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So Far: The Collection 1979-1995

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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. The Kerryman's Daughter/Lord Gordon's
  2. The Orphan/Paul Montague's
  3. The Red-Haired Lass/Paddy O'Brien's/The Scholar
  4. Lorraine's Waltz
  5. Sean Coughlan's/Gan Ainm/Sean Coughlan's
  6. The Noisy Curlew/Farewell To Erin (Live)
  7. Flowing Tide/Crock Of Gold/Julia Delaney's
  8. Humours Of Ballyloughlin/Knocknagow
  9. Pachelbel's Frolics
  10. On Horseback
  11. The Rights Of Man
  12. Lament For Staker Wallace
  13. The Harvest

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CD-EAN 048248118521-GREEN LINNET

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5.0 out of 5 stars A fascinating overview of Ivers' career -- so far 14 Dec. 2000
By P. Lozar - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This CD shows Ivers' evolution from a superb fiddler in the traditional style to the virtuoso of "Riverdance." The earlier tracks are fascinating (even if the recording quality isn't up to contemporary standards), and the later selections show off her range and depth as a musician. I felt that "The Harvest" fell rather flat: like other Irish fiddlers (e.g., Tommy Peoples), Ivers incorporates the friction between the bow, the strings, and the neck of the fiddle into her characteristic sound (cf. the "Lament for Staker Wallace"), and the electric pickup doesn't capture this. Otherwise, the CD is enjoyable throughout -- although if you already own "Fresh Takes" and "Wild Blue" (as I did), you'll find it mostly of historical interest.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The epitome of celtic fiddling 13 Jun. 2000
By Rhiannon - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This album contains recordings from Eileen Ivers teenage years through the mid 90's. It is a wonderful compilation and clearly demonstrates how she has grown as an artist. My favorite track is Kerryman's Daughter/Lord Gordon's for while it lacks layers and sophistication, both traditional songs are played flawlessly. Pachelbel's Frolics comes in a close second though with it's improvisation on a widely played classical piece. The album as a whole, is an excellent example of Eileen Iver's magnificent celtic fiddling.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The Harvest 12 Jun. 2003
By Timothy Wall - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Of the other wonderous titles in this anthological masterpiece, I find one stands out. A mix of modern celtic rhythms and a bit o' electronica makes The Harvest an extremely valuable song to top off the collection at #13. Her old works are very rhythmic and easy to dance to if one must, and I certainly recommend this to anyone in search of a modern interpretation of Irish music.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Irish Roots With An Energetic Twist 8 Jun. 2015
By SJ - Published on Amazon.com
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Eileen Ivers is an excellent musician. This CD has and enjoyable energy whether you like the traditional based pieces or the more contemporary ones. I had the pleasure of meeting Ms. Ivers at a local concert and she is as spunky and gracious as her music.
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