Celtic Nots | Three Jolly Rogues

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Three Jolly Rogues

by Celtic Nots

Traditional Irish music with a twist
Genre: Folk: Celtic Folk
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1. Three Jolly Rogues
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2. Tatter Jack Walsh
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5:54 album only
3. The House Set
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4:46 album only
4. Fionnghuala
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1:49 album only
5. The Gander Set
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5:09 album only
6. The Miller of Drohan
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4:56 album only
7. The Merry Sisters of Fate
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2:35 album only
8. Johnny Jump-Up
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4:05 album only
9. Vlad and the Bunny Ride the Steamboat
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10. The Chao Set
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11. The House Carpenter
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12. Dr Gilbert Set
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13. The Parting Glass
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Finally, after five years, Celtic Nots have brought out their sixth album, one which features Jeff McMurtery of cajon, djembe, and of course, bodhran. Like previous recordings, "Three Jolly Rogues" has a mixture of driving Irish and Celtic tunes and vocal numbers, such as the adrenaline-pumping mouth music piece "Fionnghuala", the classic boy-meets-booze tale "Johnny Jump Up" and the breathtaking "Parting Glass", guaranteed to bring a wee tear to the eye. The band, Carlos Alden (stringy things), Jeff McMurtery (bangy things), and James Hunter (blowy things), are joined by the ridiculously talented bassist Eugene Jablonsky on two tracks - the whimsical "Vladimir's Steamboat" and the jazzy "Dr Gilbert", setting the scene for a possible sequel..."Four Jolly Rogues"?


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