Kick Up the Dust | Heroes of the Ships

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Heroes of the Ships

by Kick Up the Dust

Musicians from the UK and US combine to reinterpret and pay tribute to some of the best traditional folk music from England, Ireland and Scotland.
Genre: Folk: Celtic Folk
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1. The Holy Ground
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2. Cockles and Mussels
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3. Home Boys Home
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4. The Irish Rover
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5. Maggie May
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6. The Lakes of Pontchartrain
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7. Pleasant and Delightful
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8. The Rose of Allendale
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9. The Mermaid
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10. The Old Dun Cow
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11. Rare Old Mountain Dew
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Album Notes
Kick Up The Dust is ready with their Debut album "Heroes of the Ships" an exceptional English/Irish Folk Collection. Kick Up The Dust formed in London during the mid 1980's at Brunel, The University of West London where a group of Ale loving muscians would play there version of English/ Irish traditional pub music all over London on into the late 80's. In 2006 Singer/Guitarist Dave Fishwick and Percussionist Peter Dyson got together at the acclaimed Studio West in San Diego to produce "Heroes of the Ships". Using original members from England and now Southern California as well as local Southern Californian folk musicians. The two have captured the rowdy high energy pub-like atmosphere that has kept this bands passion for playing alive into the new millenium and onto new areas.


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