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The Chieftains March On

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The Chieftains have developed into the world's leading exponents of 'traditional Irish music.
Their latest release, The
Long Black Veil features such world class singers as Mick Jagger , Sting and Marianne Faithful. Seamus McKee
enjoys the group's music in the company of two of its members - the founder and driving force,
Dublin piper Paddy Moloney , and Belfast harper Derek Bell , who left the BBC Nl
Orchestra in 1974 to play on one album with the band and forgot to return. Producer Jim Sheridan

Contributors

Unknown: Mick Jagger
Unknown: Marianne Faithful.
Unknown: Seamus McKee
Unknown: Paddy Moloney
Harper: Derek Bell
Producer: Jim Sheridan

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The Chieftains March On

BBC Radio 2, 18 March 1995 18.00






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