The Long Black Veil - The Chieftains

The Long Black Veil

The Chieftains

  • Genre: World
  • Release Date: 1995-01-24
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 13

  • ℗ 1995, BMG Music

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Mo Ghile Mear ("Our Hero") The Chieftains & Sting 3:19 USD 1.29
2
The Long Black Veil The Chieftains 3:37 USD 1.29
3
The Foggy Dew The Chieftains 5:21 USD 1.29
4
Have I Told You Lately That I The Chieftains 4:39 USD Album Only
5
Changing Your Demeanour The Chieftains 3:16 USD 1.29
6
The Lily of the West The Chieftains 5:09 USD 1.29
7
Coast of Malabar The Chieftains 6:00 USD 1.29
8
Dunmore Lassies The Chieftains 5:14 USD 1.29
9
Love Is Teasin' The Chieftains 4:36 USD 1.29
10
He Moved Through the Fair The Chieftains 4:54 USD 1.29
11
Ferny Hill The Chieftains 3:42 USD 1.29
12
Tennessee Waltz/Tennessee Mazu The Chieftains 3:58 USD 1.29
13
The Rocky Road to Dublin The Chieftains 5:04 USD 1.29

Reviews

  • Old New Old New

    5
    By Seeekme
    I had this album on tape back in 95 and it had such haunting and yet beautiful sounds utilizing the pop artists at the time. I wore the tape out and over the years thought about finding it in digital format. With the emergence of philip philips and mumford and sons the sound has started to come full circle. I am adding it to my digital library and have a feeling that these old new songs and tones will be revisited as well.
  • The foggy dew

    5
    By Zogly
    Love the foggy dew.
  • Pretty Good.

    4
    By BrianSwaldi
    Overall the album is fairly good. They are at their best with instrumental songs. This was a nice attempt to include some great figures in music. The song Long Black Veil is one of the all time great Celtic songs. It is even one of the all time Mick Jagger songs - which is really saying something. Classic. Some songs are fairly boring. When it comes to The Chieftains, more upbeat songs are their more engaging. Many songs on this album are slower and more languid. Coast of Malabar, for instance, is a very well written song, but in practice it's a snoozer. The importance of The Chieftains to modern Celtic and even folk music cannot be understated. They are The Beatles of their genre. Bands like The Pogues and Gaelic Storm are who they are because of The Chieftains. Much like The Beatles, however, they were not perfect.
  • Best album ever!

    5
    By JodiPeyote
    You have to buy this, I promise you won't regret it. My dad rocked to this when I was younger. It made me teary eyed to hear Dunmore Lassies.. That's my fav:) Awesome awesome album.
  • Amazing Memories

    5
    By mcath4
    When I was in grade school in the early nineties, I used to Irish dance, and I remember picking out the most upbeat songs and making up a dance to them. I swear, I got chills when I listened to this album again. :P
  • The Long Black Veil

    5
    By sunsetsully
    I finally broke down and downloaded this album from ITUNES. It is hands down one of my favorite hybrid albums. welcome to 2010 Lol Must have. Wore out my 2nd cd of this album.
  • great album

    4
    By Persephinae
    this is a great album featuring awesome collaborations :) 1,3,8,10 are my faves :D
  • Incredible performances

    5
    By Mellie Irish
    I adore this album. Mick Jagger is incredible on The Long Black Veil. I also loved The Rocky Road to Dublin.
  • Awesome!

    5
    By tfindian
    Mick Jagger on "The Long Black Veil"...............Haunting!
  • A Must Have

    5
    By mquirk12
    This album is incredible in it's depth and stellar cast. The Chieftains do some amazing collaborations on this album. The clear standouts are "The Foggy Dew" w/ Sinead O'Connor to start. Her vocals send chills down your spine transporting you to the scene of the Easter Uprising. The Dunmore Lassies is another standout for anyone who is a fan of slide guitar. Ry Cooder does another masterful collaboration by doing the slide work on this one. The Lily of the West is a wonderful story of a lover wronged, told by Mark Knopfler. The chorus is played by the Chieftains. There is a good version of "Have I Told You Lately" adding flutes, and pipes. "He Moved Through the Fair" is another great one.

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