(Irish-Folk) [LP] [24/96] The Chieftains - Коллекция (2 LP) - 1964, 1971, FLAC (tracks+.cue)

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The Chieftains - Коллекция (2 LP)
Жанр: Irish-Folk
Носитель: LP
Год выпуска: 1964, 1971
Лейбл: Island Records
Страна-производитель: US
Аудио кодек: FLAC
Тип рипа: tracks+.cue
Формат записи: 24/96
Формат раздачи: 24/96
Продолжительность: 1:30:02
Устройство воспроизведения: Technics SL-1200MK2 Quartz
Головка звукоснимателя: SHURE M97xE With JICO SAS Stylus
Предварительный усилитель: Marantz 2252
АЦП: E-MU 0404
Обработка: DeClick with iZotope RX5: Only Manual (Click per click)
#77Год выпуска: Re 1976
Лейбл: Island Records/ILPS 9364
Страна-производитель: US
Продолжительность: 42:36
Код класса состояния винила: EX+
Треклист:
A1.1 ‘Se Fath Mo Bhuartha
A1.2 The Lark On The Strand
A1.3 An Fhallaingin Mhuimhneach
A1.4 Trim The Velvet
A2 An Comhran Donn, Murphy’s Hornpipe
A3 Cailin Na Gruaige Doinne
A4.1 Comb Your Hair And Curl It
A4.2 The Boys Of Ballisodare
A5 The Musical Priest, The Queen Of May
B1 The Walls Of Liscarroll
B2 A Dhruimfhionn Don Dilis
B3.1 The Connemara Stocking
B3.2 The Limestone Rock, Dan Breen’s
B4 Casdh An tSugain
B5 The Boy In The Gap
B6.1 Saint Mary’s, Church Street
B6.2 Garrett Barry, The Battering Ram
B6.3 Kitty Goes A-Milking
B6.4 Rakish Paddy
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Analyzed folder: /The Chieftains - The Chieftains (LP)
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DR Peak RMS Filename
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DR13 -2.56 dB -21.42 dB 01 The Chieftains - LADO 1- 'Se Fath Mo Bhuartha (4 Airs & Jigs).wav
DR17 -0.66 dB -19.78 dB 02 The Chieftains - An Comhran Donn, Murphy's Hornpipe.wav
DR9 -8.55 dB -21.39 dB 03 The Chieftains - Cailin Na Gruaige Doinne.wav
DR12 -7.38 dB -20.72 dB 04 The Chieftains - Comb Your Hair And Curl It - The Boys Of Ballisodare.wav
DR12 -6.88 dB -21.23 dB 05 The Chieftains - The Musical Priest, The Queen Of May.wav
DR11 -5.47 dB -19.19 dB 06 The Chieftains - LADO 2- The Walls Of Liscarroll.wav
DR10 -5.72 dB -20.16 dB 07 The Chieftains - A Dhruimfhionn Don Dilis.wav
DR15 -0.12 dB -18.57 dB 08 The Chieftains - The Connemara Stocking - The Limestone Rock, Dan Breen's.wav
DR8 -6.05 dB -19.43 dB 09 The Chieftains - Casdh An tSugain.wav
DR13 -9.12 dB -23.22 dB 10 The Chieftains - The Boy In The Gap.wav
DR14 -0.32 dB -17.60 dB 11 The Chieftains - Saint Mary's, Church Street (4 Airs & Jigs).wav
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Number of files: 11
Official DR value: DR12
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Recorded At – Peter Hunt Studios
Produced For – Claddagh Records Ltd.
Phonographic Copyright (p) – Island Records Ltd.
Manufactured By – Island Records Inc.
Distributed By – Island Records Inc.
Credits
Arranged By, Directed By – Paddy Moloney
Bagpipes [Uilleann Pipes], Tin Whistle – Paddy Moloney
Bodhran – David Fallon (2)
Design [Cover Design] – Edward Delaney
Fiddle – Martin Fay (2)
Flute, Concertina – Michael Tubridy
Liner Notes – Sean Mac Reamoinn
Tin Whistle – Sean Potts
Notes
Originally released in 1963. The title is on the cover and spine as “The Chieftains”, as “The Chieftains (I)” on the back cover, and as “The Chieftains 1” on the center labels.
Recorded in Ireland at Peter Hunt Studios, Dublin for Claddagh Records Limited.
1976 Island Records Ltd.
Manufactured and Distributed by Island Records, Inc.
Printed in U.S.A.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
Matrix / Runout (Center Label, Side A): ILPS-9364-A
Matrix / Runout (Center Label, Side B): ILPS-9364-B
Matrix / Runout (Runout, Side A): X S ILPS-9364-A-1C KENDUN A
Matrix / Runout (Runout, Side B): Z S ILPS-9364-B-(CP)-/A KENDUN B
#7#77#77
#77Год выпуска: Re 1976
Лейбл: Island Records/ILPS-9365
Страна-производитель: US
Продолжительность: 47:26
Код класса состояния винила: EX++
Треклист:
A1 Banish Misfortune, Gillan’s Apples
A2 Planxty Greorge Brabazon
A3 Bean An Fhir Rua
A4 Pis Fhliuch (O’Farrells Welcome To Limerick)
A5 An Paistin Fionn/Mrs Crotty’s, The Moutain Top
A6 The Foxhunt
B1 An Mhaighdean Mhara/Tie The Bonnet, O’Rourke’s
B2 Calaghan’s, Byrne’s
B3 Pigtown, Tie The Ribbons, The Bag Of Potatoes
B4 The Humors Of Whiskey, Hardiman The Fiddler
B5 Donall Og
B6 Brain Boru’s March
B7 Sweeney’s, Denis Murphy’s, The Scartaglen Polka
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Analyzed folder: /The Chieftains - The Chieftains 2 (LP)
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DR Peak RMS Filename
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DR11 -3.16 dB -17.13 dB 01 The Chieftains - LADO 1- Banish Misfortune, Gillan's Apples.wav
DR11 -1.04 dB -15.63 dB 02 The Chieftains - Planxty Greorge Brabazon.wav
DR10 -7.91 dB -22.40 dB 03 The Chieftains - Bean An Fhir Rua.wav
DR11 -1.88 dB -15.58 dB 04 The Chieftains - Pis Fhliuch (O'Farrells Welcome To Limerick).wav
DR13 -1.99 dB -18.26 dB 05 The Chieftains - An Paistin Fionn-Mrs Crotty's, The Moutain Top.wav
DR12 -0.33 dB -15.22 dB 06 The Chieftains - The Foxhunt.wav
DR14 -1.24 dB -20.21 dB 07 The Chieftains - LADO 2- An Mhaighdean Mhara-Tie The Bonnet, O'Rourke's.wav
DR12 -4.14 dB -18.01 dB 08 The Chieftains - Calaghan's, Byrne's.wav
DR11 -7.58 dB -21.29 dB 09 The Chieftains - Pigtown, Tie The Ribbons, The Bag Of Potatoes.wav
DR10 -5.96 dB -20.34 dB 10 The Chieftains - The Humors Of Whiskey, Hardiman The Fiddler.wav
DR8 -9.23 dB -22.28 dB 11 The Chieftains - Donall Og.wav
DR11 -4.76 dB -19.38 dB 12 The Chieftains - Brain Boru's March.wav
DR11 -1.84 dB -17.21 dB 13 The Chieftains - Sweeney's, Denis Murphy's, The Scartaglen Polka.wav
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Number of files: 13
Official DR value: DR11
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Bagpipes, Tin Whistle, Arranged By – Paddy Moloney
Bodhran, Bones – Peadar Mercier
Concertina, Tin Whistle – Michael Tubridy
Fiddle – Martin Fay, Sean Keane
Tin Whistle – Sean Potts
Notes
Recorded in Edinburgh by Craighall Studios Limited
#7#77#77
The Chieftains 1
The debut album by the Chieftains, recorded when they were still a semi-professional outfit, is more restrained than their subsequent efforts. The opening number introduces each of the bandmembers, Paddy Moloney and Sean Potts on pipes, followed by Michael Tubridy on flute and David Fallon on bodhran, Martin Fay on the fiddle, and then Tubridy on the concertina. The group would later acquire what can only be called a more soulful approach, but the playing here was a revelation at the time, if only for its stripped-down authenticity. The music — mostly airs, reels, and jigs — and performances lack the otherworldly quality that characterized the Chieftains’ 1970s albums, but the melodies are still extremely pretty, and make up in immediacy and high spirits what they lack in mystique and mysticism. Martin Fay’s fiddle is more prominent here than on subsequent records, where Moloney’s pipes became the major voice within the group. Highlights include “Comb Your Hair and Curl It/The Boys of Ballisodare,” “The Musical Priest/The Queen of May,” “The Walls of Liscarroll,” and “The Connemara Stocking.”
Review by Bruce Eder, allmusic.com
The Chieftains 2
This is the real stuff, the very best of the group’s early albums and the best representation of the Chieftains’ original sound. If anything, the group is more confident the second time out, and the material, consisting of traditional airs, jigs, and polkas, is stronger than on the first album. Opening with the gorgeous double jig “Banish Misfortune, Gillan’s Apples,” which goes back to the time of the 16th century fiddler Raftery of Connacht, the record simply gets better all the way through. Though more familiar as a harp piece, “Planxty George Brabazon” (written by the harper-composer Turlough O’Carolan) comes off stunningly here played on pipes, flutes, etc., without a plucked instrument in sight; “The Foxhunt” is a great showcase for Martin Fay and Sean Keane’s fiddle skills. Production on the album is first-rate and, in particular, makes excellent use of stereo separation.
Review by Bruce Eder, allmusic.com
Ирландская группа. Одна из ведущих групп, исполняющих ирландскую традиционную музыку. В первоначальный состав группы входили:
Падди Моулони (р. 1938, Донникарни, Дублин, Ирландия; ирландская волынка uilleann pipes, тин-вислы)
Шон Поттс (р. 1939; тин-вислы)
Майкл Табриди (р. 1935; ирландская флейта, тин-вислы)
Мартин Фэй (р. 1936; скрипка)
Все члены группы впервые встретились в 50-е годы в оркестре фольклорной музыки Ceoltoiri Chualann. Позже к коллективу присоединились Шон Кин (р. 1946; скрипка), Дерек Белл (1935-2002 R.I.P; арфа, цимбалы), Мэт Моллой (р. 1947, ирландская флейта), Кевин Конефф (р. 1945, боуран, вокал). За свою многолетнюю историю группа успела объездить полсвета, выпустить уже 40 альбомов, получить шесть Грэмми... Но главное - без Чифтейнз мы бы не знали ирландскую музыку в том виде, в каком её сейчас представляем.
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