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Long awaited album of Comas "Comas, one of Europe's most sensational Celtic bands, brings together four of the most exciting musicians of their generation. " (The Irish Post) "Another band added to my 'must-see-live' list." (The Living Tradition
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1. Joe Toms / The Brocca / The Donegal Lass (feat. Sylvain Barou)
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2. The Paige Boys / The Whistling Cat / Joan and John's
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3. Het Luiaardsgild/ Lazy Waltz
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4. Eastern Lane / Vindaloo
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5. Beoga / Lønningen's Lilt
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6. Drink the Rest and Hide the Bottle / Give Us a Drink of Water / The Steeplechase
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7. Cape Clear
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8. Paddy Fahy's / The Maspeth Reel / Mighty Keith O'neill
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9. Jim Kelly's / The Windy City / The Soft Horse (feat. Sylvain Barou)
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10. Bold Donnelly / Winnie Hayes
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11. Finola and Toms Hornpipe / the Tailor’s Thimble / Jim Donoghue's / Cavers of Kirkcudbright
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Aidan Burke (Ireland) : fiddle, vocals
Isaac Alderson (New York - USA) : flutes, pipes, vocals
Philip Masure (Belgium) : guitar, cittern, bouzouki, vocals
Jackie Moran (Chicago - USA) : bodhran, various percussion, vocals

guest : Sylvain Barou (Brittany) : flute

Since march 2003 Comas have been together as a band, before that, they toured individually in top acts as The Drovers, Orion, Eileen Ivers, Urbantrad, Denez Prigent, and the internationally acclaimed Liz Carroll...to name just a few...
Although coming from diverse musical backgrounds, and residing in different parts of the globe, they found eachother in their similiar approach to music, bringing together their many cultural influences to forge a unique blend of Traditional Irish music that literally had them, within months of coming together, playing on Major Festivals in Ireland/ USA/ Canada/ Belgium/ France/ England/ Denmark/ Holland/ Switserland.... This achivement alone is worthy of note, and as further testimony to their deep rooted talents, being asked back immediately on every Festival they played on, before they even had time to put our instruments away.
By now Comas had built up a sizable repution to be hailed in the press as: "The Revelation of the year" (NVFOLK) and as: "The best traditional band around"(Folkspot).
When you hear Comas you'll know that their choice of name was no mere coincidence. (Translating from Irish/ Gaelic as POWER) And power is exactly what this band is about. Depicting their own driving power coupled with a fine sensitivity for the inner strands of magic that is inherent in Irish music. Here, their Fiddle player, Aidan Burke comes into his own, delving deep into his Irish roots to pluck out a pure sound that transcends time and place guaranteed to touch any lover of Celtic music. Aidan's dexterity is evenly matched by the awesome talents of Isaac Alderson (flutes, pipes), Philip Masure (Guitar) and Jackie Moran (percussion)
"Comas plays enormously fast but with a lot of feelings" (S.Feys)

Comas are a band firmly rooted in Irish music, but with enough space to allow in original compositions. Open to new influences, but with a respectful eye on the past is what brings Comas to the fore-front of what traditional music is about today.
(Text by the Irish writer/singer Tom Acton)


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