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  Исполнитель(и) :
   The Chieftains  (Group)
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  Наименование CD :
   Down The Old Plank Road: The Nashville Sessions



Год издания : 2002

Компания звукозаписи : RCA, (ru)

Музыкальный стиль : British Folk, Irish Folk, Celtic Folk, Neo-Traditional Folk

Время звучания : 54:27

  Комментарий (рецензия) :

CD, стоящие на полке рядом : Pseudo Ethnic (Celtic)      

In the wake of the success of O Brother Where Art Thou?, this collaboration between Irish supergroup the Chieftains and some of country's best known neo-traditionalists was almost inevitable. Luckily for all involved, the idea actually makes a lot of sense too. Most of the ballads and work songs that were born in the Appalachian hills have deep roots in the traditional music of Scotland, England, and Ireland, and crying fiddles, ringing banjos, and tales of drunkenness, outlaws, and loss are woven deeply into both cultures' musical heritage. Through most of the tracks, the instrumentals work better than the vocal tracks, but the droning "Katie Dear" (performed by the impeccable Gillian Welch and David Rawlings) and Alison Krauss' mournful "Molly Bбn" are both heart-wrenching and beautiful no matter what continent they came from. Other highlights include Bйla Fleck's firey banjo rolls on a trio of reels, and the underrated Patty Griffin's turn on the traditional "Whole Heap of Little Horses." While the interpretations on Down the Old Plank Road turn out to be successes, the sum of these collaborations aren't as good as the Chieftains doing what they do best: traditional Irish music with subtle contemporary flourishes. Still, anyone who enjoys the music of any of the guests on this release will be pleased with the entire package; sweet and mournful, historic and unprecedented, fun and engaging all rolled into one.

- Zac Johnson (All Music Guide)


  Соисполнители :

Alison Krauss (Viola, Vocals, Background Vocals)
Barry Bales (Bass)
Bela Fleck (Banjo)
Bryan Sutton (Acoustic Guitar, Guitar, Mandolin)
Cody Kilby (Acoustic Guitar)
David Rawlings (Vocals)
Del McCoury (Acoustic Guitar, Vocals)
Derek Bell (Keyboards, Harpsichord)
Earl Scruggs (Banjo)
Gillian Welch (Vocals)
Glenn Work (Bass)
James Gilmer (Percussion)
Jeff Taylor (Accordion)
Jeff White (Acoustic Guitar, Vocals)
Jeffrey Lesser (Vocals)
Jim Mills (Banjo)
John Hagen (Cello)
John Hiatt (Vocals)
Julie Miller (Vocals)
Kevin Conneff (Vocals)
Lyle Lovett (Vocals)
Marc Savoy (Accordion)
Mark Fain (Bass)
Martina McBride (Vocals)
Matt Molloy (Flute)
Matt Rollings (Piano)
Mike Bub (Bass)
Paddy Moloney (Vocals)
Patty Griffin (Vocals)
Ricky Skaggs (Mandolin, Vocals)
Ronnie McCoury (Mandolin)
Shannon Forrest (Percussion, Drums)
Tim O'Brien (Mandolin, Vocals)
Viktor Krauss (Bass)
Vince Gill (Vocals)


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   1 Down The Old Plank Road         0:02:02 Chieftains / John Hiatt / Bйla Fleck / Jeff White
   2 Country Blues         0:03:15 Chieftains / Buddy Miller / Julie Miller
   3 Sally Goodin         0:03:15 Chieftains / Earl Scruggs
   4 Dark As A Dungeon         0:03:25 Chieftains / Vince Gill
   5 Cindy         0:02:38 Chieftains / Ricky Skaggs / Kentucky Thunder
   6 Molly Ban         0:04:48 Bawn - Chieftains / Alison Krauss
   7 Don't Let Your Deal Go Down         0:02:42 Chieftains / Lyle Lovett
   8 Ladies Pantalettes / Belles Of Blackville...         0:04:17 Chieftains / Bйla Fleck
   9 Whole Heap Of Little Horses         0:02:47 Chieftains / Patty Griffin
   10 Rain And Snow         0:02:52 Chieftains / McCoury, Del Band
   11 I'll Be All Smiles Tonight         0:04:30 Chieftains / Martina McBride
   12 Tennessee Stud         0:03:09 Chieftains / Jeff White
   13 Katie Dear         0:04:28 Chieftains / Gillian Welch / David Rawlings
   14 Give The Fiddler A Dram         0:10:18 Finale - Traditional

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