Andy Irvine, Sweeney's Men, Mozaik , Andy Irvine & Paul Brady, LAPD - 70th Birthday Concert At Vicar St 2012 mp3 album
Andy Irvine/Paul Brady is an album recorded by Andy Irvine and Paul Brady when they formed a duo, after Planxty broke up on 5 December 1975. 220 For this recording, they were joined by Dónal Lunny and Kevin Burke. It was produced by Lunny and recorded at Rockfield Studios in the autumn of 1976, and released in December 1976 by Mulligan Music Lt. 243–246. Andy Irvine/70th Birthday Concert at Vicar St 2012. Albums with various other artists. Sweeney's Men. Planxty.
The ageless quality of Andy Irvine’s voice wends its way through this celebration, recorded during two concerts in June 2012 to mark his 70th birthday. Many of his multifarious collaborations are here for the taking: from the intimate folk of Sweeney’s Men with Johnny Moynihan and Terry Woods to the storytelling that characterised his work with Paul Brady, not to mention the magnificent rhythmic conundrums of Mozaik
Andy Irvine/70th Birthday Concert at Vicar St 2012. On 16 and 17 June 2012, two concerts took place at Dublin's Vicar Street venue to celebrate Irvine's 70th birthday. He was joined onstage by Paul Brady and various combinations of members of Sweeney's Men, Planxty, Mozaik and LAPD, plus brothers George and Manoli Galiatsos who came unexpectedly all the way from Athens for the concerts. Live from the Powerhouse.
Sweeney's Men – Sweeney's Men. Discovering Eastern Europe and Bulgarian folk music. 1970s: Dónal Lunny, Prosperous, Planxty, Paul Brady, Mick Hanly. Duo with Dónal Lunny – "The Blacksmith". Christy Moore – Prosperous. Planxty ("the black album"). The Well Below The Valley. Cold Blow and the Rainy Night. LAPD (Liam/Andy/Paddy/Dónal). 70th Birthday Concert At Vicar St 2012. Playing Woody Guthrie again. Parachilna with Rens van der Zalm. Selected discography. Selected early acting performances.
Andy has been at the helm of legendary bands like Sweeney’s Men in the mid 60s, to the enormous success of Planxty in the 70s, and then Patrick Street, Mozaik, LAPD and recently Usher’s Island. Andy has been a world music pioneer and an icon for traditional music and musicians. As a soloist, Andy fills the role of the archetypal troubadour with a show and a travelling lifestyle that reflect his lifelong influence, Woody Guthrie
Andy Irvine/70th Birthday Concert at Vicar St 2012. Andy Irvine/Paul Brady. 1. Andy Irvine (musician) – Andrew Kennedy Andy Irvine is an Irish folk musician, singer-songwriter, and a founding member of popular bands Sweeneys Men, Planxty, Patrick Street, Mozaik, LAPD and Ushers Island. He plays the mandolin, mandola, bouzouki, harmonica and hurdy-gurdy, imbued with a sense of social justice, Irvine often selects or writes songs that are based on historical events and presented from the victims perspective.
With Andy Irvine and Paul Brady. Andy Irvine 70th Birthday Concert at Vicar St 2012 (2014), DVD. Mozaik on Tour 2014 (2014), YouTube video. "Andy Irvine is still going strong in his seventies. in Irish Examiner, 5 February 2015. Retrieved on 1 March 2015.
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|1||–LAPD||Kitty's Rambles / The Humours Of Ennistymon
Bagpipes [Uilleann Pipes] – Liam O'FlynnBouzouki – Dónal Lunny*Fiddle – Paddy GlackinMandola – Andy IrvineWritten-By – Trad.*
|2||–Mozaik||Sail Away Ladies / Walking In The Parlor
Bouzouki – Dónal Lunny*Fiddle – Bruce Molsky, Rens Van Der ZalmMandola – Andy IrvineWhistle, Fiddle [Gadulka] – Nikola ParovWritten-By – Trad.*
|3||–Sweeney's Men||Rattlin' Roarin' Willie
Guitar – Terry WoodsHarmonica – Andy IrvineVocals, Bouzouki – Johnny MoynihanWritten-By – Trad.*
Bouzouki – Dónal Lunny*Fiddle – Paddy GlackinTin Whistle – Liam O'FlynnVocals, Bouzouki – Andy IrvineWritten-By – Andy Irvine
|5||–Andy Irvine & Paul Brady With LAPD||The Jolly Soldier / The Blarney Pilgrim
Bouzouki – Dónal Lunny*Fiddle – Paddy GlackinHarmonica, Bouzouki – Andy IrvineTin Whistle – Liam O'FlynnVocals, Mandolin – Paul BradyWritten-By – Trad.*
|6||–George* & Manolis Galiatsos* With Mozaik||In Foreign Lands
Bouzouki – Andy Irvine, Dónal Lunny*Fiddle – Bruce Molsky, Rens Van Der ZalmKaval – Nikola ParovMandola [Octave Mandola] – Manolis Galiatsos*Vocals, Lute – George GaliatsosWritten-By – Trad.*
|7||–Sweeney's Men||My Dearest Dear
Mandola, Harmonica – Andy IrvineMandolin, Chorus – Johnny MoynihanVocals, Guitar – Terry WoodsWritten-By – Trad.*
|8||–Mozaik With Liam O'Flynn||Suleman's Kopanitsa
Bouzouki – Dónal Lunny*Fiddle – Bruce MolskyFiddle [Gadulka], Whistle – Nikola ParovMandola – Andy IrvineMandolin – Rens Van Der ZalmTin Whistle, Bagpipes [Uilleann Pipes] – Liam O'FlynnWritten-By – Trad.*
|9||–Andy Irvine & Paul Brady With Dónal Lunny* & Paddy Glackin||Plains Of Kildare
Bouzouki – Dónal Lunny*Fiddle – Paddy GlackinGuitar, Chorus – Paul BradyVocals, Mandola – Andy IrvineWritten-By – Trad.*
|10||–Mozaik||Romanian Hora / Black Jack Grove
Bouzouki – Dónal Lunny*Fiddle – Bruce Molsky, Rens Van Der ZalmGuitar – Nikola ParovMandola – Andy IrvineWritten-By – Trad.*
|11||–LAPD||West Coast Of Clare
Bouzouki – Dónal Lunny*Fiddle – Paddy GlackinTin Whistle – Liam O'FlynnVocals, Mandola – Andy IrvineWritten-By – Andy Irvine
|12||–LAPD , Paul Brady & Mozaik||A Blacksmith Courted Me / Blacksmithereens
Bagpipes [Uilleann Pipes] – Liam O'FlynnBanjo [5-String] – Bruce MolskyBouzouki – Dónal Lunny*Fiddle – Paddy GlackinGuitar – Paul BradyKaval – Nikola ParovMandolin – Rens Van Der ZalmVocals, Mandola – Andy IrvineWritten-By – Trad.*
- Recorded At – Vicar Street
- Artwork, Photography By – Kumiko Hirata
- Engineer – Jonathan Ford
- Mastered By – Tim Martin
- Producer, Mixed By – Dónal Lunny*
NotesRecorded live at Vicar Street, Dublin 16th & 17th June 2012.
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