Complete your The Chieftains collection. 1. Down The Old Plank Road. Accordion – Marc SavoyAcoustic Guitar – Jeff White (2)Backing Vocals – Jeffrey Lesser, John Hiatt, Tim O'Brien (3)Banjo – Béla FleckDouble Bass – Glenn WorfDrums – Shannon ForrestMandolin – Tim O'Brien (3)Percussion – Shannon ForrestPiano – Matt RollingsVocals – Jeff White (2). 2:02. Acoustic Guitar – Jeff White (2)Double Bass – Glenn WorfDrums – Shannon ForrestMandolin – Tim O'Brien (3)Percussion – Shannon ForrestViolin – Béla Fleck.
The Chieftains are a traditional Irish band formed in Dublin in 1963, by Paddy Moloney, Sean Potts and Michael Tubridy. Their sound, which is almost entirely instrumental and largely built around uilleann pipes, has become synonymous with traditional Irish music and they are regarded as having helped popularise Irish music across the world. They have won six Grammys during their career and they were given a Lifetime Achievement Award at the prestigious BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards in 2002. In 2002, the legendary and insanely prolific Irish ensemble the Chieftains released Down the Old Plank Road: The Nashville Sessions. Utilizing American icons like Ricky Skaggs, Del McCoury, and Lyle Lovett alongside the blossoming Gillian Welch and David Rawlings, their interpretations of traditional Irish and Appalachian staples yielded a surprisingly lucid bounty.
The Chieftains & John Hiatt. Jordan Is A Hard Road To Travel. Accordion – Jeffrey Taylor Arranged By – P. Moloney Banjo – Bryan SuttonBass – Barry BalesDrums – Shannon ForrestFiddle – Stuart DuncanVocals, Acoustic Guitar – Jeff White (2)Vocals, Guitar – John Hiatt. The Chieftains & Tim O'Brien (3). Shady Grove. Arranged By – P. Moloney Bass – Glenn WorfDrums – Shannon ForrestGuitar – Randy KohrsVocals, Acoustic Guitar – Jeff White (2)Vocals, Mandolin – Tim O'Brien (3). 2:20. 5. –The Chieftains & John Prine. The Girl I Left Behind. Moloney Banjo – Béla FleckBass – Edgar MeyerGuitar – Jimmy IbbotsonGuitar – Jerry DouglasHarmonica, Drums – Jimmie FaddenVocals, Guitar – Jeff Hanna.
Download The Chieftains: The Nashville Sessions - Down The Old Plank Road - 2002, FLAC (tracks+. The Chieftains 01. The Chieftains - Down the Old Plank Road (w, John Hiatt, Bela Fleck, Jeff White, and Tim O'Brien). 07. The Chieftains - Don't Let Your Deal Go Down (w, Lyle Lovett). 08. The Chieftains - Medley- Ladies Pantalettes; Belles of Blackville; First House in Connaught (Reels) (w, Bela Fleck). 09. The Chieftains - Whole Heap of Little Horses (w, Patty Griffin). 10. The Chieftains - Rain and Snow (w, The Del McCoury Band). 11. The Chieftains - I'll Be All Smiles Tonight (w, Martina McBride). 12. The Chieftains - Tenessee Stud (w, Jeff White). 13. The Chieftains - Katie Dear (w, Gillian Welch & David Rawlings).
Tim O'Brien is an American country and bluegrass musician. In addition to his 22 solo albums and his recordings with Hot Rize, he has been featured as a performer on many albums by other artists. 2003: The Chieftains - Further Down the Old Plank Road (Victor). 2003: Steve Earle - Just an American Boy (Artemis Records). 2003: various artists - Music from the motion picture 'Cold Mountain' (DMZ, Columbia). "Tim O'Brien Album & Song Chart History - Country Albums". Prometheus Global Media.
Rest assured they can, and they even coax some inspired jamming from Earl Scruggs-who sounds like he has something to prove on "Sally Goodin"-and a chilling vocal from Alison Krauss on "Molly Ban," the Celtic equivalent of "Fair and Tender Maidens. Much of what you hear on this album, has been handed down from generation to generation. So Celtic and Mountain Music (bluegrass) fans, this is a keeper!
Shady Grove" - The Chieftains, Tim O'Brien. The Girl I Left Behind" - John Prine. Rosc Catha Na Nuimhain/Arkansas Traveller/The Wild Irishman" - The Chieftains, Jerry Douglas. Lambs in the Greenfield" - The Chieftains, Emmylou Harris. Moonshiner/I'm a Rambler" - The Chieftains, Joe Ely. "Wild Mountain Thyme" - The Chieftains, Don Williams. Down the Old Plank Road: The Nashville Sessions. Further Down the Old Plank Road. San Patricio (with Ry Cooder). White Duck had already recorded one album before Hiatt joined and he wrote and performed two songs on their second album, In Season, one of which was the hit Train to Birmingham. Hiatt performed live in clubs around Nashville with White Duck. Hiatt met Don Ellis of Epic Records in 1973, and received a deal, releasing his first single, We Make Spirit.
Jeff Ely - Vocals Jimmie Fadden -Drums, Harmonica Béla Fleck - Banjo Shannon Forrest - Drums Adam Frehm - Guitar (Resonator) Carol Lee Goodgold - Vocals (Background) Mike Gordon - Bass, Bass (Acoustic) Jeff Hanna - Guitar, Vocals Emmylou Harris - Vocals John Hiatt - Guitar, Vocals Byron House - Bass (Upright) David Hungate - Bass Jimmy Ibbotson - Guitar Hank "Bones" Kahn -Trombone Seán Keane - Fiddle Randy Kohrs - Guitar (Resonator) Frankie Lane - Guitar (Resonator). Emmylou Harris croons "Lambs in the Greenfield" that'll leave a lump in your throat, and Tim O'Brien tears through a version of "Shady Grove," fueled by the ancestral flames of its birth.
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