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Another Country
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
on September 27, 2001
Oh how Country and Celtic have so many children in common... And oh how brilliant of Paddy maloney to bring together to butter-soft voices of Country's most authentic tradition bearers to sing songs we all know highlighted by elder melodies that may have spawned them. Let me give youan example... When I first heard Don William's chococalety smooth Baritone luanch into "I can't stop loving you"... my heart ached so much as the Uilean pipes backed him in his pain and losss and oh how Emmylou's aching version of "Nobody's darlin' but my own was augmented magnicficently by the Irish instrumentation. when oh when will the OH BROTHER WEHREART THOU folks go over to Dublin and get Paddy Maloney to produce THE consummate Crossover album?? THis one is close and the big sing alone of Goodnight Irene reminded me of the sleepy ends of all night sibg alongs as I was carried off to be tuckec in by aunts and uncles who danced with me til my little feet failed me. The roots of Apppalachia and Erin are so obvious and this CD is a joy for us all. The Reeel that gets us all step-dancing only to find ourselves hearing Ricky Skaggs honoring us with an authentic rendition of The Wabash Canonball was just golden... Oh please do snap up this CD and swing your baby boys and girls in circles as you sing the songs of our joint heritages. Share with them some of what is being lost. THis CD is getting chipped out to all my many aunts and uncles who rocked me to sleep with Irish/apalachia hybrid tunes by way of thanks for the giving me a little something of who we were and who we remain. God bless Paddy Maloney.. and please paddy do an aneitre album of airs with Vince Gill so he can stop singing the garbage ghe has to just to stay on the american charts.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on September 27, 2001
Oh how Country and Celtic have so many children in common... And oh how brilliant of Paddy maloney to bring together to butter-soft voices of Country's most authentic tradition bearers to sing songs we all know highlighted by elder melodies that may have spawned them. Let me give youan example... When I first heard Don William's chococalety smooth Baritone luanch into "I can't stop loving you"... my heart ached so much as the Uilean pipes backed him in his pain and losss and oh how Emmylou's aching version of "Nobody's darlin' but my own was augmented magnicficently by the Irish instrumentation. when oh when will the OH BROTHER WHERE ART THOU folks go over to Dublin and get Paddy Maloney to produce THE consummate Crossover album?? THis one is close and the big sing alone of Goodnight Irene reminded me of the sleepy ends of all night sibg alongs as I was carried off to be tuckec in by aunts and uncles who danced with me til my little feet failed me. The roots of Apppalachia and Erin are so obvious and this CD is a joy for us all. The Reeel that gets us all step-dancing only to find ourselves hearing Ricky Skaggs honoring us with an authentic rendition of The Wabash Canonball was just golden... Oh please do snap up this CD and swing your baby boys and girls in circles as you sing the songs of our joint heritages. Share with them some of what is being lost. THis CD is getting shipped out to all my many aunts and uncles who rocked me to sleep with Irish/apalachia hybrid tunes by way of thanks for the giving me a little something of who we were and who we remain. God bless Paddy Maloney.. and please paddy do an aneitre album of airs with Vince Gill so he can stop singing the garbage ghe has to just to stay on the american charts.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Paddy Moloney and the lads haul over to Nashville where they round up Willie Nelson, Chet Atkins, Don Williams, Ricky Skaggs and a passel of newgrassers such as Jerry Douglas, Bela Fleck, etc. to jam with them on these pop-hick-Celtic crossovers. Generally a pretty strong album, with some interesting angles on familiar terrain. PS - maybe this is where Ricky Skaggs caught the Celtic bug!
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on November 20, 1998
This is a great cd. I would highly recommend it to anyone. you can tell they had a good time making it and the enjoyment really pours through to the music. It is also fun to hear so many tunes you're familiar with done like this. Here's hoping for a sequel.
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Oh how Country and Celtic have so many children in common... And oh how brilliant of Paddy maloney to bring together to butter-soft voices of Country's most authentic tradition bearers to sing songs we all know highlighted by elder melodies that may have spawned them. Let me give youan example... When I first heard Don William's chococalety smooth Baritone luanch into "I can't stop loving you"... my heart ached so much as the Uilean pipes backed him in his pain and losss and oh how Emmylou's aching version of "Nobody's darlin' but my own was augmented magnicficently by the Irish instrumentation. when oh when will the OH BROTHER WHERE ART THOU folks go over to Dublin and get Paddy Maloney to produce THE consummate Crossover album?? THis one is close and the big sing alone of Goodnight Irene reminded me of the sleepy ends of all night sibg alongs as I was carried off to be tuckec in by aunts and uncles who danced with me til my little feet failed me. The roots of Apppalachia and Erin are so obvious and this CD is a joy for us all. The Reeel that gets us all step-dancing only to find ourselves hearing Ricky Skaggs honoring us with an authentic rendition of The Wabash Canonball was just golden... Oh please do snap up this CD and swing your baby boys and girls in circles as you sing the songs of our joint heritages. Share with them some of what is being lost. THis CD is getting shipped out to all my many aunts and uncles who rocked me to sleep with Irish/apalachia hybrid tunes by way of thanks for the giving me a little something of who we were and who we remain. God bless Paddy Maloney.. and please paddy do an aneitre album of airs with Vince Gill so he can stop singing the garbage ghe has to just to stay on the american charts.
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on October 13, 2007
I'm completely happy with my purchase of this CD. It with take you thru different moods and styles. Killybegs for Irish-flavored country to the sublime Nobody's Darlin' But Mine with Emmylou Harris. Really nice rendition of Cotton-Eyed Joe, a real foot stomper. I play tracks from this CD on my radio show called The Fitz Mix. Paddy Maloney and the Chieftains are very good at producing wonderfully mixed recordings.
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Another Country clearly ties our country roots to the folk music of Ireland and the northland of Europe . It gives me additional interest in restudyin Doc and Merle Watson, Vassar Clements, Bill Monroe and the Nashville sound of the 50's to 70's.
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on August 26, 2013
If you love Irish music, the Chieftains have to be a first stop. However, this cd, which was the first of three made in Nashville by the Chieftains, melds seamlessly the folk music of Ireland and American country music, with many giants in country contributing. Well worth a listen. michael
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on May 13, 2013
The first cut I heard from this album whetted my appetite for the album and I came here to order it. It came to me almost effortlessly and inexpensively. I was and am very satisfied with the result.
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on June 1, 2014
THis CD is a "must have" for Chieftan loving fans, I bought 4 as gifts and although my recipient had 2 of them already I didn't so not a single one was returned for credit. Share the love!
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