Irish Heartbeat

~ Release by Van Morrison & The Chieftains (see all versions of this release, 7 available)

Tracklist

CD 1
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1Star of the County Down
recording engineer:
Brian Masterson (from 1987-09 until 1988-01)
producer:
Paddy Moloney and Van Morrison
additional lead vocals:
Kevin Conneff (from 1987-09 until 1988-01)
arranger:
Paddy Moloney and Van Morrison
recorded at:
Windmill Lane Studios (original location, until 1990) in Dublin, County Dublin, Leinster, Ireland (from 1987-09 until 1988-01)
recording of:
Star of the County Down (from 1987-09 until 1988-01)
lyricist:
Cathal McGarvey
composer:
[traditional] (special purpose artist)
version of:
Dives and Lazarus
2:42
2Irish Heartbeat
recording engineer:
Brian Masterson (from 1987-09 until 1988-01)
producer:
Paddy Moloney and Van Morrison
background vocals:
June Boyce (from 1987-09 until 1988-01)
recorded at:
Windmill Lane Studios (original location, until 1990) in Dublin, County Dublin, Leinster, Ireland (from 1987-09 until 1988-01)
recording of:
Irish Heartbeat (from 1987-09 until 1988-01)
lyricist and composer:
Van Morrison
publisher:
Essential Music (logo subtitled "The music of your life"), Exile Publishing Ltd., PolyGram Music Publishing Ltd. and Universal Music Publishing Ltd. (UK subsidiary of Universal Music Publishing Group)
3:52
3Tá Mo Chleamhnas Déanta
recording engineer:
Brian Masterson (from 1987-09 until 1988-01)
producer:
Paddy Moloney and Van Morrison
additional lead vocals:
Kevin Conneff (from 1987-09 until 1988-01)
background vocals:
Mary Black (Irish singer) (from 1987-09 until 1988-01)
performer:
Van Morrison (from 1987-09 until 1988-01)
arranger:
Paddy Moloney and Van Morrison
recorded at:
Windmill Lane Studios (original location, until 1990) in Dublin, County Dublin, Leinster, Ireland (from 1987-09 until 1988-01)
recording of:
Tá Mo Chleamhnas Déanta (from 1987-09 until 1988-01)
lyricist and composer:
[traditional] (special purpose artist)
3:31
4Raglan Road
recording engineer:
Brian Masterson (from 1987-09 until 1988-01)
producer:
Paddy Moloney and Van Morrison
arranger:
Paddy Moloney and Van Morrison
recorded at:
Windmill Lane Studios (original location, until 1990) in Dublin, County Dublin, Leinster, Ireland (from 1987-09 until 1988-01)
recording of:
On Raglan Road (from 1987-09 until 1988-01)
lyricist:
Pádraig Caomhánaigh
composer:
[traditional] (special purpose artist)
4:56
5She Moved Through the Fair
recording engineer:
Brian Masterson (from 1987-09 until 1988-01)
producer:
Paddy Moloney and Van Morrison
arranger:
Paddy Moloney and Van Morrison
recorded at:
Windmill Lane Studios (original location, until 1990) in Dublin, County Dublin, Leinster, Ireland (from 1987-09 until 1988-01)
recording of:
She Moved Through the Fair (arr. Morrison / Moloney) (from 1987-09 until 1988-01)
lyricist and composer:
[traditional] (special purpose artist)
co-arranger:
Paddy Moloney and Van Morrison
publisher:
Chrysalis Music (music publisher, ASCAP-affiliated) and Essential Music (logo subtitled "The music of your life")
arrangement of:
She Moved Through the Fair
4:44
6I’ll Tell Me Ma
recording engineer:
Brian Masterson (from 1987-09 until 1988-01)
producer:
Paddy Moloney and Van Morrison
additional lead vocals:
Kevin Conneff (from 1987-09 until 1988-01)
arranger:
Paddy Moloney and Van Morrison
recorded at:
Windmill Lane Studios (original location, until 1990) in Dublin, County Dublin, Leinster, Ireland (from 1987-09 until 1988-01)
recording of:
I’ll Tell Me Ma (from 1987-09 until 1988-01)
lyricist and composer:
[traditional] (special purpose artist)
part of:
Roud Folk Song Index (number: 2649)
2:30
7Carrickfergus
recording engineer:
Brian Masterson (from 1987-09 until 1988-01)
producer:
Paddy Moloney and Van Morrison
arranger:
Paddy Moloney and Van Morrison
recorded at:
Windmill Lane Studios (original location, until 1990) in Dublin, County Dublin, Leinster, Ireland (from 1987-09 until 1988-01)
recording of:
Carrickfergus (from 1987-09 until 1988-01)
lyricist and composer:
[traditional] (special purpose artist)
publisher:
BMG Songs Ltd.
4:25
8Celtic Ray
recording engineer:
Brian Masterson (from 1987-09 until 1988-01)
producer:
Paddy Moloney and Van Morrison
background vocals:
June Boyce (from 1987-09 until 1988-01)
recorded at:
Windmill Lane Studios (original location, until 1990) in Dublin, County Dublin, Leinster, Ireland (from 1987-09 until 1988-01)
recording of:
Celtic Ray (from 1987-09 until 1988-01)
lyricist and composer:
Van Morrison
publisher:
Essential Music (logo subtitled "The music of your life"), Martin-Coulter Music Ltd and PolyGram Music Publishing Ltd.
3:41
9My Lagan Love
recording engineer:
Brian Masterson (from 1987-09 until 1988-01)
producer:
Paddy Moloney and Van Morrison
arranger:
Paddy Moloney and Van Morrison
recorded at:
Windmill Lane Studios (original location, until 1990) in Dublin, County Dublin, Leinster, Ireland (from 1987-09 until 1988-01)
recording of:
My Lagan Love (from 1987-09 until 1988-01)
lyricist:
[traditional] (special purpose artist) and Seosamh MacCathmhaoil (Irish poet)
composer:
[traditional] (special purpose artist)
part of:
Roud Folk Song Index (number: 1418)
5:21
10Marie’s Wedding
recording engineer:
Brian Masterson (from 1987-09 until 1988-01)
producer:
Paddy Moloney and Van Morrison
background vocals:
Mary Black (Irish singer) (from 1987-09 until 1988-01), June Boyce (from 1987-09 until 1988-01) and Maura O’Connell (from 1987-09 until 1988-01)
arranger:
Paddy Moloney and Van Morrison
recorded at:
Windmill Lane Studios (original location, until 1990) in Dublin, County Dublin, Leinster, Ireland (from 1987-09 until 1988-01)
recording of:
Lewis Bridal Song (from 1987-09 until 1988-01)
lyricist:
Hugh Roberton (in 1936)
composer:
John Roderick Bannerman (in 1934)
translated version of:
Mairi's Wedding
3:15

Credits

Release

bodhrán:Kevin Conneff (from 1987-09 until 1988-01)
bones:Martin Fay (from 1987-09 until 1988-01)
drums (drum set), guitar and lead vocals:Van Morrison (from 1987-09 until 1988-01)
fiddle:Martin Fay (from 1987-09 until 1988-01)
Seán Keane (fiddler) (from 1987-09 until 1988-01)
flute:Matt Molloy (from 1987-09 until 1988-01)
guest bass:Ciarán Ó Braonáin
hammered dulcimer [tiompán], harp and keyboard:Derek Bell (from 1987-09 until 1988-01)
tin whistle and uilleann pipes:Paddy Moloney (from 1987-09 until 1988-01)
ASIN:US: B000001FNX [info]