Life in Music inspired by Joe Henry

vrijdag 25 juli 2014

JH Recording in Ireland

It seems like Joe is working on a new project :
Update 25/07 : according to a tweet by Drummer Graham Hopkins, it will be an album 'Caitríona O'Leary &guests'.

Update 26/07 : Caitríona O'Leary's Management agency LAM confirmed that it will indeed be a project around Caitríona and guests. The exact title remains to be found. (Thank you for this info)

Update 27/07 : from Rhiannon Laffan's facebook.  

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After a few hinting tweets, Rosanne Cash tweeted the following message and picture :

Earlier on John Smith tweeted the following picture :

Acdording to tweets by Drummer Graham Hopkins, the recordings are finished and took place in Grouse Lodge.
You can find a long list of artists who recorded there : including : Muse, Snow Patrol, Bloc Party, Manic Street Preachers, Doves,  R.E.M. Bonnie Raitt, Stereophonics, Michael Jackson, Liam Clancy, The Editors,...

Some of the musicians mentioned in these tweets : 

There is off course Rosanne Cash and Tom Jones but also the following

 Donal Lunny is an Irish folk musician

Caitríona O'Leary is internationally known for her performances of Early music and traditional Irish song.

Rhiannon Giddens is known as the lead singer, violinist, banjo player and a founding member of the  Carolina Chocolate Drops. (Joe Henry produced their album 'Genuine Negro Jig')

Gregg Cohen is a Bass player best known for his work with Tom Waits mostly in the 80's. Currently he's working mostly with John Zorn

Rosanne Cash spoke in her tweet about the Wexford Carols :

The Wexford Carols :  

The Wexford Carol is a beloved traditional Irish Christmas carol. It is also known as "The Enniscorthy Carol", as it was originally collected by a folklorist named Grattan Flood in Enniscorthy, a town in Ireland's County Wexford, as well as "Carul Loch Garman" (the Irish translation of "Wexford Carol"). The lyrics, which are in English, date back to the 12th century. As is the case with all very old songs, the history is a bit hard to track, but it appears that the lyrics were added to the tune much later, and it is not believed that the lyrics were originally in the Irish language. Some reverse translations have been made by contemporary Irish trad musicians, but the English lyrics are actually the most traditional ones.
source : worldmusic.about.com

Here you have Alison Krauss her version :

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