Carolina Rua / The Ladies Pantalettes – 3:57 (with Imelda May)
- Come All Ye Fair And Tender Ladies – 4:20 (with Pistol Annies)
- Pretty Little Girl – 2:48 (with Carolina Chocolate Drops)
- Down In The Willow Garden – 4:16 (with Bon Iver)
- Lily Love – 3:01 (with The Civil Wars)
- The Lark In The Clear Air / Olam Punch – 3:20 (with Punch Brothers)
- My Lagan Love – 4:27 (with Lisa Hannigan)
- When The Ship Comes In – 3:26 (with The Decemberists)
- School Days Over – 3:33 (with The Low Anthem)
- The Frost Is All Over – 3:06 (with Punch Brothers)
- Peggy Gordon – 4:10 (with The Secret Sisters)
- Hard Times Come Again No More – 5:26 (with Paolo Nutini)
- The Chieftains Reunion – 11:22 (with Sean Potts & Michael Tubridy)
- The Chieftains In Orbit – 3:40 (with NASA Astronaut Cady Coleman)
- Lundu – 3:09 (with Carlos Núñez)
The Chieftains continue to have relevance and appeal in the Irish and international world with The Voice of Ages. Popular alternative rock artists like Paolo Nutini, Bon Iver, Imelda May among others’ contributed their talents in this wonderful album of total brilliance.
Imelda May proves that to be a great singer, it’s not just about singing well. The speakers and mics have to love you. I think Voice of Ages is the continuation of what The Chieftains started in The Long Black Veil. They aren’t scared of trekking unfamiliar territories. Can you cite other Irish bands that have collaborated with a wide array of talents and diverse music like them? I don’t think so. No other group comes close to them.
What I love about The Voice of Ages is that the Chieftains always manage to bring out their own signature sound on anything they record. Regardless of the other musicians they collaborate. They also know how to balance their track listing between fast and slow tunes. Listen to My Lagan Love with vocals by Lisa Hannigan. If that doesn’t stir your soul then I don’t know what else will do. The Punch Brothers also offered an interesting Bluegrass flavor to this album. And yes, Carlos Nunez who has appeared in many of the Chieftains’ past recordings played with them in Lundu. I think the highlight of this album is the contribution of NASA Astronaut Cady Coleman with The Chieftains in Orbit!