Bringing It All Back Home, Vol. 3

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All Music Guide - William Ruhlmann
The 1991 five-hour television documentary Bringing It All Back Home, tracing the Irish cultural and population migrations across the world, ran on the BBC in England and in Ireland, and a two-CD soundtrack album was spun off from it. In 1999, producer Donal Lunny took the material, added some newly recorded and previously unissued performances, and put together three CDs for reissue, of which this is the third. While it hews to the same theme as the TV series and the first two volumes, combining traditional performances of traditional Irish tunes with more contemporary and diverse music that was influenced by Irish music, the balance here is more toward the older ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - William Ruhlmann
The 1991 five-hour television documentary Bringing It All Back Home, tracing the Irish cultural and population migrations across the world, ran on the BBC in England and in Ireland, and a two-CD soundtrack album was spun off from it. In 1999, producer Donal Lunny took the material, added some newly recorded and previously unissued performances, and put together three CDs for reissue, of which this is the third. While it hews to the same theme as the TV series and the first two volumes, combining traditional performances of traditional Irish tunes with more contemporary and diverse music that was influenced by Irish music, the balance here is more toward the older material. The Everly Brothers, An Emotional Fish, and Luka Bloom are among the contemporary acts contributing tracks, but there is much more here that looks back to Irish traditions than forward to Irish influence. There are interesting juxtapositions, to be sure: De Dannan & Friends tackle a gospel number, "Operator," in Harlem; and Rita and Sara Keane, traditional Irish singer Dolores Keane's aunts, perform "A Stór Mo Chroi" in English as "Oh, love of my heart." But in general, the third volume of Bringing It All Back Home remains closer to home than its predecessors.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/7/2000
  • Label: Valley
  • UPC: 618321501320
  • Catalog Number: 15013
  • Sales rank: 262,588

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Equinox (5:17)
  2. 2 You Couldn't Have Come at a Better Time (3:44)
  3. 3 Moran's Return - Noilaig Casey (2:56)
  4. 4 All Messed Up (4:03)
  5. 5 Glen Road to Carrick/The Wild Irish Man - Seamus Glackin (2:19)
  6. 6 Thousands Are Sailing (4:53)
  7. 7 Cooler at the Edge (4:48)
  8. 8 Tunes - Eilish Byrne (2:37)
  9. 9 Easter Snow - Catherine Ennis (3:55)
  10. 10 A Stór Mo Chroí - Sara Keane (3:57)
  11. 11 Blue - Máire Né Bhraonáin (4:25)
  12. 12 An T-Aiséirí - The Monks OF Glenstall Abbey (3:41)
  13. 13 Don't Let Our Love Die (2:18)
  14. 14 Operator - Friend (4:56)
  15. 15 Carolanas Farwell to Music - Maire Ni Chathasaigh (4:36)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Russ Barenberg Acoustic Guitar
Dolores Keane Vocals
Mary Black Vocals
Luka Bloom Guitar
The Everly Brothers Track Performer
Albert Lee Electric Guitar
An Emotional Fish Track Performer
Pierce Turner Track Performer
Frankie Gavin Fiddle, Flute, Piano
Maire Ni Chathasaigh Harp
Eileen Ivers Fiddle
Nollaig Casey Track Performer
Philip Chevron Guitar
Sonny Condell Guitar, Vocals
Pat Crowley Accordion
James Delaney Keyboards
Anto Drennan Guitar
Alec Finn Bouzouki, Harmonica
Kevin Glackin Fiddle
Paddy Glackin Fiddle
Seamus Glackin Fiddle
Roy M. "Junior" Husky Bass
Pam Johnson Vocals
Bambi Jones Vocals
Arty McGlynn Guitar
Paul Moran Percussion, Drums
Roderic Morris Percussion
Mark O'Connor Mandolin
Maura O'Connell Vocals
Liam O'Flynn uillean pipes
Davy Spillane Human Whistle, uillean pipes
Nóirín Ní Riain Vocals
Technical Credits
Dónal Lunny Producer
Luka Bloom Contributor
Jason Becker Composer
Bobby Casey Contributor
Andrew Boland Engineer
Kevin Glackin Arranger
Paddy Glackin Arranger
Seamus Glackin Arranger
Charles Lawson Mastering
Arty McGlynn Arranger
Liam O'Flynn Arranger
Bruce Talbot Executive Producer
Bob Wynne Art Direction
Nuala O'Connor Liner Notes
John Bowe Contributor
Roger Sherlock Arranger
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