Tiller's Folly | Stirring Up Ghosts: Songs & Stories of Historic British Columbia

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Stirring Up Ghosts: Songs & Stories of Historic British Columbia

by Tiller's Folly

Progressive Roots
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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1. The Ghost of Simon Fraser
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2. Voyageur
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3. John Tod
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4. Richard Moody
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5. Ned McGowan\'s War
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6. Chatham Reach
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7. Twenty-three Camels
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8. The Ghost of Kitty O\'Reilly
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9. Down at Gassy Jack\'s
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10. The Electric Railway Line
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11. McCulloch\'s Wonder
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12. Last of the Royal Engineers
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Album Notes
Edmonton Journal:
Review: As one of the tightest, and unflinchingly focused, folk bands in the nation, Tiller’s Folly continues to produce music that is both distinctly Canadian and firmly rooted in the Celtic tradition. Songwriter and lead
singer Bruce Coughlan has mined the colourful history of the Pacific Northwest with the help of curators and historians, and successfully turns yesterday’s adventures and yarns into engaging tunes built around rock-solid
arrangements and outstanding instrumental interplay. Binding together the best of a decade’s worth of gems, with Chatham Reach, Last of the Royal Engineers and Down At Gassy Jack’s having been cut in the last year,Coughlan, bassist Lawrence Knight and string wizard Nolan Murray vigorously stir the pot with Pogues-like intensity one minute before delivering a sweet ballad the next. With help from friends like ex-Newgrass Revival singer John
Cowan, Steven Drake of Odds fame and famed American session pianist Larry Knechtel (LA Wrecking Crew), Stirring Up Ghosts confirms that Tiller’s Folly is a
national treasure.
Peter North


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