Recorded at Cauldron Recording Studios, Dublin additional recording at Secrets & Machines, Dublin and Cloonagh Studio, Co Mayo. Mixed and mastered by Mark Murphy. Produced by Mark Murphy. Cover design Bongobob
Thanks to Steve Lynch at Stellarsound, Sam Jackson Music, Steve Cooney and John Reynolds.
Thanks to the musicians who have joined us on stage - Dominic Mullan, DJ Charco, Lottie Cullen, Djackulate, Niwel Tsumbu, Antoin Bracken, MIC Bandit, Yoshi Izumi, Isaac Alderson, Pat Mangan, Handsome Paddy, Garry O'Meara, Shayan Coohe, Dennis Cassidy, Camille Champarnaud and Martin Crawford.
Thanks to all the Jiggy dancers.
Síle Denvir - vocals (4, 10). Breda Mayock - vocals (9, 13). Eoghan Ó Ceannabháin - vocals (1, 11). Debojyoti Sanyal - tabla (2, 3, 5, 8, 9, 11) vocals (2, 11). Guy Rickarby - drums (2, 5, 6, 9, 11, 13, 14). Alan Doherty - whistles (2) flute (5). Áron Szilágyi - jews harp (2, 5, 12). Niwel Tsumbu - electric guitar (6, 9). Paul Moore - bass (6). Bill Shanley - dobro (5). Graham Henderson - keyboards (6, 10). Mark Murphy - keyboards & programming (1-15).
Anach Cuain (Eanach Dhúin) A poem written by the travelling poet Antoine Ó Raifteirí 1779-1835. Trad. Arr. E Ó Ceannabháin, M Murphy. Taraka É Galldubh, A Doherty, M Murphy, R Harris (Tune - ‘Lexie MacAskill’ Dr. John MacAskill). King of the Fairies Trad. Arr. D Bracken, M Murphy, R Harris. Ócam an Phríosúin (Tom Neaine Choilm Ó Lochlainn) Trad. Arr. S Denvir, D Bracken, M Murphy, R Harris. An Capall Dubh (A Doherty, M Murphy, R Harris). Laethanta Saoire Steve Cooney. Dying of the Light A Kelly, É Galldubh, M Murphy, R Harris. Drowsy Maggie Trad. Arr. M Noone, M Murphy, D Bracken, R Harris Skellig É de Barra, M Murphy, R Harris (Tune ‘Kerry Reel’). Bean Pháidín Trad. Arr. S Denvir, É Galldubh, M Murphy, R Harris. Head Rush É Galldubh, M Murphy, R Harris. Rasa A Kelly, D Bracken, É Galldubh, M Murphy, R Harris (Trad Arr tune ‘The Ashplant’). I'm With You B Mayock, D Bracken, É Galldubh, M Murphy, R Harris. Silent Place Trad. Arr. D Bracken, M Murphy, R Harris Éanna É Galldubh, M Murphy.
Jiggy seamlessly merge a deep knowledge and respect for musical tradition with forward thinking innovation in an exciting
way that connects with audiences worldwide.
Jiggy is a band whose fusion of Irish traditional music, Indian rhythms and cutting-edge dance grooves are a big hit with festival audiences. In July 2017 Jiggy will release their Debut album ‘Translate’....more