the holiday season, because irish music sounds so darn good during this time of the year. I hope everyone has this cd during xmas.
5 outta 5
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