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Tommy Fleming has many times been described as the "Voice of Ireland" and is one of Ireland's top entertainers. This 3 CD collection contains 40 songs from throughout Tommy impressive career. Solos on Irish favorites such as: The Isle of Inisfree, Clare to Here, Song for Ireland,The Contender, Only Our Rivers Run Free are combined with fourteen duets including Steal Away with Phil Coulter, Fare Thee Well Love with Eleanor Shanley, Rose and Briar with De Dannan and You've Got a Friend with Cara Dillon. For other CDs by Tommy see the online catalog.
Imagine you received all the fabulous gifts in the song, The Twelve Days of Christmas. In his comedy classic Frank Kelly does just that, and the result is his classic holiday tale “Christmas Countdown.” Between the aggressive geese and the leaping Lords, the hilarious events have brightened many a Christmas. Kelly spins nine other great Irish stories on the CD.
The perfect song for an Irish Christmas is Enya’s beguiling, ethereal salute to the season, Silent Night sung in Gaelic (Oiche Chuin). Other highlights - The Spirit of Christmas Past and One Toy Soldier.
Ireland's favorite folk band performs upbeat versions of traditional ballads including: Follow Me Up to Carlow; Schooldays Over, Spancil Hill, Kelly the Boy from Killane, Ride On and Nancy Spain. They strike a more appropriately solemn tone on Grace and the anti-war ballad, The Green Fields of France. They pay tribute to American folk with Goodnight Irene. Their brilliant multi-instrumentalist support of these tracks confirms their solid roots in Irish traditional music.
This CD includes his version of Leonard Cohen's Hallelujah, which has been seen by over 40 million people. Other tracks include:Together Forever (A Wedding Song), Isle of Hope, Galway Bay, Oh Danny Boy, How Great Thou Art. (12 tracks)
Dublin-born singer, Dave King and Flogging Molly went home to Ireland to record their latest CD - the first in six years. The influence shows as fiddle, flute, and accordian bring an Irish influence to their Celtic rock sound. Tracks include; The Hands of John L. Sullivan, The Guns of Jericho, Until We Meet Again. Critics call it their best scince "Drenken Lullabies.* (12 Tracks)
This soundtrack of Daniel's latest PBS Special features guest stars Mary Duff and Derek Ryan. Highlights include: The Galway Shawl, Pretty Little Girl from Omagh,The Boys from KillybegsHome to Donegal,Tipperary Girl, How Great Thou Art amoung the 32 tracks on this double CD.
Phil preforms a selection of his fifteen favorite Celtic melodies. Of these nine are piano solos, on which he shows how the beauty of the tune is enhanced by the sound of his piano styling. From the martial, The Minstrel Boy through the soulful, My Lagan Love to the beautiful folk ballad, My Love Is like a Red, Red Rose, nothing comes between us and his piano.
Phil is joined in instrumental duets by Billy Connolly (autoharp) - Rowan Tree, Finbar Furey (pipes and whistles) - The Praties They Grow Small, Moya Brennan (harp) - The Lass of Augrim and Paul Brady (whistle) -Farewell to Inishowen. A must for Phil's many fans.
This was the first CD by this s amazing Scottish band. They combine bagpipes, guitar, keyboards and drums to create their exciting sound - a mix of traditional tunes and rock and roll they call "bagrock.." The band headlines Irish and Scottish festivals all over the world. For other albums: Breath, Blast -Live and Octane see Online Catalog
Red Hot Chilli Pipers latest CD features tiier take on Wild Mountain Thyme among its 14 tracks. Sure to be a big hit for lovers of "bagrock." See the Online Catalog for other Pipers' CDs.
This CD features performances by prominent Scottish artists including: John McDermott, Enter the Haggis, Jimmy Shand, The Scottish Fiddle Orchestra and many others.There are many great trad selections plus popular songs like:Annie Laurie, Wild Mountain Thy
Although they have firm roots in Boston, Dropkick's appeal is worldwide. Their new album opens with Finbar Furey's The Lonesome Boatman, with their voices substituting for the whistle. Barroom Ballads - First Class Loser and I had a Hat are backed by their Irish instrumentation. The song 4-13-15 is a salute to the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing. The album closes with the anthem, Till the Next Time.
Combining Irish folk and old-fashioned rock n' roll, Gaelic Storm's original songs tell great stories featuring themselves or characters they created: Scalliwag, Born to Be a Bachelor, Raised on Black and Tans, The Night I Punched Russell Crowe and Kiss Me I'm Irish. New to this album is their take on Whiskey in the Jar, as well as the current line-up's version of Irish Party in Third Class - their debut in the film, "Titanic"ť. If that doesn't make you hungry for more, the cover surely will. For information on their latest release Matching Sweaters see On-line Catalog
A great collection of songs by The Pogues. The writing brilliance of Shane MacGowan is shown in the original compositions: If I Should Fall from Grace, A Pair of Brown Eyes, Sally MacLennane, Streams of Whiskey and the best Christmas song of all time, Fairytale of New York. The band's Irish roots stand out in the covers: Dirty Old Town, Young Ned of the Hill, Thousands Are Sailing and the classic The Irish Rover, which paired them with the Dubliners. (18 tracks)
An all instrumental collection of Irish tunes played on harp, fiddle and whistle.
Van is in a reflective mood on his 36th studio album. Jazz and blues influences support his eleven original compositions. He remembers San Cooke on In Tiburon and his childhood days in that County Down seaside town in the song, Going Down to Bangor. Brilliant vocals highlight Everytime I See a River and Memory Lane. Van requests keep me singing and we hope he does!
The title refers to Sark, a tiny channel island, where the surface light is deliberately kept so low that the sky is dark and a maximum number of stars can be seen. This ethereal combination of sea and islands with sky and stars is the inspiration for Enya's eighth and most recent a;bum. Seven years in the making the craftsmanship and music is as brilliant as ever. A sure seller for all of Enya's fans and a great followup for those introduced to her through "Best of Enya."
This rousing collection of pipe band favorites includes many of Scotland's most popular pipe band tunes: Scotland The Brave, Amazing Grace, Highland Cathedral, Flower of Scotland, The Scottish Soldier and Auld Lang Syne. (16 tracks)
On his debut solo album Celtic Thunder tenor, Emmet Cahill, lays claim to his designation by John McCormack’s family as his musical successor. Standout tracks include: An Irish Lullaby, My Cavan Girl, Macushla, When Irish Eyes Are Smiling, Danny Boy, Wild Mountain Thyme and The Parting Glass. Emmet says, “I feel honored to follow in the footsteps of great Irish singers of the past like John McCormack, Joseph Locke and Frank Patterson and impart these great songs to a new generation.”
A terrific collection of Irish songs performed by Ireland's best loved vocalists and ballad groups - this was the golden age of Irish music. Paddy Reilly, Johnny McEvoy, Jim McCann, Sean Dunphy, Brendan Bowyer, Dublin City Ramblers and Barleycorn.
During his long career Daniel has recorded hundreds of songs. In addition to Irish ballads, he sings American Country, religious hymns and spirituals, and pop spmgs of the late '50s and early '60s. But this albums features only songs of the Irish people and country that he loves - Dublin, Antrim. Tipperary, Galway. Clare, Sligo, Limerick and his beloved Donegal.
Tommy's latest CD celebrates the 25 years since his first recording, The Isle of Innisfree. It is not,however, as simple as a greatest hits CD. The very first track, Stories was just written by Paul Brady and recorded for the first time by Tommy to open this double CD. All 32 tracks are new recordings and the brillance of Tommy's voice has not diminished a bit since he received two standing ovations at Phil Coulter's Carnegie Hall show in 1992. - a show it was my great pleasure to produce. Each track has a special place in Tommy's story and he recounts them in the liner notes, which explains the "booklike" packaging. Special highlights include The West's AwakeJohn O'DreamsThe Night Visiting Song, The Town I Loved So Well and The Fool Who Lost It All (from "Paddy": the musical play he co-wrote and starred in last year. For other great CDs by Tommy, check out the full catalog.
Going back to the blues and early rock sounds that formed his vocal style, Van delivers the goods on his 37th CD. His performance combines originality with respect for the songs and singers that influenced him as a young performer. Highlights include: Sam Cooke’s Bring It on Home to Me, Bo Diddley’s Ride on Josephine, and Lightin’ Hopkins’ Automobile Blues. On Count Basie’s Going to Chicago, our favorite, he is joined by rock great, Georgie Fame. Five originals among 16 tracks.