Fiddle, Backing Vocals – John Sheahan. Photography – Hot Press. Photography By – Graham Keogh. Producer, Drums, Mixed By – John Reynolds. Vocals, Guitar, Banjo, Bouzouki – Damien Dempsey. Whistle, Flute, Bodhrán, Harmonium, Piano, Backing Vocals – Eamonn DeBarra. The Rocky Road (CD, Album). Sony BMG Music Entertainment.
The Rocky Road is the fifth studio album by Damien Dempsey. In The Rocky Road, Dempsey endeavours to pull together a fine collection of ballads, some well-known ('The Rocky Road to Dublin', 'The Foggy Dew') and others less-so ('Schooldays Over', 'Hot Asphalt'), while enrolling Dubliners John Sheahan and Barney McKenna to ensure the musicianship demonstrates familiarity and love for the songs selected. The album was released June 6, 2008, in Ireland on SonyBMG and on August 26 in the .
Album · 2009 · 11 Songs. John Sheahan & Barney McKenna) Damien Dempsey. Contemporary Singer/Songwriter. Listen on Apple Music.
John Sheahan & Barney McKenna. Artist: Damien Dempsey. The Rocky Road To Dublin. Damien Dempsey, Barney McKenna, John Sheahan.
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Damien Dempsey will release his fifth studio album, a collection of traditional ballads, on June 6. The Rocky Road sees Dempsey accompanied by Dubliners Barney McKenna and John Sheahan, and covers a wide range of material made famous by the Dubliners, Luke Kelly and the Pogues. Tagged: Damien Dempsey. jrowa001 May 28th 2008. i loved his alst album, this should be good.
1 2 3 4 5. Artist songs. The Rocky Road To Poland. The Dubliners, Damien Dempsey, Danny O'Reilly, Bressie.
With that in mind, it's only really surprising that it's taken him this long to attempt an album of standards. Once or twice on The Rocky Road, Dempsey seems overcome by the material; in particular, his rendition of "Kelly from Killan" owes a little too much to Luke Kelly's vocal on the seminal recording. The Foggy Dew" and "The Rocky Road to Dublin" may be the most well-known of the 11 tracks, but they're also among the most distinguished.
|1||The Rocky Road To Dublin||3:55|
|3||A Rainy Night In Soho||6:16|
|4||The Twang Man||2:17|
|6||Kelly From Killan / The Teetotaler||5:40|
|7||The Foggy Dew||5:08|
|9||Night Visiting Song||4:13|
|10||The Hackler From Grouse Hall / The Monaghan Jig||3:28|
|11||Madam I'm A Darlin'||4:16|
- Licensed To – Independent Records Ltd.
- Producer – John Reynolds
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5 060051 332036
|88697321162||Damien Dempsey||The Rocky Road (CD, Album)||Sony BMG Music Entertainment||88697321162||Ireland||2008|
|UFO 1014||Damien Dempsey Featuring The Dubliners' John Sheahan And Barney McKenna||Damien Dempsey Featuring The Dubliners' John Sheahan And Barney McKenna - The Rocky Road (CD, Album)||Clear Records, United For Opportunity||UFO 1014||US||2008|