By: The Chieftains (1992, Folk, World, & Country). 5. O’Keefe’s/Chattering Magpie-Reels More albums from The Chieftains: The Long Black Veil by The Chieftains. Over The Sea To Skye (The Celtic Connection) by The Chieftains. Fire In The Kitchen by The Chieftains. Tears Of Stone by The Chieftains. The Celtic Harp: A Tribute To Edward Bunting by The Chieftains. Voice Of Ages by The Chieftains.
The Chieftains managed to include an album and video in the deal, and the shows went ahead successfully featuring Roger Daltrey, Nanci Griffith and step dancer Jean Butler. An Irish Evening’ received a Grammy for ‘Best Traditional Folk Album’ in 1993. Opening Medley: Dóchas, King of Laois, Paddy’s Jig, O’ Keeffe’s, Chattering Magpie – Reels.
While there's nothing quite like seeing the Chieftains live in concert, An Irish Evening marks the next best thing. Recorded live over two evenings at the Grand Opera House in Belfast, the disc captures the group's eclectic, fun, and loving approach to traditional Irish music. American country-folk singer/songwriter Nanci Griffith (a huge star in Ireland in her own right) provides sweet vocals on "Little Love Affairs," "Red Is the Rose," and "Ford Econoline
An Irish Evening: Live at the Grand Opera House, Belfast is an album by The Chieftains. The album consists of a live recording of a concert (over two nights) in Belfast, Northern Ireland. The band invited on stage Roger Daltrey, lead singer of the British band The Who, and American folk singer Nanci Griffith to join them for several songs. Opening Medley: Dóchas/King of Laois/Paddy's ring Magpie" (Traditional) 9:17. North Americay" (Traditional arranged by Kevin Conneff) 4:09.
Live album by The Chieftains. Little Love Affairs featuring Nanci Griffith. Red Is The Rose featuring Nanci Griffith. Raglan Road featuring Roger Daltrey. Behind Blue Eyes featuring Roger Daltrey. Rachamid A Bhean Bheag.
Nanci Griffith's An Irish Evening album. Little Love Affairs Lyrics. Nanci Griffith Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop ‘Wipe Out’; June 22, 1963. RIFF’d: Nas’ ‘Nasir’. Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’; June 21, 1965.
Album · 1992 · 13 Songs. The Chieftains, Nanci Griffith & Roger Daltrey. 13 Songs, 1 Hour 11 Minutes. Released: 28 Jan 1992. 1992, BMG Entertainment. More By The Chieftains.
|Around The House And Mind The Dresser|
|Little Love Affairs|
|Red Is The Rose|
|Lilly Bolero/ The White Cockade|
|Full Of Joy|
|The Mason's Apron|
|Behind Blue Eyes|
|Rachamid A Bhean Bheag|
|791 231||The Chieftains||An Irish Evening (VHS, PAL)||BMG Video||791 231||UK||1992|
|0 9026-60916-6 9||The Chieftains||An Irish Evening (Laserdisc, 12", NTSC)||RCA||0 9026-60916-6 9||US||1992|