Fullset and their Notes At Liberty - Some Tracks

We did a review of Fullset and their album Notes At Liberty some months back and what a good album it was. For those of you that may have missed that particular delight you will be glad to know that they have shared some tracks from the album which you can listen to below. Check out their website www.fullsetmusic.com

In our review we said the following "We highlighted Fullset as a group to watch out for in 2012 and they certainly do not disappoint on their debut album "Notes At Liberty".  They produce an exciting, lively and refreshing take on the music.  The band include Séan McCarthy (Uilleann Pipes), Michael Harrison (Fiddle), Janine Redmond (Accordion), Teresa Horgan (Flute & Vocals), Eamon Moloney (Bodhrán), and Andrew Meaney (Guitar)

On the opening uilleann pipe driven set The Oak Tree/The Laurel Tree/Moll & Tiarna they show their assured capabilities and take a well known set of tunes and give it a deeply refreshing lift.  They describe the second set of hornpipes as chilled out and it certainly is.  Accordion and guitar in perfect unison open up the set that comprises Horse Keane's Hornpipe/Paddy Gone To France/Eddie Moloney's with the rest of the group then picking up the pace.  The vocals by Teresa on the third track  Boys of Bedlam have the air of a seasoned and well travelled songstress and they fit very well in this group context" Read Full Review

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