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Kieran Kane — The Blue Chair (2000)

 Kieran Kane — The Blue Chair (2000)

Kieran Kane — The Blue Chair
Born: October 7, 1949 in Queens, New York
Origin: Nashville, Tennessee (1980) ~ Queens, New York, USA
Instruments: Vocals, Guitar, Banjo, Mandolin, Percussion
Album release: October 24, 2000
Record Label: Dead Reckoning Records / DEAR0018
Duration:     39:32
Tracks:
01 Honeymoon Wine (Kieran Kane)     4:23
02 Love Is Fair (Jesse Winchester)     4:34
03 Same Old Blues (Kieran Kane / Allison Moorer / Kevin Welch)  4:05
04 Four Questions (Kieran Kane)     3:06
05 I'm Sorry (Kieran Kane)     3:33
06 Tu Es Avec Moi (Kieran Kane)     3:43
07 Irish Heartbeat (Van Morrison)     4:22
08 I'll Go on Loving You (Kieran Kane)     4:01
09 Nous Sommes Les Memes (Kieran Kane)     3:56
10 Rosie's Gone (Kieran Kane / Jamie O'Hara)     3:48
Credits:
Dan Dugmore  Dobro, Guitars (Ac+El), Gut String Guitar, Pedal Steel
Tabitha Fair  Vocals (Background)
John Jarvis  Organ (Hammond), Piano
Kieran Kane  Composer, Cover Paint, Guitar (Ac), Gut String Guitar, Mandolin, Percussion, Vocals
Mills Logan  Engineer, Mixing
Brent Maher  Engineer
Steve Mandile  Synthesizer
Allison Moorer  Composer, Vocals (Background)
Van Morrison  Composer
Jamie O'Hara  Composer
Philip Scoggins  Engineer
David K. Shipley  Mastering
Harry Stinson  Drums, Percussion, Vocals (Background)
Kevin Welch  Composer, Vocals (Background)
Jesse Winchester  Composer
Glenn Worf  Bass
Website: http://www.kierankane.com/
Label site: http://www.deadreckoners.com/artists/kieran_kane.html © Photo credit: Alan Messer
Quotes:
"Intelligent and Somber Songs About Love and Relationships" **** (Ron Frankl)
"Kane Is On Top Of His Game" ***** (John Stinson)
Biography by Jason Ankeny
Best known as one half of the acclaimed new traditionalist country duo the O'Kanes, singer/songwriter Kieran Kane was born in Queens, NY, on October 7, 1949; by age nine, he was drumming in his older brother's rock band, while in his teens he turned his focus to bluegrass and folk, performing at festivals throughout the Northeast. At 21, Kane relocated to Los Angeles, where he labored as a songwriter and session guitarist; by the late '70s he had moved on to Nashville, where he landed a writing contract with Tree Publishing Co. A deal with Elektra followed, but despite notching a pair of Top Ten country singles -- "You're the Best" and "It's Who You Love" -- he found himself at odds with the label and soon returned to composing. Teaming with fellow Tree staff writer Jamie O'Hara, he formed the O'Kanes in 1985, issuing three hit albums and scoring a half-dozen Top Ten singles before disbanding four years later. Kane resurfaced with a more austere, folk-influenced sound in 1993 with the solo effort Find My Way Home, issued on Atlantic; soon after he formed the Nashville-based indie label Dead Reckoning with fellow singer/songwriters Kevin Welch, Tammy Rogers, and Harry Stinson, issuing the album Dead Rekoning in 1995. Six Months, No Sun followed in 1998, and Blue Chair was issued in fall 2000. In 2002 Kane released the primarily acoustic Shadows on the Ground, a pared-down collection of plaintive, powerful, and heartbreaking songs dedicated to his son Lucas, who had been diagnosed with Hodgkin's disease. You Can't Save Everybody (2004), Lost John Dean (2006), and Kane Welch Kaplin (2007) found Kane collaborating with Nashville crooner Kevin Welch and multi-instrumentalist Fats Kaplin on a series of spare, moody originals and covers, while 2009's Somewhere Beyond the Roses was backed by a bass-less quartet held down by Lambchop's Deanna Varagona. © Photo credit: Alan Messer

 © Photo credit: Ron Baker (http://www.flickr.com/photos/kingsnake) / Kieran Kane (right) with Kevin Welch at Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Festival (2005)/Date: 2 October 2005 
Discography:
Albums:
Year / Album / US Country / Label
1982 Kieran Kane    #38    Elektra
1993 Find My Way Home     Atlantic
1995 Dead Reckoning     Dead Reckoning
1998 Six Months, No Sun    DR
2000 11/12/13: Live from Melbourne, Australia  DR    
2000 The Blue Chair  DR     
2002 Shadows on the Ground   DR
2004 You Can't Save Everybody  DR 
2006 Lost John Dean  DR 
2007 Kane Welch Kaplin   DR
2009 Somewhere Beyond the Roses   DR
Singles:
Year / Single / US Country / Album
1981 "The Baby"    #80 single only
1981 "You're the Best"    #14 Kieran Kane
1982 "It's Who You Love"    #16
1982 "I Feel It with You"    #26
1982 "I'll Be Your Man Around the House"    #26
1982 "Gonna Have a Party"    #45 single only
1983 "It's You"    #30
1984 "Dedicate"    #28
1993 "I'm Here to Love You"  Find My Way Home
1993 "Find My Way Home" 
1995 "This Dirty Little Town"  Dead Reckoning
Also:
  http://www.oldies.com/artist-biography/Kieran-Kane.html

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