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by Shooglenifty

This Album comes on two Discs one was recorded live in the studio with us all playing together. The other is made up of very different remixes of these tracks and some other tracks which were slowly.
Genre: Folk: Acid Folk
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1. The Road To Bled
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6:04 album only
2. The Dancing Goose
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5:37 album only
3. The Dotteral
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6:38 album only
4. The Ham In the Boiler Room
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4:34 album only
5. Cleicken the Deil
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5:28 album only
6. The Vague Rant
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4:03 album only
7. Glenfinnan Dawn
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5:40 album only
8. The Wing
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5:11 album only
9. Up All Night
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5:19 album only
10. Sulphur Mountain Cosmic Ray Station
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5:02 album only
11. First to Sleep
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3:51 album only
12. Johnny Cope
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6:01 album only
13. Would You Like an Olive, Wes?
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3:15 album only
14. Dolphin Delta Dotteral
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15. The Road to Bled (Live)
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Album Notes
Murmichan Review

For the uninitiated, Shooglenifty are an Edinburgh based 6-piece Celtic rock
fusion band that tours internationally and not nearly enough in the UK. The
band blends Scottish traditional music with influences ranging from the
electronic to alternative, even progressive rock. Yes, I kid you not, this
band is brilliant. The new album is stuffed full of instrumental lovelies
that bring to mind the Ozric¹s and the Fairport¹s all in one. The wonderful
labels of 'acid croft' music or ŒCeltic confusion¹ kind of sums it up. The
5-piece has the perfect blend with young Tasmanian multi-instrumentalist,
Luke Plumb, here on mandolin and tenor banjo along with the four Scottish
guys, Garry Finlayson (banjo, banjax), Quee Macarthur (bass), Angus R Grant
(fiddle) and Malcolm Crosbie (acoustic and electric guitars).
The first CD was recorded live in 2008 (with little or no overdubs) whilst
the second CD has four remixes of tunes from disc one and four new tracks.
No point selecting tracks because they are all just thoroughly peachy (can
you say that about a folk/rock review?) Go on, put ya pure prog album down
for ten and give something else a go! MH

Martin Hudson
Classic Rock UK Ltd


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