Live from Dublin: A Tribute to Derek Bell

Live From Dublin: A Tribute To Derek Bell is an album by The Chieftains. The album is a live recording of a concert dedicated to Derek Bell, a former member of the band. The band invited on stage friends of Derek Bell, such as Ronnie Drew, Carlos Núñez, Anúna and Jeff White. It was nominated for the Grammy Awards in 2006 as the Best Traditional Folk Album.

Live From Dublin: A Tribute To Derek Bell
Live album by
Released22 February 2005
Recorded2004, Dublin
LabelRCA Victor
ProducerPaddy Moloney
The Chieftains chronology
Further Down the Old Plank Road
Live From Dublin: A Tribute To Derek Bell
The Essential Chieftains
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The original release of the CD contained SunnComm's MediaMax content protection system.[2] As the result of a product recall, several class action lawsuits, and intense public criticism of this software, frequently described as malware,[3] Sony BMG has recalled the original release of the CD[4] and customers who purchased the affected discs can receive new, MediaMax-free CDs, information on removing the software from personal computers, and compensation for necessary repairs on affected computers.[5]

Track listing

  1. "The Timpán Reel" – 3:12
  2. "Opening Medley: Brian Boru's March/Nine Points Of Roguery (reel)/The Magpie - Pretty Girls (reels)" – 5:52
  3. "Down the Old Plank Road" – 2:19
  4. "Derek's Tune: The Geese And Bright Love" – 3:50
  5. "Galician Medley: Never Trust A Man's Love/Mazurka/Guadalupe/Múneura de Jios/Duelling Chanters" – 7:59
  6. "Ellen Browne" – 3:02
  7. "Medley: Banish Misfortune/Morning Dew/Arkansas Traveller (reel)/Wild Irishman (reel)" – 6:03
  8. "Oiche Nollag (Christmas Eve)" – 2:51
  9. "Fionnghuala" (Performed by Anúna) – 1:52
  10. "Carrickfergus" – 6:02
  11. "I'll Tell Me Ma" (Sung by Ronnie Drew) - 2:50
  12. "Tá An Choileach Ag Fógairt An Lae (3 Pipes)" - 2:33
  13. "Ottawa Valley Dance" - 1:52
  14. "Finale" - 12:55
  15. "Farewell to Music" - 3:13


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