8 thoughts on “ Love Theme - The Chieftains - Film Cuts (CD, Album)

  • The Essential Chieftains also does a good job in representing some of the star power that Paddy Moloney's men have managed to draw around their efforts. Five cuts from Down the Old Plank Road, their second trip to Nashville, spotlight Alison Krauss, Béla Fleck, Emmylou Harris, Edgar Meyer, the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, and Buddy & Julie Miller Price: $
  • The legendary musical Ambassadors of Ireland, The Chieftains, who have released 35 albums, received six Grammys, an Oscar, an Emmy and a Genie, have been nominated in the category of Best Traditional Folk Album for “Live From Dublin – A Tribute To Derek Bell” (RCA Victor) The Grammy Awards will take place Wednesday February 8 in Los.
  • Feb 13,  · Love Theme (From "Barry Lyndon") Artist The Chieftains; Album Film Cuts; Licensed to YouTube by SME (on behalf of RCA Victor); CMRRA, BMG Rights Management (US), LLC, ARESA, BMI - Broadcast Music.
  • Film Cuts consists of cuts from eight soundtracks, including Rob Roy, Treasure Island (the most generously represented score here), and Far and Away. Highlights include the funereal love theme from Stanley Kubrick's Barry Lyndon and the main theme from The Grey Fox, a waning-days-of-the-West flick that demonstrated that this tight crew can evoke images that are worlds removed from their Irish /5(15).
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  • The Essential Chieftains is a career-spanning greatest hits album by The Chieftains first released in It is part of the ongoing 'The Essential' Sony BMG compilation series their last release for RCA ending a 20 year history since signing with the label in
  • Film Cuts From the stirring tradition ‘O’Sullivan’s March’ featured in ‘Rob Roy’ to the light-hearted and evocative tunes written by Michael Kamen for ‘Circle of Friends’ to the bare-knuckle fighting music written by John Williams for ‘Far and Away’, the presence of The Chieftains .

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