Seelie Court | Cobblestone

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Cobblestone

by Seelie Court

It's sort of an Irish, English, Scottish, shanty, folkie, traditional, singin, drinkin, dancin, havin fun kind of music.
Genre: World: Celtic
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1. Caldwell Weaver
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2:36 album only
2. Early One Morning - Mari's Wedding
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3:31 album only
3. Paper of Pins
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3:48 album only
4. P is for Paddy
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2:34 album only
5. Cobblestone
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6:58 album only
6. Ants Falling From Trees Must Stop
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1:29 album only
7. Billy Boy - Banish Misfortunate
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5:26 album only
8. Randy Dandy O
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2:42 album only
9. Fair Flower of Northumberland
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3:39 album only
10. Dancin' in the Sand
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11. Bedlam Boys
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3:25 album only
12. Pass Me a Pint
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3:35 album only
13. Hares on the Mountain
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14. The Wreck of the Nancy Lee
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15. Johnny Miner
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
“The unending clatter of jackhammers was what drew me to my window. Down below, city workers scurried like ants collecting the rubble left in the wake their brothers’ destruction. The once proud and well-crafted cobblestone sidewalk torn up in favor of a new walkway of cement and steel. It gave me pause to consider this thing we call progress. What stories would those bricks tell us if only given the voice? Does progress really move us forward, or is it yet another way for us to erase and rewrite history? I turned, walked back to my desk and began to write. The song “Cobblestone” was born.”

Seelie Court is proud to offer their brand new, long awaited release, “Cobblestone”.

It's filled to the brim with Seelie takes on classic Celtic songs (like “Bedlam Boys”, “Hares on the Mountain”, “Paper of Pins”, “P is for Paddy” and “Johnny Miner”), topped off with a sprinkling of maritime amusement (in Randy Dandy O and The Wreck of the Nancy Lee), and served up with a heaping side of original songs by Jon Baade (including the smash Parrothead inspired hit “Dancin in the Sand”) and topped off with one original tune by Lindsay Jensen.

Not only is it a “must own” for every Seelie Court fan, it’s a “must own” for every fan of Celtic music!


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