Voice of Ages
CAT # HRM-33623-00
DISC ONE 1. Carolina Rua / Reel - The Ladies Pantalettes 3:57 2. Come All Ye Fair And Tender Ladies 4:20 3. Pretty Little Girl 2:49 4. Down In The Willow Garden 4:16 5. Lily Love 3:01 6. The Lark In The Clear Air / Olam Punch 3:20 7. My Lagan Love 4:28 8. When The Ship Comes In 3:27 9. School Days Over 3:33 10. The Frost Is All Over 3:06 11. Peggy Gordon 4:11 12. Hard Times Come Again No More 5:27 13. The Chieftains Reunion 11:23 14. The Chieftains In Orbit 3:40 15. Lundu 3:09 DISC TWO 1. The Making of Voice of Ages 30:42 2. School Days Over 3:32
The Chieftains, the world's most celebrated traditional Irish band, will mark their 50th anniversary with the release of Voice of Ages on February 21st 2012 (Hear/Concord). An imaginative collaboration featuring a dazzling collection of like-minded musical visionaries and kindred spirits, Voice of Ages, produced by Paddy Moloney and T Bone Burnett, features The Chieftains teaming with stars from the worlds of indie-rock (Bon Iver, The Decemberists, The Low Anthem), country and Americana (The Civil Wars, Pistol Annies, Carolina Chocolate Drops, Punch Brothers), Irish and Scottish folk (Imelda May, Lisa Hannigan, Paolo Nutini) and more. "With 50 years of glorious music behind us," Paddy Moloney says, "I can think of nothing more exciting than to spend another 50 years collaborating with the best voices of the future."
Founded in 1962, winners of six Grammy Awards and an Academy Award, The Chieftains: founder and leader Paddy Moloney (Uilleann pipes, tin whistle), Matt Molloy (flute), Seán Keane (fiddle) and Kevin Conneff (bodhrán, vocals), have popularized traditional Irish music world-wide during their astonishing 50 year career. Over the years, some of the biggest names in music have worked with the legendary band: Sting, Van Morrison, Joni Mitchell, and The Rolling Stones among many others. Voice of Ages is a bold affirmation that their inspiring influence, musical brilliance and enduring legacy are more relevant than ever.
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