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Eileen Ivers|Crossing the Bridge

Crossing the Bridge

Eileen Ivers

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"...The fiddle sensation...has made a strong album that updates Irish music with modern-day production values and an occaisional global flavor. It's rare for such world-fusion albums to succeed-...but in Ivers hands, the music rings true..."
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1
Gravelwalk (Traditional)
Steve Gadd
00:05:02

Eileen Ivers, Arranger, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Arranger, Associated Performer - Brian Keane, Arranger, Producer - Traditional, Composer, Lyricist - John Doyle - Acoustic Guitar, Guitar - Steve Gadd, Drums - Jeff Bova, Synthesizer - Bakithi Kumalo - Fretless Bass, Bass - Eileen Ivers - Fiddle & Electric Fiddle, Fiddle

(P) 1999 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

2
Jama (based on the traditional tunes "Fig for a Kiss" and "Langstrom's Pony"
Eileen Ivers
00:07:31

Eileen Ivers, Associated Performer, Composer, Fiddle, Main Artist, Associated Performer, Composer, Fiddle - Vieux Diop - Kora & Lead & Background Vocals - Thandeka Ngono-Raash, Lead & Background Vocals - Nomasonto Khumalo, Lead & Background Vocals - Brian Keane, Composer, Producer - Robbi Kumalo, Background Vocals - Bakithi Kumalo, Bass - Vieux Diop, Composer

(P) 1999 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

3
Bygone Days
Eileen Ivers
00:06:02

Eileen Ivers, Associated Performer, Composer, Fiddle, Main Artist, Associated Performer, Composer, Fiddle - Brian Keane, Arranger, Composer, Producer - John Boswell, Piano - Marshall Coid, Violin - Roxanne Bergman, Violin - Aloysia Friedman, Violin - Phil Bowler - Acoustic Bass, Bass - Lou Paer - Arco Bass, Bass - Sarah Adams, Viola - Gregor Kitzis, Viola - Dan Barrett, Cello - Vivian Israel, Cello

(P) 1999 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

4
Whiskey & Sangria
Brian Keane
00:05:21

Eileen Ivers - Fiddle & Electric Fiddle, Fiddle, Main Artist, Fiddle - Brian Keane, Composer, Piano, Producer - Al Di Meola - Acoustic Guitar, Guitar - Eileen Ivers, Composer - Phil Bowler - Acoustic Bass, Bass

(P) 1999 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

5
Crossing the Bridge
Eileen Ivers - Fiddle & Electric Fiddle
00:06:05

Eileen Ivers - Fiddle & Electric Fiddle, Fiddle, Main Artist, Fiddle - Brian Keane, Composer, Producer - Eileen Ivers, Composer - Tarik Winston - Tap Dancing, Fiddle - Randy Brecker, Trumpet

(P) 1999 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

6
Nearer My God to Thee
James Horner
00:02:21

James Horner, Associated Performer, Main Artist, Producer, Associated Performer, Producer - Lowell Mason, Composer - Eileen Ivers, Arranger, Fiddle - Sarah Adams, Lyricist

(P) 1998 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

7
Bunch of Keys (Traditional)
Eileen Ivers - Fiddle
00:04:31

Eileen Ivers - Fiddle, Fiddle, Main Artist, Fiddle - Brian Keane, Arranger, Producer - Traditional, Composer, Lyricist - Stacy Phillips - Harlow Resonator Guitar, Guitar - John Doyle - Rhythm Acoustic Guitar, Guitar - Eileen Ivers, Arranger - Phil Bowler - Acoustic Bass, Bass - John Doyle, Arranger

(P) 1999 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

8
March Up Fifth
Eileen Ivers - Fiddle & Electric Fiddle
00:03:28

Eileen Ivers - Fiddle & Electric Fiddle, Fiddle, Main Artist, Fiddle - Brian Keane, Composer, Producer - John Doyle - Acoustic Guitar, Guitar - Steve Gadd, Drums - Eileen Ivers, Composer - Bob Mayo - Hammond Organ, Organ - Bakithi Kumalo - Fretless Bass, Bass - Seamus Eagan - Wooden Flute, Flute

(P) 1999 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

9
polka.com (Traditional)
Eileen Ivers - Fiddle & Electric Fiddle
00:01:51

Eileen Ivers - Fiddle & Electric Fiddle, Fiddle, Main Artist, Fiddle - Brian Keane, Producer - Traditional, Composer, Lyricist - Eileen Ivers, Arranger

(P) 1999 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

10
Islanders
Eileen Ivers - Fiddle (bowed & pizz.)
00:06:21

Eileen Ivers - Fiddle (bowed & pizz.), Fiddle, Main Artist, Fiddle - Brian Keane, Arranger, Composer, Producer - Eileen Ivers, Composer - John Doyle - Rhythm Acoustic Guitar, Guitar - Seamus Egan - Tenor Banjo, Banjo - Steve Gadd, Drums - Bakithi Kumalo, Bass - Lawrence Feldman - Tenor & Alto Saxophone, Saxophone - Lew Soloff, Trumpet - Jim Pugh, Trombone

(P) 1999 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

11
Crowley's/Jackson's (Traditional)
Eileen Ivers
00:03:20

Eileen Ivers, Arranger, Associated Performer, Fiddle, Main Artist, Arranger, Associated Performer, Fiddle - Brian Keane, Producer - Traditional, Composer, Lyricist - John Doyle - Acoustic Guitar, Guitar - John Doyle, Arranger

(P) 1999 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

12
Dear Irish Boy (Traditional)
Eileen Ivers - Fiddle & Electric Fiddle
00:04:27

Eileen Ivers - Fiddle & Electric Fiddle, Fiddle, Main Artist, Fiddle - Brian Keane, Arranger, Producer - Traditional, Composer, Lyricist - Eileen Ivers, Arranger

(P) 1999 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

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"...The fiddle sensation...has made a strong album that updates Irish music with modern-day production values and an occaisional global flavor. It's rare for such world-fusion albums to succeed-...but in Ivers hands, the music rings true..."
© TiVo

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