A distinguishing feature of the group is the lovely harmony singing of all four members on interesting arrangements of voices, two guitars and an electric clavinet. This is a lovely, gentle album with good liner notes. Angela 4. The sisters learned most of these songs from their father Hiudai and their aunt Neili, who were well-known singers in their native Donegal.
And when the two sisters join together in harmony, a sound that Maighread describes as a "miraculous collision," you can hear all the joys and sorrows of family life in their voices. In keeping with the family-gathering feeling of the songs, Maighread and Triona invited their brother Micheal , a respected musician in his own right, to back them on guitar, and their distant cousin Donal Lunny to produce the CD and play bouzouki.
The Spanish Lady 2. Liostail me le Sairsint 3. Donall Og 4. The Banks of Claudy 5. Bruach na Carraige Baine 6. Nl se ina la 7. Meilte Cheann Dubhrann 8. Ar a ghabhail chun an chuain dom 9. Foirean an Bhaid Faotin Pill, pill, a ruin Tidy Ann. On this recording she recites eight of her own poems and sings eight songs. Dan 2. Impi 4. Uileacain Duibh O 5. Amhran Gra Vietnam 6.
An Bonnan Bui 7. Aimhreidh 8. Mo Dhaimh Currachai Na Tra Baine Liobar A Dhe Liam O' Raghallaigh Na Blatha An tSailchuach. Una Bhan 3. An Mullach Mor 5. A Stor, a Stor, a Ghra 8.
Smaointe 9. Trua Ghear Mo Ghile Mear Seachran Chairn tSiail Caoineadh na dTri Muire. The album spawned various television and radio appearances for her in Ireland and in Britain.
Mo Ghile Mear. Nead Na Lachan 6. An Leanbh Nua 7. Bog Braon Turas Go Gaillimh An bhean chaointe The keening woman Irish Gaelic is the language of southeast Ulster, and the gentle but strong voice of Padraigin Ni Uallachain re-awakens the traditional songs of the area.
Padraigin is best known as a singer of traditional songs, but here she sings a collection of songs she has written herself along with 2 instrumental tracks. Brian Dunning on Flute and Iarla 0 Lionaird on vocals amongst others join her. Cuimhne Chuailgne 4. Spiorad Saor 7. Cruit dhubhrois 9. Gleanna na ndeor. Traditional Irish religious song including medieval numerical carols, amhran, ballad, lament and plainchant. Featuring The Monks of Glenstal Abbey.
Musical director Micheal O Suilleabhain. The album ,being devoted in its entirety to the williamite wars of to Listen to on spotify. Unique album from a talented family group of irish traditional musicians. Na casaidigh the cassidys : oidreact; na casaidigh; fead an iolair; the cassidys — live! Feilimi's little boat went to Gola, Feilimi's little boat and Feilimi in it, Feilimi's little boat went to Gola, Feilimi's little boat and Feilimi in it. Chorus A tiny little boat, a lively little boat, A buoyant little boat, Feilimi's little boat, A straight little boat, a willing little boat, Feilimi's little boat and Feilimi in it.
Published by Creative Concepts HL. Published by Elizabeth Sutherland S0. Softcover with CD. Arranged by Thomas Quigley. Celtic, St. Patrick's Day, Recital. Published by Thomas Quigley S0. Folk, Pop. Arranged by Casey Rule. Folk, Celtic, St. Handy award winning album 'The Robert Johnson Songbook'. Green's first original material since the early eighties was presented on 'Destiny Road', produced by Pete Brown Cream lyricist.
In , Peter Green released the second instalment of the Robert Johnson songbook 'Hotfoot Powder' boasting guest appearances from Buddy Guy, Otis Rush, Dr John, Hubert Sumlin, Joe Louis Walker and Honeyboy Edwards The 15 tracks on Disc 2 comprising the best material from the five Splinter Group albums provide the perfect re-introduction to the man who has inspired a generation of guitarists and blues lovers alike. Basing his band on the power-trio blueprint that had proved so successful for the likes of Cream and the Jimi Hendrix Experience, he soon found himself outselling Procol by a considerable factor as he tuned in to the heavier zeitgeist of a new decade.
Is there anything better than a catchy three minute pop song where the bears attack and the high street breasts get bigger? Rob Gregory has been recording music in one way or another since he was 13 years old. Under various guises his project hopping has landed him safely as songwriter and front-man of his irresistible incarnation — the British Public.
The British Public had no real birth place or starting point. A demo largely made up of random songs was recorded in a church in Fremantle, Western Australia, in January The latest addition to the small, but perfectly formed, music community in Cambridge alongside bands including friends - the now sadly defunct — the Broken Family Band.
Based around the artistic commune, all-night music and creativity brings together the cities finest mind expanding musicians — an atmosphere that spawned this alt-rock beast. With inspired illustration from up-and-coming artist Russell Taysom www. So far so Australasian Kings of Leon, right? Cat is on wonderfully wonky form here with his extended Villalobos inspired mix. Paula Steel's finished with the past, now the exorcism begins. Virtually every one of the 44 tracks on this great set was a chart record either in America or the UK, often both!
In — it says here — the tapes were rediscovered and Lennon, Harrison, Starr and Shears decided to release the album as a tribute to their dead bass player. And if you believe that… The thing was that the Klaatu project was anonymous, with no names on the sleeve or the record, so there were many theories about who it was.
The fact that it was a record company hype, designed to produce maximum publicity for an unknown act, only became clear later. Another thing which apparently made many American Beatles fanatics wonder if there could be any truth in the rumour was that the first Klaatu album was released by Capitol, the label on which Beatles records were released in America.
Added to that, the songs were published by a company called Klaatoons could be a Beatle joke and this company was attached to CAPC, the Canadian copyright association.
Boz Scaggs is still recording and occasionally gigging. Digitally remastered and slipcased, and with extensive new notes. First time on CD for these albums by critically acclaimed singer-songwriter Catherine Howe. After a long period of inactivity, Catherine has released a number of new albums and is actively promoting her latest release. The first great guitar star of rock and roll presents all of his greatest recordings from to Duane Eddy was undoubtedly a huge influence on a lot of budding guitarists and The Shadows and George Harrison no doubt took him as one of their chief inspirations.
He is still recording and touring today making him a true rock and roll institution, an icon, the last true rock and roller, and well worth a look! CD debut for the album from Miami soul legend and house pianist for the famed TK label , Latimore! Steve Alaimo produces. Classic Southern soul from !
Mind you, a colleague associates those "boring, awful come-all-yas" with being stuck indoors at school and force-fed them while she would have preferred to be out playing in the sun It is precisely these memories - preferably the better ones! So is this album, an RTE production with 14 mostly well known and loved songs, the latest manifestation of the nostalgia industry which was so successful in Faith Of Our Fathers? And the pitch on the album is very strongly contemporary.
It wasn't a group going out and forming them or singing them in ways of old. This is a very modern treatment: in musical terms you'd have classical, traditional and rock fused together and you have a kind of new sound coming out of that through the album. The Faith Of Our Fathers recording was, on the other hand, traditional, its rendering attempting to recreate atmospheres past. Nonetheless the Na Caisidigh album is presented with a nostalgia market in mind, including publicity posters of s-style children playing.
There were 10 children in the family, which in, the late s moved to Ranelagh in Dublin. Their father, Sean, was a school inspector during their Donegal childhood.
We lived just across from Gabhla island. It was a part of growing up.This is a traditional Irish song arranged by Na Casaidigh (The Cassidys). It appears on their album Singing From Memory. Do you have any further information about this song? Edit this page and help us expand this section. ^close.