The Chieftains - The Chieftains 5 album
The fifth album by the Chieftains was also their best, and their first one to cross over, at least in America - where it was originally issued by the Island label - to progressive rock audiences.
The Chieftains - O'Sullivan's March. The Chieftains - Women of Ireland, Morning Dew (Barry Lyndon . The Chieftains - The Star of the County Down (Live Over Ireland).
Cultural ambassadors, The Chieftains started their journey in Ireland in 1962. Since then they have won six Grammy Awards and are highly recognized for reinventing traditional Irish music on a contemporary and international scale
Tracklist: 1. The Timpán Reel, 2. Tabhair Dom Do Lámh (Give Me Your Hand), 3. Three Kerry Polkas, 4. Ceol Bhriotánach (Breton Music), 5. The Chieftains’ Knock On The Door, 6. The Robber’s Glen, 7. An Ghé Agus Grá Geal (The Goose And Bright Love), 8. The Humours Of Carolan, 9. Samhradh, Samhradh (Summertime, Summertime), 10. Kerry Slides. 3. Three Kerry Polkas. 4. Ceol Bhriotánach (Breton Music). 5. The Chieftains’ Knock On The Door. 6. The Robber’s Glen. 7. An Ghé Agus Grá Geal (The Goose And Bright Love).
The Chieftains are a traditional Irish band formed in Dublin in 1963, by Paddy Moloney, Sean Potts and Michael Tubridy. Their sound, which is almost entirely instrumental and largely built around uilleann pipes, has become synonymous with traditional Irish music and they are regarded as having helped popularise Irish music across the world. They have won six Grammys during their career and they were given a Lifetime Achievement Award at the prestigious BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards in 2002.
This album has an average beat per minute of 121 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 77/166 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist The Chieftains 5. 1. The Tiompán Reel. BPM Profile The Chieftains 5. Album starts at BPM, ends at 77BPM (+77), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by The Chieftains.
The Chieftains' Knock on the Door, 07:16. The Robbers' Glen, 03:51. Samhradh, Samhradh (Summertime, Summertime), 04:07.
The Chieftains 5 is an album by The Chieftains. It was the band's first album as a professional group. Derek Bell played the tiompan (the Irish hammered dulcimer) for the first time on this album. This was also the last album appearance of Peader Mercier before he left the group. The Timpán Reel" – 3:12. Tabhair dom do Lámh (Give me your Hand)" – 2:37. Three Kerry Polkas" – 2:54. Ceol Bhriotánach (Breton Music)" – 5:08. The Chieftains' Knock on the Door" – 7:16. The Robber's Glen" – 3:51
|A1||The Timpán Reel|
|A2||Samhradh, Samhradh (Summertime, Summertime)|
|A3||Three Kerry Polkas|
|A4||Ceol Bhriotánach (Breton Music)|
|A5||The Chieftains' Knock On The Door|
|B1||The Robber's Glen|
|B2||An Ghé Agus Grá Geal (The Goose And Bright Love)|
|B3||The Humours Of Carolan|
|B4||Tabhair Dom Do Lámh (Give Me Your Hand)|
|ILPS9334||The Chieftains||The Chieftains 5 (LP, Album, RE)||Island Records||ILPS9334||UK||1975|
|4CC 16||The Chieftains||The Chieftains 5 (Cass, Album)||Claddagh Records||4CC 16||UK & Ireland||Unknown|
|82991||The Chieftains||The Chieftains 5 (LP, Album)||CBS||82991||UK||1975|
|31 00 305||The Chieftains||The Chieftains 5 (Cass, Album, Gat)||Polydor||31 00 305||Spain||1976|
|ILPS 9334||The Chieftains||The Chieftains 5 (LP, Album)||Island Records||ILPS 9334||Canada||1975|