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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/31/2006
  • Label: Compass Records
  • UPC: 766397442426
  • Catalog Number: 4424
  • Sales rank: 230,766

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Michael McGoldrick Primary Artist, Mandolin, Wood Flute, Bodhran, uillean pipes, Low Whistle
Alison Brown Banjo
James Grant Bass, Dobro, Electric Guitar
Manus Lunny Bouzouki
James MacKintosh Percussion, Drums
John McCusker Fiddle
Ewen Vernal Bass
Neil Yates Trumpet, Flugelhorn
Andy Schofield Saxophone
Ed Boyd Guitar
Anna Massie Guitar
Tim Edey Guitar
Scottish Ensemble Strings
Technical Credits
Paul McGeechan Engineer, Mastering
Neil Yates Arranger, Brass Arrangment
Michael McGoldrick Arranger, Liner Notes
Traditional Composer
Kevin McCrae String Arrangements
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A Fantastic Folk Album

    This album will change your perception of modern folk music. The level of musicianship is stunning throughout. The fusion of folk, jazz and dance syles is amazing and McGoldrick's flute and pipe playing is sublime, not to mention Shaw's keyboard work. My favourite tracks include Sophie's and The Desert Road. I cannot rate this album highly enough. It has opened my eyes to the living tradition.

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