Teada - Ainneoin Na Stoirme (In Spite Of The Storm)

Teada - Ainneoin Na Stoirme (In Spite Of The Storm)

format: CD   |   ref: CEFCD205   |   released: March 2014   |   condition: new

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11 Tracks: Reels: Dinny O'Brien's / The Sweetheart Reel / Paddy Kenny's * Song: An Spailpin Fanach * Slides: Dealai's No. 1 And 2 / The Peeler And The Goat * Reels: The Reel With The Birl / Carraigin Ruadh / Ryan's Rant * Song: Pe In Eirinn I * Jigs/Slip Jig: The Jig Of The Dead / I Have A House Of My Own With A Chimney Built On the Top Of It / Paddy Breen's / The Bird's Call * Song: Saddle Tramp * Slow Reel / Barndances: Gone For His Tea / Joe Derrane's / All About Weaving * Jigs: Brisdin Breide / The Thatched Cabin / Morning Sunday * Waltz: Ar A Mboithrin Bui / Tell Me Now * Reels: James Murray's / Porthole of the Kelp / The Watchmaker / The Spinning Wheel.

This album was recorded during the summer of 2013 by one of Ireland's leading traditionals groups, Teada.

Recorded in Donogh Hennessy's studio Dingle, Co. Kerry during the summer of 2013.

Featuring the beautiful, sweet singing voice, vocals of West Kerry's Seamus Begley, 2013 Traditional Singer of the Year.

In 2012 Begley joined the band and this release marks their first collaboration.

Teada has toured extensively since 2001 performing in theatres and festivals all over Europe, the US, Canada, as well as Australia, the Middle East, Malaysia, Mexico, Russia, and Africa.

Interesting and spirited arrangements of various types of tunes in the repertoire has been one of Teada's musical trademarks.

Teada: Oisin MacDiarmada (fiddle, piano, keyboard), Seamus Begley (vocals, melodeon), Paul Finn (button accordion, concertina), Damien Stenson (flute), Sean McElwain (bouzouki, guitar, bass guitar), Tristan Rosenstock (bodhran).

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