Band from County Hell | Shifts & Changes

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Shifts & Changes

by Band from County Hell

This sixth, original album has received rave reviews across the UK music press: 'ten constantly gritty, passionate and appealing compositions are interwoven seamlessly with celtic instrumentation and the delightfully understated vocals of Joolz Mclelland'
Genre: Folk: Celtic Folk
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1. Pussycat
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2. Late Lost Souls
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3. Meet the Folks
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4. Shifts & Changes
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5. But It Did
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6. Famous
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7. Will You
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8. Liberty
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9. Sad Day
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10. Mammy
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Album Notes
The Band From County Hell was founded in 1995 by frontman Steven Mclelland, and the band now comprises of five members, three of which are from the Mclelland family. They have recorded six original albums, this being the latest works, and the album has been awarded a four star review from national music magazine, R2. The album is high on energy and the songs are very much a reflection of the time, with the songwriting being completely unique. With strong melodies, great playing and distinctive vocals, 'Shifts & Changes' really is a first class album by a truely orginal celtic, folk rock band.


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