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PostPosted: Wed Mar 01, 2017 10:41 am 
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Anyone perhaps have a source for the cassette put out by Chanting House when it consisted of Susan McKeown, John Doyle, Seamus Eagan and Eileen Ivers? I don't have a title for the cassette, just a vague reference to it being produced sometime in the early 1990s.

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Somewhat different crew - This is supposedly the 1st cassette release in 1990? There's also The Chanting House - Live (1992) - cassette only.

The Chanting House

Susan McKeown and The Chanting House

Release info:

1990--independent cassette

Availability:

Out of print

Group members:

Susan McKeown--vocals
John Doyle--guitar, backing vocals
Donogh Hennessy--mandola, mandolin, whistles
Mark Crickard--fiddle
Brian Doyle--bongos, bodhran, guitar
Mik Kappler--fiddle
Jim Tate--bass

Produced by:

John Doyle and Susan McKeown


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PostPosted: Wed Mar 01, 2017 8:15 pm 
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kkrell wrote:
There's also The Chanting House - Live (1992) - cassette only.

That's the one I'd love to find. I saw them in concert locally a couple of times back then and they were memorable evenings. And they've each done fairly well since...

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Steve

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