The Long Black Veil is an album by the traditional Irish folk band The Chieftains. Released in 1995, it is one of the most popular and best selling albums by the band. It reached number 17 in the album charts. The band teamed up with well-known musicians such as Mick Jagger of the Rolling Stones and Van Morrison. The album went gold in the . and Australia, and Double-Platinum in Ireland.
The Chieftains With Mick Jagger. Didgeridoo – Steve CooneyDouble Bass – James ic Bass – Darryl JonesGuitar, Mandolin – Colin James (8)Vocals – Mick JaggerWritten-By – Danny Dill, Marijohn Wilkin. 3. –The Chieftains With Sinéad O'Connor. The Foggy Dew. Drums – Tommy IgoeElectric Guitar, Mandola, Slide Guitar – Ry CooderPanpipes – Carlos NúñezVocals – Sinéad O'Connor. 4. –The Chieftains With Van Morrison. 7. –The Chieftains With Ry Cooder. Accordion – James KeaneCo-producer – Ry CooderVocals, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Slide Guitar – Ry Cooder.
The Long Black Veil is an album by the traditional Irish folk band The Chieftains. . The Tennessee Waltz/Mazurka was recorded at Frank Zappa's studio not long before he died Track listing. Mo Ghile Mear" (Our Hero) (with Sting & Anúna) – 3:22. The Long Black Veil" (with Mick Jagger) – 3:38. The Foggy Dew" (with Sinéad O'Connor) – 5:20.
This song is by The Chieftains, features Mick Jagger and appears on the album The Long Black Veil (1995). This song is a cover of "The Long Black Veil" by Lefty Frizzell. Ten years ago, on a cold dark nightSomeone was killed 'neath the town hall lightJust a few at the scene and they all did agreeThat the man who ran looked a lot like me. Have I Told You Lately That I Love You?" (with Van Morrison) – 4:40.
Album · 1995 · 12 Songs. The Chieftains & Sting. 2. The Long Black Veil. 5:21. Have I Told You Lately That I Love You? 4:39. 5. Changing Your Demeanour. More By The Chieftains. See All. Irish Heartbeat. Further Down the Old Plank Road.
The Long Black Veil, 03:37. The Foggy Dew, 05:21. Have I Told You Lately That I Love You?, 04:39. Changing Your Demeanour, 03:16. The Lily of the West, 05:09. Coast of Malabar, 06:00. Dunmore Lassies, 05:14. Amy Winehouse Back To Black. Ultima FM. Imagine Dragons Natural.
A major collaboration album featuring some of the biggest artists in the music world, such as Sting, Mick Jagger and The Rolling Stones, Sinéad O’ Connor, Van Morrison, Tom Jones, Marianne Faithfull, Ry Cooder and Mark Knopfler, performing some of the best loved and known Irish tunes, ballads and songs. It is one of The Chieftains’ most successful albums to date. The track ‘Have I Told You Lately’ won a Grammy award for ‘Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals’ in 1996. The Long Black Veil’ was also nominated for 2 other Grammys in the same year.
Mo Ghile Mear (Our Hero)
The Long Black Veil
Danny Dill / Marijohn Wilkin
feat: Mick Jagger
The Foggy Dew
feat: Sinéad O'Connor
Have I Told You Lately
The Chieftains / Van Morrison
feat: Van Morrison
Changing Your Demeanour
The Lily of the West
feat: Mark Knopfler
Coast of Malabar
feat: Ry Cooder
feat: Ry Cooder
Love Is Teasin'
feat: Marianne Faithfull
He Moved Through the Fair
feat: Sinéad O'Connor
Tennessee Waltz/Tennessee Masurka
Pee Wee King / Paddy Moloney / Redd Stewart
The Rocky Road to Dublin
feat: The Rolling Stones
Anúna - Performer Brendan Begley - Accordion Derek Bell - Harp, Keyboards, Timpani, Tiompan James Blennerhassett - Bass, Double Bass Andrew Boland - Engineer Liam Bradley - Drums Paul Brady - Arranger, Guitar Shawn R. Britton - Mastering Jean Butler - Dancer The Chieftains - Band, Composer, Primary Artist Spencer Chrislu - Engineer Spencer Christu - Engineer Kevin Conneff - Bodhran, Composer, Group Member, Vocals Ry Cooder - Arranger, Guest Artist, Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric), Mandocello, Mandola, Mandolin, Performer, Primary Artist, Producer, Vocals Steve Cooney - Didjeridu Phil Coulter - Guest Artist, Piano Joe Csibi - Bass Danny Dill - Composer Dave Dondorf - Assistant, Assistant Engineer Noel Eccles - Drums Marianne Faithfull - Guest Artist, Performer, Primary Artist, Vocals Martin Fay - Fid, Fiddle, Group Member Robert Friedrich - Assistant, Assistant Engineer Caroline Greyshock - Photography Mark Guilbeault - Assistant, Mixing Assistant Troy Halderson - Assistant, Mixing Assistant Kieran Hanrahan - Banjo Bobbie Hanvey - Photography Noel Hazen - Assistant, Mixing Assistant Tommy Igoe - Drums Mick Jagger - Performer, Primary Artist, Vocals Colin James - Guitar, Mandolin Scott Johnson - Art Direction, Artwork Darryl Jones - Bass (Electric), Guitar (Electric) Tom Jones - Guest Artist, Vocals James Keane - Accordion Seán Keane - Fid, Fiddle, Group Member Chris Kimsey - Engineer, Mixing, Producer Pee Wee King - Composer Mark Knopfler - Arranger, Guest Artist, Guitar, Performer, Primary Artist, Vocals John Leftwich - Bass Jeffrey Lesser - Engineer, Mixing Foggy Little - Guitar (Electric) Ned Mann - Bass, Double Bass Brian Masterson - Engineer, Mixing, Vocals (Background) Jason Mauza - Assistant, Mixing Assistant Arty McGlynn - Guitar (Acoustic) Michael McGlynn - Choir/Chorus, Leader Alastair McMillan - Assistant, Assistant Engineer, Mixing Assistant Mary McShane - Assistant, Assistant Engineer Dominic Miller - Guitar Wally Minko - Piano Matt Molloy - Composer, Flute, Group Member Paddy Moloney - Arranger, Composer, Group Member, Liner Notes, Pipe, Producer, Tin Whistle, Uillean Pipes, Whistle (Instrument) Tony Monaco - Graphic Design, Reproduction Jonathon Mooney - Assistant, Assistant Engineer Van Morrison - Composer, Guest Artist, Performer, Primary Artist, Vocals Máirtín O'Connor - Accordion Sinéad O'Connor - Guest Artist, Primary Artist, Vocals Simon Osborne - Engineer Chuck Pulin - Photography The Rolling Stones - Band, Guest Artist, Performer, Primary Artist Nicky Scott - Bass Allen Sides - Mixing J.J. Stelmach - Art Direction, Artwork David Stephenson - Photography Redd Stewart - Composer Sting - Guest Artist, Primary Artist, Vocals Traditional - Composer Arthur Tress - Cover Photo, Photography Terry Tulley - Bagpipes, Scottish Pipes Marijohn Wilkin - Composer
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