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What about ya?

by Finn's Fury

This ain't yer Grandma's Irish music.
Genre: World: Celtic
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1. The Auld Triangle
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2. The Kesh Jig
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3. Ring of Fire
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4. Tippin it up to Nancy
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5. Raglan road
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6. What about ya?
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7. Steam train to Mallaig
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8. Henry my son
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9. The green fields of France
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10. Highland Cathedral
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11. Sam Hall
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
New York's Celtic rock band Finn's Fury adds Irish, blues, punk, as well as lyrical vocals to a hard rock wall of sound to create "Urban Celtic Fusion Rock". What makes this band unique is it's improvising ability. Instrumental jams with a raw edge of unpredictability are a trademark. With well over a decade of experience in touring and concerts behind them, the members of Finn's Fury come from a diverse collection of experiences... From the Waldorf Astoria and Irish Festivals all over the country to Broadway and television, the members bring an exciting and ecclectic mix to create a high energy to all their performances.


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Ray Barr

what about ya
best ive heard in a long time.keep them coming,

Dan Balsley

What about YA?
I love about 90% of the CD, Some of the songs just ound a little off. Not sure why, Could be the difference between live and recorded. But I would highly suggest to anyone that they own a copy of this CD.

Whiskey DeVille

What about ya?
Like nothing you have ever heard before! A mix to please every type of music lover. The Auld Triangle may prove to be the "Stairway to Heaven" of Celtic music. Sam Hall will make you want to hit something!

Brian McKInney

Feeling it
I met the band on St. Patricks day 07, and belive me when I say I've been waiting on this album since that glorious weekend. It's one thing to do something like this band does because of the masses. It is something all together different to do it because of the love and passion that you have for it drives you constantly. You can feel that everything that could be put into this album is. Blood and tears with just a drop of Jameson and Guiness. Great job guy's, great job!

Robert C Nasta

"This Ain't You'r Grandma's Irish Music"
That's what The Band told me and they damn sure delivered. Immediately boosted to one of my all time favourite albums.

Pogue Mahone

Best CD I've bought all year
Killer CD! Listened to Green Fields 20 times in a row! Excellent versions of Ring Of Fire and Raglan Road AND The Aulde Triangle is a masterpiece! Keep pumping out the tunes, FF. Can't wait to see you live!

jenifer whelan


Loved it!Can't wait to see you guys live at the WSFD half way to St Pats in Sept!!!!

Suki Sue

The BEST!!!
My absolute new favorite CD!! I can't remember the last time I bought a CD and LOVED every song on it. I don't know what Dan is talking about below. I can't even count how many times I've listened to the CD already and surely haven't heard anything that sounds a little off anywhere on it. Great band, great CD. Add this to your collection today!

musichealer

What About Ya?
Great blending of traditional Celtic feel with raw, rock power. Great fun and innovative use of Pipes and Rock Rhythm Section....check out Steam Train to Mallaig. Great cover of Ring of Fire...took considerable 'b...s' to mess with a Johnny Cash song....nailed it and then some. Green Fields will leave you reflective....a powerful indictiment of war.

LillBit

WOW!
INCREDIBLE! That pretty much sums it up. I don't know what else to add except AWESOME! Oh yeah, I wanna marry Min-Finn when he grows up!
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