Live from Nashville

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All Music Guide - Jon O'Brien
Fulfilling a lifelong ambition, Live from Nashville is the first of Irish crooner Daniel O'Donnell's 11 PBS specials to be recorded in the home of country music. A souvenir of the 2011 show at the Ryman Auditorium in Music City U.S.A., this 18-track collection includes material taken from his 2008 country & western release, Country Boy ("I'm Going to Be a Country Boy Again," "Ring of Fire"), alongside performances of classic standards from the likes of John Denver ("Thank God I'm a Country Boy"), Eddie Miller ("Please Release Me"), and Hank Williams ("Jambalaya [On the Bayou]") and traditional Irish folk songs including early 20th century ballad "Danny Boy," Irish ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Jon O'Brien
Fulfilling a lifelong ambition, Live from Nashville is the first of Irish crooner Daniel O'Donnell's 11 PBS specials to be recorded in the home of country music. A souvenir of the 2011 show at the Ryman Auditorium in Music City U.S.A., this 18-track collection includes material taken from his 2008 country & western release, Country Boy ("I'm Going to Be a Country Boy Again," "Ring of Fire"), alongside performances of classic standards from the likes of John Denver ("Thank God I'm a Country Boy"), Eddie Miller ("Please Release Me"), and Hank Williams ("Jambalaya [On the Bayou]") and traditional Irish folk songs including early 20th century ballad "Danny Boy," Irish immigrant tale "Isle of Hope," and a cover of Billy O'Dwyer's more contemporary "Tipperary Girl," which appeared on his most recent effort, Moon Over Ireland. Joining him in the celebration of all things country are Grammy-winning legend Charley Pride, who lends his smooth baritone vocals to the duet of his '60s hit "Crystal Chandeliers," longtime singing partner Mary Duff, who contributes to the jaunty rendition of Don Williams' "Love Me Tonight," and wife Majella, who showcases her talents on a cover version of Patsy Cline's "I Love You Honey." Unashamedly old-fashioned, Live from Nashville is unlikely to appeal to anyone younger than the rows of pensioners who can be seen mouthing every word on the TV special, but it's a feel-good listen that cements O'Donnell's status as his homeland's premier easy listening balladeer.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/16/2011
  • Label: Dptv Media
  • UPC: 796539006728
  • Catalog Number: 67
  • Sales rank: 59,582

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Daniel O'Donnell Primary Artist
Charley Pride Guest Appearance
Stephen Milne Musician
Tony Murray Musician
Scott Vestal Musician
Trionagh Moore Background Vocals
John Staunton Musician
Ronnie Kennedy Musician
Kevin Sheerin Musician
Eamon McLoughlin Musician
Mary Duff Guest Appearance
Leon McCrum Background Vocals
Majella O'Donnell Guest Appearance
Rosa Vestal Dancer
Nigel Connell Background Vocals, Musician
Technical Credits
Buffy Sainte-Marie Composer
Noel Kelehan Arranger
Bob McDill Composer
Stephen Milne Arranger
Hank Williams Composer
Merle Kilgore Composer
Daniel O'Donnell Composer
Barry Tashian Composer
John Tate Arranger
W.S. Stevenson Composer
Traditional Composer
Holly Tashian Composer
Eddie Miller Composer
Brendan Graham Composer
Ray McLoughlin Arranger
John Martin Sommers Composer
Forrest Lee Bibbee Jr. Composer
June Carter Composer
Robert Gene Yount Composer
Raymond Mc Loyghlin Composer
Hughie Boyle Stage Sound
Pamela A. Brown Composer
Joseph Raymond McShane Composer
John Ryan Arranger, Musical Director
William Maurice O'Dwyer Composer
William James Pebworth Composer
Thomas P. Glaser Composer
Theodore Harris Composer
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