Traditional Irish Music
It's getting difficult to decide what to put on the player these days with the quality of music that is being produced. We are still getting a lot of albums coming through the door so lots of good music reviews coming up. The feedback is fantastic as well and shows that we are not alone in our estimation of the talent that is out there.
We didn't get to the recent We Banjo 3 concert but the feedback from friends was extremely positive. Check out Roots of The Banjo Tree. Two other albums with a different feel were Cara and their album Long Distance Love and The Outside Track and their album Flash Company Both have a different sound and approach from other groups, representing as it does the different influences that come from Europe and the USA with their member makeup. Other than that some other great albums coming through our door that we haven't got round to reviewing yet. We got a nugget through from Jack Talty and his Raelach records by J.P. Downes called Traditional Flute Music from Quilty County Clare. Great for its raw honesty, recorded as it was in 2006 in J.P.'s home as part of a field recording. While on the subject of Clare we also have Eamonn Cotter and his album The Knotted Cord. Again flute playing of the highest quality.
If you have an album out send it in to us. Our views for some of our top albums will be in excess of 600 views each. You won't get that exposure elsewhere so get posting your albums in.
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