David Kincaid and The Brandos | Live in Europe!

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Live in Europe!

by David Kincaid and The Brandos

A rare live recording of songs from both David Kincaid's albums of Irish Songs of the American Civil War, along with a smattering of songs by The Brandos. From a European tour in February, 2004. 2-CD set including 12-page booklet.
Genre: Folk: Celtic Folk
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1. The Kerry Reel/The Wise Maid/The Irish Volunteer (live) David Kincaid and the Brandos
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2. Private Maguire (live) David Kincaid and the Brandos
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3. The List of Generals (live) David Kincaid and the Brandos
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4. The President's Ball (live) David Kincaid and the Brandos
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5. Anna Lee (live) David Kincaid and the Brandos
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6. The Irish-American's Song (live) David Kincaid and the Brandos
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7. Song for the Irish Brigade (live) David Kincaid and the Brandos
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8. Kelly's Irish Brigade (live) David Kincaid and the Brandos
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9. The Irish Sixty-Ninth (live) David Kincaid and the Brandos
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10. The Dreadful Engagement (live) David Kincaid and the Brandos
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11. Camp Song of the Chicago Irish Brigade (live) David Kincaid and the Brandos
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12. We'll Fight for Uncle Sam (live) David Kincaid and the Brandos
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13. My Father's Gun/Connaughtman's Rambles/Mist Covered Mountain (live) David Kincaid and the Brandos
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14. Paddy's Lamentation (live) David Kincaid and the Brandos
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15. The Keeper (live) David Kincaid and the Brandos
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16. Paddy on the Turnpike/ Exit 57 (live) David Kincaid and the Brandos
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17. Young America & Ould Ireland (live) David Kincaid and the Brandos
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18. Free and Green (live) David Kincaid and the Brandos
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19. Hallowed Ground (live) David Kincaid and the Brandos
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20. Merrily Kissed The Quaker/The New York Volunteer (live) David Kincaid and the Brandos
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Following the 2003 release of “The Irish-American’s Song,” David Kincaid’s second effort of songs of the Irish in the American Civil War, a European tour was organized centered around this new album. It would run from January 30 to February 21, 2004, and include performances in Germany, Holland, Belgium and Denmark, with three of the shows being recorded. These tapes, immaculately recorded in digital format, were dusted off at the beginning of 2010, and have revealed an incredible passion and fire from the band, and then back again from the audience, and have made us feel very fortunate that this unique tour was documented. Featured in the band was front man David Kincaid (lead vocals, mandolin, bodhrán, acoustic guitar and banjo), along with The Brandos’ Ernie Mendillo (bass, backing vocals) and Frank Giordano (backing vocals, acoustic guitar, harmonica), and Christopher Layer (uilleann pipes, flute and whistle).

Of the twenty songs on this album, eighteen were taken from the show on Feb. 10, 2004 at the Theaterhaus, Stuttgart, Germany (an amazing concert venue of pristine acoustics), while the remaining two are from Feb. 15, 2004 at the Columbia Fritz, Berlin, Germany (a converted movie theater originally built for US servicemen). The majority (16), are songs of the American Civil War, featuring fifteen songs from both of David Kincaid’s Civil War albums, “The Irish Volunteer” and “The Irish-American’s Song,” along with one previously unreleased Civil War song, “Merrily Kissed the Quaker/The New York Volunteer.” Also included are four tunes by The Brandos (David Kincaid’s rock ‘n roll band), played in this unusual format. With the work beginning in March, 2010, these recordings have received meticulous attention in the post-production, mixing and mastering with the most state-of-the art technology. This 2-CD set, in a beautiful 6-panel fold out digipak package, includes a 12-page booklet featuring a number of great tour photos and liner notes by David Kincaid.

Captured as only a live concert can; crackling with all the emotion, intensity and great live energy that the fans have long come to expect from both David Kincaid and his band, The Brandos, this rare and gripping recording is not one to miss.


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Rich Oliver

A Superb Effort!!!
David Kincaid and The Brandos continue to put out great music. "Live In Europe" is a wonderful collection of Civil War music which comes from Mr. Kincaid's solo efforts on "The Irish Volunteer" and "The Irish American's Song". David's vocals are vibrant and strong as are those of the band. The songs are heartfelt, powerful, meaningful and gripping. The songs are performed as if you're sitting right in the front row of a Brandos concert. This album is a must for anyone who likes The Brandos. I have been a fan of The Brandos since their first album "Honor Among Theives" which featured my personal favorite Brandos song, "Gettysburg". I can honestly say they are one of my top 10 groups of all time and my list has only the greatest artists on it. As much as I like the diversity and especially the hard rocking sound of this band, the melodies and ballads of the new album sound great. They have given us an A+ effort and I'm already hoping for another Brandos album some time in the near future. Thank you David Kincaid for giving us another great listening experience to enjoy for a long time. This is a SUPERB effort!!!

ralph caldwell

great surprise
Thanks to CDBaby for having David Kincaid as an artist. The cd with the Brandos is an instant favorite of the celtic/irish music I listen to. Bits of background comments add to the great perfomances. Lots of energy. Thanks