Vinnie Kilduff – The Boys From The Blue Hill
1. The Sailor’s Farewell / The Cape Breton Fiddler's / Welcome to Shetland / Sweeney - 3:42 2. Andres (Llama) - 3:41 3. The Kings of Inishbofin / The Queen of Mayo - 3:07 4. The Galway Hornpipe / The Boys of Bluehill - 3:56 5. Paddy Kelly's / The Old Road to Garry - 2:31 6. Máirín de Barra - 3:42 7. Séan Sa Cheo / The Shepherd's Daughter - 2:50 8. With a Love That's True - 3:53 9. Paddy Fahy's / The Rock on the Clyde - 2:44 10. Jackie Coleman's / John Brosnan's / Touch Me If You Dare - 4:20 11. Jim Keeffe's / Jimmy Doyle's / The Wren Polka - 3:32 12. Johnny Boyle's / Strike the Gay Harp - 2:57 13. Lord Gordon's - 2:56 14. The Golden Eagle - 3:10 15. The Boys of Ballinahinch / The Lads of Laois / The Monaghan Twig 4:12
Vinnie Kilduff (bansuri, bass, bodhran, cora, fiddle, keyboards, mandolin, penny whistle, slide guitar, whistle (human)) , Charlie Lennon piano) , Bridget Kelly (harp piano) , Steve Cooney (cavaquinho, guitar, bass guitar, keyboards, shaker, tiple) , Séamus Begley (accordion) , Tommy Hayes (berimbau, bodhran, darbouka, dumbek, triangle, trombone, vibraslap) , Kevin Hough (guitar) , Gerry O'Connor (fiddel, guitar) , Brendan O'Regan (bouzouki guitar, mandolin) , Breda Smyth (fiddel, whistle (human))
1. AllMusic - Eric Schneider
Originally released in 1990, THE BOYS FROM THE BLUE HILL presents a set of traditional-minded tunes by Irish multi-instrumentalist/producer Vinnie Kilduff, formerly of the rock group In Tua Nua. Led by a spry tin-whistle line, “Paddy Kelly’s/The Old Road to Garry” typifies this warm, welcoming album, which will easily appeal to fans of the Chieftains and other similar acts.