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In Concert

by Stonecircle

Celtic-fusion group Stonecircle, live in concert at Hard Rock Cafe and Spotlight Acoustic Cafe. Tracks include a cover of Led Zeppelin's "Battle of Evermore" and a Jamming version of "The Blacksmith", a fan favorite.
Genre: Folk: Celtic Fusion
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1. Bachlava
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2. The Battle of Evermore
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9:47 $0.99
3. A Bold Young Farmer
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2:59 $0.99
4. Alison McKenzie
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5. The Homecoming
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6. The Jester's Song
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7. The Blacksmith
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8. James Betagh
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9. Saucy Sailor
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10. Both Sides the Tweed
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11. Pierre de Grenoble
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Album Notes
Krista Baker (violin, fiddle)
Nina Cooley (flute, whistle, percussion)
Mary Johnston-Coursey (vocals, whistle,percussion)
Irminsul (harp, keyboards)
George Schoemaker (guitars, harmonicas, vocals)

Produced by Cyrus Gardner and George Schoemaker


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Guthorm (The Wimshurst's Machine, Italy)

GREAT!
I first heard a track from the album "Alchemy", who made me fall in love for this music. The song was "My tapestry" and I heard it on their "Project Overseer Productions" page. The track amazed me since the very first time I did hear it. I absolutely love the sound of the Harp and of the Celtic Harp and here we have wonderful harp, flute, violin/fiddle and general texture, an outstanding melody, a great talent in composition/arrangement and in play. I absolutely love this track, the atmosphere it build up and the delicate, sensual and pacific flavors. Listening to it I am set in another realm, made of good music, almost in a celtic fairytale... Great, absolutely great!
So much that I did search until I found all your CDs and bought them all! :-)

C. Butler "Uber Geek wannabe"

Zeppelin, Traffic, and Chris Norman swhished together, OUTSTANDING!
Zeppelin, Traffic, and Chris Norman swhished together, March 3, 2004
Reviewer: C. Butler "Uber Geek wannabe" (Linthicum, MD USA)

Very cool cover of a Zepplin song - great playing! Reminiscent of Traffic crossed with Chris Norman and Helicon plus It's a Beautiful Day.

The singing is inspired (Maddy Prior'd be proud), and who would have thought a harp (or a hammer dulcimer?) would sound so cool in this context? Not to mention the cool jazzy fiddling - I have no idea how it all comes out so celtic, but somehow it all works!

Great stuff - buy the CD!