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Live in Montreux 1997

The Chieftains

Irish
Eagle Eye Media

Released: 6th June 2009
Catalogue Number: EE39186-9
Barcode: 801213918690
Running Time: 85 mins



And All that Jazz…The Chieftains take their special brand of be-bop to the famous festival and make a lot of new friends in the process though it's not recorded on what the jazzers thought it was all about.

1) Opening Medley: O'Neill's March / Rosin Dubh / Reels & Dance
2) Changing Your Demeanour
3) Donegal Reel / Ladies Pantalette
4) Lady Dillon
5) Album Medley: Have I Told You Lately That I Love You / Mo Ghile Mear / The Rocky Road to Dublin / Reels & Dance
6) Song of Immigration / Kerry Slides
7) Medley: Galician Overture / Duelling Chanters
8) Carrickfergus
9) Maneo
10) Murphy's Hornpipe & Dance
11) Matt Molloy Medley: A Fig For A Kiss / Mulhare's Reel / Gravel Walks
12) Guadalupe
13) Did You Ever Go A Courtin' Uncle Joe
14) Give Me Your Hand / The Trip to Durrow / Flogging Reel.
And All that Jazz…The Chieftains take their special brand of be-bop to the famous festival and make a lot of new friends in the process though it's not recorded on what the jazzers thought it was all about.

Lineup

Paddy Moloney - Uilleann Pipes & Whistle
Matt Molloy - Flute
Kevin Conneff - Bodhran & Vocals
Martin Fay - Fiddle
Sean Keane - Fiddle
Derek Bell - Harp & Piano
with
Bea Robo - Gaita & Vocals
Martin Murray - Fiddle
Donny Golden & Cara Butler - Lead Dancers

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