Tradconnect Reviews's Blog – October 2015 Archive (4)

Album Review : Oisín & Conal Hernon / Across the Sound

Across the Sound is the latest recording from Inis Mór residents Oisín and Conal Hernon. They have previously recorded in 2008 on an album called Up and Coming / Ó Ghlúin go Glúin. This however is different, as it comprises all new compositions from the brothers. We…

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Added by Tradconnect Reviews on October 30, 2015 at 16:30 — No Comments

Album Review - Ladlane / Crossing the Liffey

We have become so oversupplied with great albums of late that many are quietly slipping through with little fanfare.  This is the first studio album from a trio that have been busy crafting their music in Dublin’s Temple Bar area on a weekly basis. Featuring Eugene Quinn on guitar and banjo, Ray Dempsey on accordion and Colm Keane on…

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Added by Tradconnect Reviews on October 23, 2015 at 11:00 — 1 Comment

Album Review - Bríd Harper

Combining elements of solo fiddle of the most exquisite kind, with high energy numbers, delivers one of this year’s best traditional albums.  The album shifts between solo excursions that display Bríd’s unquestioned talent, with larger ensemble numbers that are as good as any you will hear.  Her team of players include John Doyle, Seán Óg Graham, Trevor Hutchinson, John…

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Added by Tradconnect Reviews on October 6, 2015 at 10:30 — No Comments

Album Review : Kenny Donagher & Kerrie Herrity / Box & Banjo

Out of the fertile ground of Sligo comes this recording that combines banjo and box for the first time, in quite a while.  The sparring partners are Luton born, and now Sligo resident, Kerrie Herrity on banjo, and Sligo native Kenny Donagher.

Within the 14 tracks there is a scattering of familiar…

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Added by Tradconnect Reviews on October 2, 2015 at 19:30 — No Comments

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