Waking Ned DeVine/O.S.T.

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All Music Guide - Jason Ankeny
The soundtrack to the acclaimed Waking Ned Devine is packed with songs and sounds wonderfully evocative of the tiny Irish sea town which is the film's setting; most notable is the inclusion of the title track to the Waterboys' 1988 masterpiece Fisherman's Blues, a record which anticipated the contemporary vogue for traditional Irish music by close to a decade and which now might finally begin earning the recognition it's so long deserved.
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Jason Ankeny
The soundtrack to the acclaimed Waking Ned Devine is packed with songs and sounds wonderfully evocative of the tiny Irish sea town which is the film's setting; most notable is the inclusion of the title track to the Waterboys' 1988 masterpiece Fisherman's Blues, a record which anticipated the contemporary vogue for traditional Irish music by close to a decade and which now might finally begin earning the recognition it's so long deserved.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/3/1998
  • Label: Decca
  • UPC: 028946093924
  • Catalog Number: 460939
  • Sales rank: 3,415

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Shaun Davey Primary Artist, Keyboards
The Waterboys Track Performer
Rita Connolly Vocals
Nollaig Casey Fiddle
Gerry Cullen Vocals
Noel Eccles Percussion
Gary Kettel Percussion
Fran McPhail Vocals
Liam Ó Maonlaí Vocals, Human Whistle, Bodhran
Fiachra Trench Conductor
John McSherry Human Whistle, uillean pipes
Paul Clarvis Percussion
Phil Callery Vocals
Colm O'Maonlai Vocals
James Nesbitt Vocals
Technical Credits
Shaun Davey Producer
Liam Ó Maonlaí translation
Mike Scott Producer
Austin Ince Engineer
Bill Somerville-Large Engineer
Mary Kettle Mastering
Sticky Fingaz Liner Notes
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A great film of the Emerald Isle

    Over all, I thought that Waking Ned Divine was a movie of the true Irish spirit. Set in a tiny rural villiage on an island off the east coast of Ireland, this film was very well done with great acting. I have never before seen such a real portrayel of modern rural Ireland.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    The BEST movie soundtrack that I have ever heard!!!!!

    Shaun Davey, the master composer of Irish music is at his best! He just weaves magic around the listener casting us in a spell we would never want to come out of. The album begins out with ''Let the draw begin'', which is just Irish Music at its best. It is just a taste of what is to come. After that follow, Red Herrings ,Maggie and Finn, ..., Lux Eterna, .., Parting Glass. Even if they sold each of these songs as a seperate CD, I would have bought all 15 of them. If you like Irish music, this is what you need, the best album that I ever bought in my life!

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