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Christy Moore: Uncovered

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  • Christy Moore: Uncovered
    • 2001 - Sony Music 201544 9 DVD
  • The Songs
    1. Welcome To The Cabaret (C. Moore) — w/Jimmy Faulkner
    2. The least We Can Do (G. Murray)
    3. Bright Blue Rose (J. McCarthy) — w/Jimmy McCarthy
    4. Delirium Tremens (C. Moore )
    5. Voyage (J. Dunhan) — w/Johnny Duham
    6. Cry Like A Man (Dann Penn)
    7. A Pair Of Brown Eyes (S. McGowan) — w/Shane MacGowan
    8. Yellow Triangle (C. Moore)
    9. Johnny Don't Go To Ballincollig (J. Spillane) — w/John Spillane
    10. Sweet Thames Flow Softly (E. McColl) — w/Sinead O'Connor & Neill MacColl
    11. Ride On (J. McCarthy)
    12. So Do I (W. Page) — w/Wally Page
    13. Ordinary Man (P. Hames) — w/Jimmy Faulkner, Conor Byrne, Andy Moore & Gavin Moore
    14. Lisdoonvarna (C. Moore)
    15. Cliffs Of Doneen (B. Rush)
    16. Hiroshima Nagasaki (J. Page)
    17. Black Is The Colour (Trad Arr: C. Moore)
    18. Song Of Wandering Angels (Arr: C. Moore)
    19. Missing You (J. MacCarthy)
    20. Don't Forget Your Shovel (C. Hennessey)
  • Extras
    1. One Last Cold Kiss (F. Pappalardi/G. Collins)
    2. McElhatton (B. Sands)
    3. Biko Drum (W. Page)
    4. Production Stills 'Behind the Scenes'
    5. Notes from Julian Vignoles — Producer/Director of 'Christy Moore Uncovered'

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  • Musicians
    • Christy Moore: Vocals, Guitar and Bodhrán
    • Declan Sinnott: Acoustic & Electric Guitars & Backing Vocals
    • Dónal Lunny: Bouzouki, Bodhrán, Guitar & Backing Vocals
  • Guest Musicians
    • Shane MacGowan
    • Sinead O'Connor
    • Jimmy McCarthy
    • John Spillane
    • Johnny Duham
    • Wally Page
    • Jimmy Faulkner
    • Neil MacColl
    • Conor Byrne
    • Andy Moore
    • Gavin Moore
  • Credits
    • Producer & Director: Julian Vignoles

Sleeve Notes

FOR MANY YEARS I've wanted to record some of this work on film. All of my life I've been working with songs. Writing, chording, learning, shaping and then performing all these gems that have come my way. I've long wanted to try and capture their kernel and maybe let others see what it is I find so exciting and seductive in their words and music. We set up in Cabinteely House, managed to sneak past make-up, to avoid wardrobe and to get on with focusing upon the essence. Don't get me wrong, there is no one more partial to a bit of lipstick but there is a time and place for everything! We had a grand time making this work. I got to sing and play with some of my favourite people and also got to introduce you to some of our finest writers. If you enjoy watching this do let them know — I'd love to do it again. I might even wear the lipstick next time

Ride On, Chirsty