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The rollicking jigs, reels and slow melodic airs will be played . . as they might have been at a wedding dance 300 years ago. " Selected discography Albums The Chieftains 1, Shanachie, 1964. The Chieftains 2, Shanachie, 1969. The Chieftains 3, Shanachie, 1971. The Chieftains 4, Shanachie, 1973. The Chieftains 5, Shanachie, 1975. The Chieftains 6: Bonaparte's Retreat, Shanachie, 1976. The Chieftains 7, Columbia, 1977. The Chieftains Live, Shanachie, 1977. The Chieftains 8, CBS, 1978. The Chieftains 9: Boil the Breakfast Early, Columbia, 1980.

New York Times, March 19, 1988. , December 1991. Rolling Stone, June 12, 1980; August 11, 1988; December 12, 1991. Sf. Paul Pioneer Press Dispatch, March 12, 1981; February 21, 1985; February 28,1985; July 19,1987; March 3,1988; December 21, 1989. Time, January 12, 1976. —Megan Rubiner F Clarence demons Saxophonist, singer, songwriter or almost two decades Clarence Clemons was the source of the driving tenor saxophone riffs in Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band. Known as the King of the World, the Master of Disaster, and especially the Big Man, Clemons provided energetic backup vocals and music on many of Springsteen's best-selling albums.

TV K embers include Derek Bell (harp, timpan [hammered 1^1 dulcimar], and oboe; joined band in 1972), Kevin Conneff (percussion, bodhran, vocals; replaced Peadar Mercier [from Cork, Ireland; joined band in 1967], c. 1976), David Fallen (deceased; bodhran; performed on first album only), Martin Fay (fiddle and bones), Sean Keane (from Dublin, Ireland; fiddle; joined band c. 1980), Ronnie McShane (bones; performed on two albums), Matt Molloy (flute and tin whistle; replaced Sean Potts and Michael Tubridy, 1980), and Paddy Moloney (born c.

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