Each Little Thing [Bonus Track]

Each Little Thing [Bonus Track]

by Sharon Shannon
     
 

View All Available Formats & Editions

The follow-up to 1994's Out the Gap, Each Little Thing is full of pleasant surprises at every turn. After playing a predominantly traditional Irish-based accordion with Arcady, the Waterboys, and on her solo debut, Sharon Shannon displays her diverse and esoteric nature inSee more details below

Overview

The follow-up to 1994's Out the Gap, Each Little Thing is full of pleasant surprises at every turn. After playing a predominantly traditional Irish-based accordion with Arcady, the Waterboys, and on her solo debut, Sharon Shannon displays her diverse and esoteric nature in several instances. "Kids" is a bouncy piece featuring fine playing by guitarist Steve Cooney, which cleverly segues into Fleetwood Mac's "Never Going Back Again." Emanating from "Bonnie Mulligan" is an Aaron Copland vibe, where Winnie Horan (Solas) leads the hoedown with some commanding fiddle playing. The underlying electric guitar adds interesting layering. "The Bag of Cats" brandishes a heavy programmed rhythm by Oisin Lunny, and Shannon lays down her box in favor of the fiddle to duel it out with Mary Custy. Chanteuse Kirsty MacColl renders a seductive reading of "Libertango" as Shannon assumes the role of strolling French accordionist with aplomb and savoir faire. "El Mercado Testaccio" is a delightful Inti-Illimani tune that, despite the hammer dulcimer and bouzouki, sounds amazingly South American. Donal Lunny does an excellent job of piecing this album together, allowing the songs to flow gracefully. His bouzouki playing and Trevor Hutchinson's double bass provide a stable rhythm section capable of chauffeuring Shannon to whichever destination she fancies. [This version of the album includes bonus material.]

Read More

Product Details

Release Date:
03/15/2005
Label:
Compass Records
UPC:
0766397439921
catalogNumber:
974399
Rank:
196375

Tracks

  1. Mouth of the Tobique: Lad O"Beirnes/Dowds Favourite/The Mouth of ..."
  2. Kids: Fead an Fhiolair/Never Going Back Again
  3. Bonnie Mulligan
  4. Each Little Thing (Diarmuid's March)
  5. The Bag of Cats: The Barrow Burn Reel/Lexie Macskills/The Trip to Windsor
  6. Libertango
  7. Rathlin Island: Rathlin Island/Sporting Paddy
  8. Leaving Brittany: Leaving Brittany/George Peoples
  9. Dance of the Honeybees
  10. Micho Russells: With Her Lovely Long Hair (Flowing Down Her Back ...)
  11. El Mercado Testaccio (The Statue Market)
  12. The Ivory and the Quill (Reels)
  13. The Bag of Cats

Read More

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Sharon Shannon   Primary Artist,Fiddle,Accordion,Vocals,Human Whistle
Dónal Lunny   Bouzouki,Guitar,Percussion,Keyboards,Bodhran,Electric Bouzouki
Kirsty MacColl   Vocals,Background Vocals
Michael O'Brien   Fiddle
Tommy Peoples   Fiddle
Steve Cooney   Guitar,Didjeridu
Graham Henderson   Piano,Hammond Organ,Hammond B3
Trevor Hutchinson   Double Bass
Adele O'Dwyer   Cello
Winifred Horan   Fiddle
John McSherry   Pipe,Human Whistle,Low Whistle
Mary Shannon   Mandolin
Ray Fean   Drums
Mary Custy   Fiddle
Barry Carroll   Hammered Dulcimer
Donogh Hennessy   Acoustic Guitar,Electric Guitar
Frankie Lane   Dobro,Pedal Steel Guitar,Accordion
Stephen Cooney   Guitar

Technical Credits

Dónal Lunny   Composer,Producer,Digital Editing
Astor Piazzolla   Composer
Lindsey Buckingham   Composer
Peter Ostroushko   Composer
Sharon Shannon   Composer
Steve Cooney   Composer,Digital Editing
Johnny Cunningham   Composer
Charlie Lennon   Composer
Tim Martin   Digital Editing
Brian McNeill   Composer
John McSherry   Whistle
Ciaran Byrne   Digital Editing
Horacio Salinas   Composer
Oisin Lunny   Composer,Programming,Remixing,beats
Dan R. MacDonald   Composer
Ciaran Cahill   Digital Editing
Junior Crehan   Composer
Richard Dwyer   Composer
B. Reynolds   Composer
Traditional   Composer
John Sherwood   Remixing
Finbarr Dwyer   Composer
Stephen Cooney   Composer

Read More

Customer Reviews

Average Review:

Write a Review

and post it to your social network

     

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

See all customer reviews >