Live from Dublin: A Tribute to Derek Bell
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Live from Dublin: A Tribute to Derek Bell

We would like to take this opportunity to tell you about the nomination of The Chieftains for the 2006 Grammy Awards. The legendary musical Ambassadors of Ireland, The Chieftains, who have released 35 albums, received six Grammys, an Oscar, an Emmy and a Genie, have been nominated in the category of Best Traditional Folk Album for “Live From Dublin – A Tribute To Derek Bell” (RCA Victor) The 2006 Grammy Awards will take place Wednesday February 8 in Los Angeles, California, USA. On “Live From Dublin: A Tribute To Derek Bell”, The Chieftains not only celebrate the life and legacy of one of its most beloved members, but also provide an intriguing glimpse into the acclaimed past and bright future of these internationally acclaimed Irish musical ambassadors.

Track Listing

  1. Introduction: John Kelly
  2. Opening Medley
    Brian Boru’s Marh
    featuring Allan Tully (Bagpipes)
    Nine Points of Roguery (reel)
    The Magpie – Pretty Girls 9reel)
    Trad Arr. by P. Moloney
    published by Chrysalis Songs (BMI)
  3. Down the Old Plank Road
    featuring Jeff White – Guitar
    Frankie Lane – Dobro/Vocals
    Pete Cummins – Guitar/Vocals
    Trad Arr. by P. Moloney
    published by Chrysalis Songs (BMI)
  4. Derek’s Tune
    The Geese and Bright Love
    Featuring Caroline Lavelle – Cello
    Tríona marshall – Harp
    Composed by P. Moloney, Trad Arr. by P. Moloney
    published by Chrysalis Songs (BMI)
  5. Galician Medley
    Never Trust a Man’s love
    Mazurka
    Guadalupe
    Featuring Yvonne McMahon – vocals
    Múneira de Jios
    Duelling Chanters
    Featuring Carlos Núñez – Gaita/Recorder/Whistle
    Xurxo Núñez – Percussion/Guitar
    Pancho Alvarez – Mandolin/Vocals
    Trad Arr. by P. Moloney
    published by Chrysalis Songs (BMI)
  6. Ellen browne
    Featuring Kevin Conneff
    Trad Arr. by Kevin Conneff
    published by Chrysalis Songs (BMI)
  7. Medley
    Banish Misfortune
    Morning Dew
    Arkansas Traveller (reel)
    Wild Irishman (reel)
    Featuring Michael Tubridy – Flute
    Seán Potts – Tin Whistle
    Trad Arr. by P. Moloney
    published by Chrysalis Songs (BMI)
  8. Oiche Nollaig (Christmas Eve)
    featuring Micháel Ó Suillabháin – Piano
    Trad. Arr by Micháel Ó Suillabháin
    Published by Copyright Control
  9. Fionnghuala
    Performed by Anúna
    Directors: Michael and John McGlynn
    Solo: John McGlyn
    Edited by John McGlynn
    Anúna appears courtesy of KOCH Records
    Trad. Arr by The Brophy Band
    Published by Copyright Control
  10. Carrickfergus
    Featuring Allison Moorer – Vocals
    Trad Arr. by P. Moloney
    published by Chrysalis Songs (BMI)
  11. I’ll Tell Me Ma
    featuring Ronnie Drew
    Trad Arr. by Ronnie Drew
    published by Copyright Control
  12. Tá an Coileach ag Fógairt an Lae (3 pipes)
    Featuring Terry Tully – Low Pipes
    Carlos Núñez – Gaita
    Paddy Moloney
    Trad Arr. by P. Moloney
    published by Chrysalis Songs (BMI)
  13. Ottawa Valley Dance
    Featuring Jon Pilatzke – Fiddle/Dance
    Nathan Pilatzke – dance
    Trad Arr. by Jon Pilatzke & Nathan Pilatzke
    published by Copyright Control
  14. Finale
    Featuring Seán Keane, Matt Malloy, Kevin Conneff, Alison Moorer, Peter browne, jeff White, Micháel Ó Súillabháin, Frankie Lane, Paddy Moloney, Caroline Lavelle, Jon Pilatzke, Carlos Núñez
    Published by Copyright Control
  15. Farewell to Music
    Tríona Marshall – Harp
    Trad. Arr. by Tríona Marshall
    Published by Copyright Control