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Posted: 13-May-2014, 04:00 AM
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Wish - Poitín
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The recently released CD, "Wish", by Poitín is literally everything you could 'wish' for in a Celtic album, and then some! The musical abilities and professionalism of Poitín are clearly heard in every song. The talent of this band truly astounds me.

"Wish" is a 15-track cd that has the perfect blend of reels & jigs, vocals & instrumentals, and traditional & new. This album kept me captivated from beginning to end every time I have listened to it, and I can guarantee it is one cd I will be listening to often.

Singers, Jeremy King and Jakub Siegl are phenomenal. They both have the perfect tone and pitch to carry across the stories they are telling in the songs they are singing...a true delight to the listener.

The songs, "Rookery", "The Handsome Cabin Boy", and "How I Wish", really stood out to me, but to pick a favorite is impossible because every song is performed above and beyond perfection!

"Wish" is definitely not a cd you simply want to put on a 'wish' list...
it is one you will want to own NOW!!!

First published here http://www.thecelticcrier.com/wish

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Posted: 05-Oct-2014, 05:43 PM
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Hailing from the Czech Republic, Poitěn set out to explore different genres and forms of Celtic music, but the pub environment is where they truly shine. This is a unique and magic setting for the musicians and the audience alike: in the pub, there is barely any stage space, meaning that there aren't any barriers between the performers and the crowd. It's all about getting together and experiencing something truly unique. In my opinion, this is the true spirit of Celtic folk music, back to basics and from heart to heart. With such a mindset, Poitěn are able to deliver great renditions of beloved classics, old favorites and catchy jams that truly speak to their audience...

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