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The Jeremiahs: The Jeremiahs

The Jeremiahs: The Jeremiahs (The Jeremiahs)

The Jeremiahs
The Jeremiahs

The Jeremiahs (CD, Ireland, 8 November 2014)

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Recorded and mixed by James Ryan at Pluais Studio, Áras Chrónáin, Dublin;
Mastered by Alvin Sweeney;
Art and Design by Benjamin Erler

Folk Radio UK review by Johnny Whalley

Musicians

Joe Gibney: vocals, whistle;
James Ryan: guitar, bouzouki;
Jean-Christophe Morel: fiddle

with
Trevor Hutchinson: double bass [1-3, 5-6, 9-10]

Tracks

  1. The Luggites (5.17)
  2. Mary (4.05)
  3. Mayday (6.10)
  4. Forgotten Sons (4.09)
  5. 25 O'Clock (5.23)
  6. Hog-Eye Man (Roud 331) (3.32)
  7. The King of Rome (5.32)
  8. Injee (5.23)
  9. The North Sea Holes (2.39)
  10. The Midnight Muse (3.25)

All tracks composed and arranged by The Jeremiahs except
Track 2 Adam Holmes;
Track 6 trad.;
Track 7 Dave Sudbury;
Tracks 8, 10 Finbarr English;
Track 9 Ewan MacColl

> Folk Music > Records > The Jeremiahs: The Femme Fatale of Maine

The Jeremiahs: The Femme Fatale of Maine

The Jeremiahs: The Femme Fatale of Maine (The Jeremiahs)

The Femme Fatale of Maine
The Jeremiahs

The Jeremiahs (CD, Ireland, 3 September 2017)

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The Jeremiahs (Joe Gibney, Julien Bruneteau, Niamh Varian-Barry, James Ryan) at St Simeon, Hamburg, Germany, on 15 September 2022; photo Reinhard Zierke
The Jeremiahs (Joe Gibney, Julien Bruneteau, Niamh Varian-Barry, James Ryan) at St Simeon, Hamburg, Germany, on 15 September 2022; photo Reinhard Zierke

Recorded and mixed by Trevor Hutchinson, Marguerite Studios, Dublin;
Photography, artwork and design by Colin Gillen

Folk Radio UK review by Johnny Whalley

Musicians

Joe Gibney: vocals, stomp box;
James Ryan: guitar, bouzouki, harmonica, backing vocals;
Jean-Christophe Morel: fiddle, bouzouki, shakers

with
Julien Bruneteau: flutes [4, 9-10];
The Henry Girls: backing vocals [6];
Trevor Hutchinson: double bass

Tracks

  1. The Wild Barrow Road (3.47)
  2. The Femme Fatale of Maine (3.20)
  3. This Boy (3.02)
  4. Spring Fling (6.21)
  5. Passage West (5.01)
  6. Baby Don't Go (4.53)
  7. Croix Rousse (6.53)
  8. The Plough & Stars (3.51)
  9. A Summer Night (4.06)
  10. Derry Gaol (3.27)

All tracks composed and arranged by The Jeremiahs except
Track 5 John Spillane;
Track 10 Alan Burke, Tim Potts

> Folk Music > Records > Niamh Varian-Barry: Wings

Niamh Varian-Barry: Wings

Niamh Varian-Barry: Wings (Niamh Varian-Barry NVB001)

Wings
Niamh Varian-Barry

Niamh Varian-Barry NVB001 (CD, Ireland, 5 May 2018)

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Recorded and mixed by Donogh Hennessy at Studio Mhic an Daill, Dingle, Co. Kerry;
Mastered by John Baker in Philadelphia,
Album layout and design by Peter Staunton of Productions.ie;
Cover photo by Ciúin Ní Threasaigh

Musicians

Niamh Varian-Barry: violin [2-10], viola [1-2, 4-6, 9], vocals [1, 3, 6, 9, 11];
Gerry O'Beirne: guitar [1, 3], 5-string banjo [11];
Donogh Hennessy: guitar [9];
Eamon McElholm: piano [1, 5];
Peter Staunton: accordion [7];
Oliver Boekhoorn: oboe [4], cor anglais [4-5];
Natalie Haas: cello [1-2, 4-5];
Dan Bodwell: double bass [3, 6, 9];
Aidan Dunphy: percussion [1, 6, 9]

Tracks

  1. Dusty Little Wings (5.04)
  2. Padrino (4.08)
  3. The Lark of Mayfield (3.53)
  4. Here We Go (3.53)
  5. She's Here (2.48)
  6. Tar Éis an Bháistigh (2.29)
  7. Gerry Barry's (4.48)
  8. Escapade in A minor (2.46)
  9. I Have Been Loved (3.44)
  10. Dancing the Baby (4.06)
  11. Satisfied Mind (3.57)

Tracks 1, 2a, 4-7, 10 Niahm Varian-Barry;
Track 2b trad. arr. Niamh Varian-Barry;
Tracks 3, 9 Ger Wolfe;
Track 8 Zoë Conway;
Track 11 Joe ‘Red’ Hayes, Jack Rhodes arr. Niamh Varian-Barry;

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