- Release Date:
- 429 Records
Performance CreditsYoung Dubliners Primary Artist
Kenny Wayne Shepherd Guitar,Guest Appearance
Tim Boland Guitar,Keyboards,Vocals
Brendan Holmes Bass Guitar,Vocals,Group Member
Keith Roberts Acoustic Guitar,Vocals
Eric Rigler Human Whistle,uillean pipes,Guest Appearance
Dave Ingraham Percussion,Drums,Vocals,Group Member
Ken Sluiter Guitar,Keyboards,Vocals
Bob Boulding Acoustic Guitar,Electric Guitar,Vocals,Group Member
Cindy Wasserman Vocals,Guest Appearance
Chas Waltz Violin,Keyboards,Vocals
Technical CreditsTim Boland Producer,Engineer,Audio Production
Young Dubliners Composer
David Alan Kogut Art Direction
Ken Sluiter Audio Production
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Saints and Sinners based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
I'm a big fan of the Young Dubliners- even helped raise some money for them when their instruments were stolen in 2008. Having said that, I would still tell the boys that this is not their strongest album. It has several good tunes, and I won't be hiding it away, but some past albums have shown a bit more spark. I think the best tunes on this CD are "Saints and Sinners," "Howaya Girls," and "Rosie." "Saoirse" has some of the sound I've come to expect from the Young Dubliners, and is a good track all by itself. If you like this band, you will like this album. Just don't expect it to bowl you over with a multitude of tracks you will want to hear when you see them live.
I keep listening over and over! There isn't even a song I skip over. Full of their characteristic energy and genre-defying Irish style!
I LOVE LOVE this band. Great Irish roots with a brilliant ROCK twist. All the musicians in this band are truly talented. I recommend this to everyone. RUN RUN get it NOW.