The Chieftains in China is an album released by the Irish musical group The Chieftains in 1985. In 1983 the Chieftains were the first Irish musicians to visit China and the first ever Western musical group to play on the Great Wall of China. The album was the end result of this trip and was recorded in China and Hong Kong by Brian Masterson of Windmill Lane Studios.
Cultural ambassadors, The Chieftains started their journey in Ireland in 1962. Since then they have won six Grammy Awards and are highly recognized for reinventing traditional Irish music on a contemporary and international scale
On the rear cover: ℗ 1987 Shanachie Records Corp. On the disc: ℗ 1989 Shanachie Records Corp.
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It seems a most unlikely combination but, in fact, the two prove quite compatible on The Chieftains in China, a superb, mostly instrumental live album. As ambitious and risk-taking as they are, none of these performances sound the least bit pretentious, forced, or contrived. Chieftains leader Paddy Moloney insightfully shows us the parallels between Chinese and Irish forms and makes the fusion sound completely organic and natural.
The Chieftains is the first album released by the Irish musical group The Chieftains in 1964. The album is now sometimes referred to as The Chieftains 1 due to the numbering system of their later albums. It was one of the first folk albums to be recorded in stereo. All tracks traditional compositions. Sé Fáth mo Bhuartha, The Lark on the Strand, An Fhallaingín Mhuimhneach, Trim the Velvet" – 7:38. An Comhra Donn, Murphy's Hornpipe" – 4:30. Cailín na Gruaige Doinne" (The Brown-Haired Girl) – 2:40. 1 Full of Joy The Chieftains null:null. 2 In a Suzhow Garden The Chieftains null:null.
Reflections of Molly Bloom," an adaptation of James Joyce's "Ulysses", presented by Gabriel Byrne and written by "TransAtlantic" author Colum McCann and Aedín with music by The Chieftains' Paddy Moloney. Opening June 13 at the Irish Repertory Theatre in NYC through July 7, 2019. Tickets are on sale now through Irish Rep's box office at 212-727-2737 or online at ww. rishrep. Gabriel Byrne produces a new James Joyce adaption with music by The Chieftains' Paddy Moloney.
The Chieftains - O'Sullivan's March. Conor McGregor UFC - (The foggy dew song) - UFC189 entrance song. The Chieftains - Women of Ireland, Morning Dew (Barry Lyndon . Mo Ghile Mear (Our Hero) - The Chieftans & Sting.
|A1||Full Of Joy||2:32|
|A2||In A Suzhow Garden||3:33|
|A3||If I Had Maggie In The Wood||3:24|
|A4||The Reason For My Sorrow||3:40|
|A5||The Chieftains In China||11:49|
|B2||Off The Great Wall||5:23|
|B3||A Tribute To O'Carolan||10:54|
|B4||The Wind From The South||3:23|
|B5||China To Hong Kong||4:20|
- Bagpipes [Uilleann], Tin Whistle, Producer – Paddy Moloney
- Bodhrán, Gong [Chinese], Vocals – Kevin Conneff
- Fiddle – Seán Keane*
- Fiddle, Percussion [Bones] – Martin Fay
- Flute – Matt Molloy
- Harp [Neo Irish Harp], Dulcimer [Tiompán] – Derek Bell
- Mixed By – Bill Somerville-Large, Pearse Dunn*
- Recorded By – Brian Masterson
- Recorded By [Assistant] – Mick O' Gorman
|CC42||The Chieftains||The Chieftains In China (LP, Album)||Claddagh Records||CC42||Ireland||1984|
|Shanachie-79050||The Chieftains||The Chieftains In China (LP, Album)||Shanachie||Shanachie-79050||Canada||1985|
|CC42CD, CC 42||The Chieftains||The Chieftains In China (CD, Album)||Claddagh Records, Claddagh Records||CC42CD, CC 42||Ireland||Unknown|
|79050||The Chieftains||The Chieftains In China (Cass, Album)||Shanachie||79050||US||1987|
|79050, Shanachie 79050, SH 79050, SHANACHIE 79050||The Chieftains||The Chieftains In China (CD, Album)||Shanachie, Shanachie, Shanachie, Shanachie||79050, Shanachie 79050, SH 79050, SHANACHIE 79050||US||1989|