Dé Danann was an Irish folk band from which several successful soloists like Maura O’Connel, Mary Black, Caroline Lavelle and Dolores Keane (US Americana & Country star Nancy Griffith: “Dolores Keane, the queen of the soul of Ireland”) emerged. In 1976 the five Irishmen from County Galway were in the studio of Conny Plank in Wolperath near Cologne (Germany) to produce their album “Selected Jigs Reels & Songs”. The album was released in 1977 via Voggenreiter by famous German record label Intercord based in Stuttgart. Johnny Moynihan from Planxty reinforced the quintet in the studio at that time and played bouzouki and mandolin on the album. From August onwards “Selected Jigs Reels & Songs” is finally available again after 46 (!) years, and then on CD and digitally as well.