Discovering great albums that may have passed you by can be a real treat. Albums and artists that you may not have known about, or albums that simply went off the radar and got lost in the mass market that we now have to deal with. At the moment we have been doing reviews on current albums which we view as a way of providing good content, helping promote artists and most of all trying to highlight music that should be listened to.

We would like to extend that to albums by members that may have been released years ago and may have been forgotten about or may have only a cult following in certain districts. We won't promise to do full reviews but we can find ways to highlight them and feature them on the site. We will also find ways to bring them up onto the main page so they don't get lost in the depths of the blogs.

Our preference is to concentrate on members albums rather than simply reviewing great old albums, although we will do that from time to time. So if you have an album out that you think deserves more attention send us a copy to this address

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Comment by Lars 'Larry Mór' Mott on April 12, 2012 at 14:05

It just so happens i found  an album called 'I was flying it' by Damp in the attic. Got it years ago and so far it has just been collecting dust in my computer, but when i finally got around to listen to it, it was great!

P. J. King (accordion)

Martin Murray (fiddle, mandolin)

Cyril O'Donoghue (bouzouki, vocals, guitar)

Colm Murphy (bodhrán).

wee review here:

http://www.irishmusicreview.com/damp.htm

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