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Fire in the Kitchen
     

Fire in the Kitchen

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by The Chieftains
 

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Unbeknownst to some, a healthy Celtic music scene developed in Canada during the '80s and '90s and the Chieftains wisely chose to spotlight the region with Fire in the Kitchen. Every track was recorded with a different artist and, like the group's previous collaborations, the album brings out the best in both the Chieftains and their

Overview

Unbeknownst to some, a healthy Celtic music scene developed in Canada during the '80s and '90s and the Chieftains wisely chose to spotlight the region with Fire in the Kitchen. Every track was recorded with a different artist and, like the group's previous collaborations, the album brings out the best in both the Chieftains and their guests. To casual Celtic fans, Ashley MacIsaac may be the only familiar name here, but Natalie MacMaster, the Great Big Sea, Laura Smith, the Barra MacNeils, Rita MacNeil, La Bottine Souriante, Mary Jane Lamond, the Rankins, Leahy and the Ennis Sisters all give equally compelling performances, helping make Fire in the Kitchen yet another splendid entry in the Chieftains' canon.

Product Details

Release Date:
06/16/1998
Label:
Rca
UPC:
0090266313341
catalogNumber:
63133

Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Chieftains   Primary Artist,Group
Derek Bell   Harp,Tiompan
Matt Molloy   Flute
Rita MacNeil   Vocals,Track Performer
Bottine Souriante   Group,Track Performer
Seán Keane   Fiddle
Great Big Sea   Group,Track Performer
Regent Archambault   Bass
Michel Bordeleau   Acoustic Guitar,Mandolin
Kevin Conneff   Vocals,Bodhran
Bruce Dixon   Bass
Martin Fay   Fiddle
Scott Ferguson   Percussion
Denis Frechette   Piano
Jean Fréchette   Saxophone
Yves Lambert   Accordion,Jew's Harp
Paddy Moloney   uillean pipes,tin whistle
Arty McGlynn   Guitar
André Verreault   Trombone
Dave MacIsaac   Acoustic Guitar
Natalie MacMaster   Fiddle,Dancer,Track Performer
Patrick Moran   Fiddle
John Morris Rankin   Piano
Ashley MacIsaac   Fiddle,Track Performer
Cookie Rankin   Vocals
Heather Rankin   Vocals
Jimmy Rankin   Acoustic Guitar
Raylene Rankin   Vocals
Mary Jane Lamond   Vocals,Track Performer
Leahy   Group,Track Performer
Jocelyn Lapointe   Trumpet
Gordie Sampson   Acoustic Guitar
Ed Woodsworth   Bass Guitar
Wendy MacIsaac   Fiddle,Dancer
Mike Hanrahan   Mandolin
Donnell Leahy   Fiddle
Sean McCann   Vocals,Bodhran,Shaker
Kyle MacNeil   Fiddle,Vocals
Lucy MacNeil   Vocals,Bodhran
Sheumas MacNeil   Piano,Vocals
Stewart MacNeil   Flute,Vocals
Doug Leahy   Fiddle
Frank Leahy   Drums
Erin Leahy   Fiddle,Piano
Maria Leahy   Guitar,Dancer
John Chiasson   Bass
Alan Doyle   Acoustic Guitar,Vocals
Bob Hallett   Accordion,Vocals
Darrell Power   Vocals,Acoustic Bass
Ennis Sisters   Group,Track Performer
Maureen Ennis   Vocals
Karen Ennis   Vocals,tin whistle
Teresa Ennis   Vocals
Robert Ellis   Bass Trombone

Technical Credits

Bottine Souriante   Arranger,Producer
Seán Keane   Arranger
Barra MacNeils   Arranger
Great Big Sea   Arranger
Kevin Conneff   Arranger
Jeffrey Lesser   Engineer
Paddy Moloney   Arranger,Producer,Liner Notes
Brian Masterson   Engineer
Natalie MacMaster   Arranger
Mary Jane Lamond   Arranger
James OMara   Art Direction
Leahy   Arranger
Karl Falkenham   Engineer
Ciaran Cahill   Engineer
Isabelle Cliche   Engineer
Ennis Sisters   Arranger
Spencer Crewe   Engineer

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Fire in the Kitchen 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Mike-K More than 1 year ago
This compilation of Irish music is the best I have. The presentation is excellent in that there is a "knee slapping" selection followed by a ballad number (some sung in Gaelic) followed by another "pick-me-up" number. The song selection is great and the performances wonderful. Everyone who likes Irish music, and this is not a selection of the "traditional" Irish songs, should own this CD.