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1 Ceilidh House Set
2:57
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2 How Many Are the Days
4:11
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3 Slackerís Jig/Virginia Reel
2:32
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4 Fogartyís Cove
2:50
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5 Big Jigs
4:38
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6 Colleen
4:19
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7 Kesh Jig/Escarpment Reel
3:00
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8 Sam Hall
2:54
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9 Geese in the Bog
3:47
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10 Star of the County Down/ Kid on the Mountain
2:51
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11 Donald MacGillivray
3:12
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Member Name: Rindy
Date Posted: 17-Jun-2008
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Comments: Welcome to the Celtic Radio forum sam6350. I hope you enjoy it here. I have heard them here on the radio. I think this bands mighty fine. Very talented group.
Thanks for the link subhuman!

Slainte



Member Name: Turaloora
Date Posted: 17-Jun-2008
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Comments: Cheers for posting their web sight!! these guys are wonderful!!



Member Name: subhuman
Date Posted: 26-Apr-2008
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Comments: ...and you can listen to them here: http://www.sonicbids.com/epk/epk.aspx?epk_id=127589

C'mon, people... if you're trying to convince others how good a group is, link some of their music. Most (if not all) artists will have samples available somewhere on their website.
Other, such as these guys, have full songs available. smile.gif



Member Name: sam6350
Date Posted: 17-Mar-2008
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Comments: All you need to know is: If it's Poor Angus.. you must buy.

In all seriousness though, like the last reviewer said, the instrumentals and vocals are what make this album great.

The Bagpipes and Fiddle are first class. About half the compositions on the album are originals, and the jigs are second to none. The fiddle solo at the end of the Kesh Jig is my favorite.

That being said, their harmonies can make you forget that on some pieces there aren't any instrumentals at all. Their interpretation of Sam Hall is one of the best out there. Trust me, it's that good.

You can't go wrong with these guys.





Member Name: Brandondough
Date Posted: 17-Mar-2008
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Comments: I just bought this stellar album on i-tunes. EXCELLENT! These guys have amazing harmonies, and add in a mix of trad instruments like bagpipes, whistles, fiddle, mandolin, guitar and such; and they package it in what can only be described as a great fusion. Some of the material is east coast,some is Irish, some Scottish, but all of it is great. My favorite is Slackers' Jig, an original.



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