The Best of the Chieftains [1992] ()

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  1. Up Against the Buachalawns
  2. Boil the Breakfast Early
  3. Friel's Kitchen
  4. No. 6 the Coombe
  5. O'Sullivan's March
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  1. Up Against the Buachalawns
  2. Boil the Breakfast Early
  3. Friel's Kitchen
  4. No. 6 the Coombe
  5. O'Sullivan's March
  6. Sea Image
  7. An Speic Seoigheach
  8. The Dogs Among the Bushes
  9. The Job of Journeywork
  10. Oh! The Breeches Full of Stitches
  11. Chase Around the Windmill
  12. The Wind That Shakes the Barley/The Reel With the Beryle
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Well, sort of. The 50 minutes of music here represent the best of the group's three albums (Chieftains 7, Chieftains 8, Boil the Breakfast Early) recorded for Columbia Records during 1977, 1978, and 1979. It's a good collection, and not a bad place to start for the new listener, though it won't offer any revelations for longtime fans, who'd tuned in long before this point in their history. The lineup during this era was Paddy Moloney (uillean pipes, tin whistle), Sean Keane (fiddle), Mick Tubridy (flute, tin whistle, ...

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