Sunday, August 29, 2010

REVIEW: KILMAINE SAINTS - THE GOOD, THE PLAID, AND THE UGLY (2010) KSCD001




Kilmaine Saints – The Good, The Plaid, and the Ugly – KSCD001
Self-produced and self-financed
Release Date: July 20th, 2010
Running Time: 41:57 – 12 tracks

Kilmaine Saints is an 8 piece band from Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania fronted by a County Mayo born lead vocalist. They define themselves as “Superior.Celtic.Rock”. The band has three members that play the pipes, but definitely they are not a “bagpipes rock” band. And, even if they say that their influences are bands such as Dropkick Murphys, Flogging Molly and The Pogues, I feel that their definition is better than Celtic punk.

The Good, The Plaid, and the Ugly” is an excellent debut album in which 8 out of 12 tracks are self-penned songs. The band has four songwriters: Brendan “Duke” Power (Lead vocals, bodhrán), Frank “Rev Fluffy” Aponte (Multi-instrumentalist: tenor banjo, bass, mandolin…), “Lovely” Liz Mallin (Fiddle) and Mike “McKnuckles” McNaughton (drums). The quality of their songwriting work is increased by the musicianship of all the band members, especially Barry “Black-Eye” Mills guitars, Liz fiddle and Mike drums.

As far as the covers are concerned, they have chosen 4 numbers that have been played by a lot of bands. However, their versions are really fresh and different from the ones we are used to hear. For instance, the opening track, “Amazing Grace” is a pipes and drums band version. “Whiskey in the Jar” is closer to Thin Lizzy than to The Dubliners + The Pogues. “The Wearing of the Green” (a song that shares the music with “The Rising of the Moon”) begins as if it was a pipes and drums tune, but immediately it turns into a Dropckick Murphys style song. And “The Leaving of Liverpool”, with a slight Flogging Molly touch at the beginning, shows that the band rocks.

The second track, “The Saints are Up!” is obviously about them: “Raise a shot, raise a pint, put your arms around your mate ‘cuz we’re the noisy drunken bastards called the Kilmaine Saints”. Great pipes work and great vocals with a DKM edge.

My Island” has a Great Big Sea feeling and good guitar and fiddle contributions.

The next song, “Farewell, Self Esteem”, makes you think that you are going to listen to a Paperboys song, but it becomes a Celtic punk number in which all the band sounds really tight: fiddle, tin whistle, accordion…

Gold and Guns (Will Get the Job Done)” is another Celtic rock track: excellent guitars and superb fiddle and tin whistle.

The shadow of bands such as The Dreadnoughts can be heard in “Ten Fathoms Deep”, a true pirate song.

Painting Paradise Square” tells the story of the Irishmen in Amerikay. A song in the Dropkick Murphys/Flogging Molly vein. Hat off to Frank Aponte, both songwriting and his playing are awesome in this song.

One of my favourite tracks is “Casey’s Swagger”, a Seven Little Sisters meet The Real McKenzies song. Brendan vocals are aggressive enough and the band, lead by Liz, is really topnotch.

The last track is “Póg Mo Thóin”. It is not the kind of song that I would have chosen to close the album, but the final “kitchen party” tunes improve it.

Kilmaine SaintsThe Good, The Plaid, and the Ugly”. Or should I say “The Good, the Excellent and the Best”?

Tracklist:

01. Amazing Grace 2:23
02. The Saints Are Up! 2:43
03. My Island 2:26
04. Whiskey In the Jar 3:19
05. Farewell, Self Esteem 2:46
06. Gold and Guns (Will Get the Job Done) 4:20
07. Wearing of the Green 3:42
08. Ten Fathoms Deep 3:50
09. Painting Paradise Square 4:37
10. The Leaving of Liverpool 3:01
11. Casey's Swagger 3:07
12. Póg Mo Thóin 5:43


www.kilmainesaints.com
www.myspace.com/kilmainesaints
www.reverbnation.com/kilmainesaints
www.kilmainesaints.com/dnn/LinkClick.aspx?fileticket=Hn_kCHp5RUs%3d&tabid=93 (CD liner notes)

Tu purchase the album, click below

www.cdbaby.com/cd/KilmaineSaints
www.kilmainesaints.com/dnn/Shop.aspx

Review by Kinksmarkham
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Saturday, August 28, 2010

FREE DOWNLOAD - THE RUMMIES



APX Music Proudly Presents

"The Single"

Welcome to the very first release of The Rummies STHLM. "The Single" contains two songs just like the vinyl singles once did, hence the name.

All songs written by T. Selling and N. Nilsson and arranged by The Rummies.
Recorded by The Rummies at Kansliet 2010.
Produced by T. Selling and The Rummies.
Mixed by J. Brorson.
Mastered by M. Lindfors at Cutting Room.
Web design by N. Nilsson.

The songs are free to download, copy and distribute for personal use. All the songs are also availible for purchase. Support The Rummies and purchase merchandise from APX Music at www.apxmusic.se.

The Rummies is Marc playing the violin and Nick on guitar and lead vocals, Rats is mastering the drums and backup vocals and Mick is standing firm with the bass.


www.rummies.se
www.myspace.com/rummiesmusic

DOWNLOAD:

http://rummies.se/thesingle/indexx.htm#

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Friday, August 27, 2010

VIDEOS - CELTAS CORTOS


Celtas Cortos is the main Spanish Celtic Rock band.


Their current line-up is as follows:

Jesús Cifuentes - lead vocals, guitar
Goyo Yeves - sax, whistles
Oscar García - bass
Alberto García - fiddle, trombone
José Sendino - guitar
Diego Martín - drums
Antón Dávila - bagpipes
Jorge Arribas - keyboards

Discography:

1988 - Así es como suena: folk joven (4 bands sampler)
1989 - Salida de emergencia (all the tracks are instrumental tunes)
1990 - Gente impresentable
1991 - Cuéntame un cuento
1993 - Tranquilo majete
1995 - ¡Vamos!("Best of" for the German market)
1996 - En estos días inciertos
1997 - Nos vemos en los bares (2 CD Live)
1998 - El alquimista loco (All the tracks are instrumental tunes)
1999 - The best of ("Best of" for the French market)
1999 - Tienes la puerta abierta
2001 - Grandes éxitos, pequeños regalos (2 CD "Best of" for the Spanish market)
2003 - C'est la vie (without Jesus Cifuentes, vocals: Antuan)
2006 - 20 soplando versos (Jesús Cifuentes "come back" album: best of + some new tracks)
2008 - 40 de Abril
2010 - Introversiones (covers album)

www.celtascortos.com

www.myspace.com/celtascortos

The band is releasing their new album, "Introversiones" next August 31:

Introversiones - Tracklist

1.- BLUES DEL PESCADOR (“FISHERMAN'S BLUES”) (Michael Scott,Wickham, Stephen Patrick)
The Waterboys
2.- VIDA GRIS (“GRANITE YEARS”) (John L. Jones / Ian Telfer)
(lyrics adapted by: Desiré Mendiluce) .
Oysterband
3.- LUCHA DE GIGANTES (Antonio Vega Talles)
4.- STAR OF THE COUNTY DOWN (Traditional)
5.- BREIZH POSITIVE (Stephane de Vito, Jean-Charles Guichen, Jacques Guichen, Gael Nicol,David Pasquet)
Ar re yaouank
6.- FIESTA (Spanish version) (MacGowan/ Finer/ Koetscher/ Lindt)
(lyrics adapted by Desiré Mendiluce)
The Pogues
7- MALDITOS VECINOS (Jesus Santiago Oria Resa)
Kojon Prieto y los Huajolotes
8.- EL MARINERO BORRACHO (The Drunken Sailor) Traditional
lyrics adapted by: Pilar Alonso.
9.- TODO CAMBIA (Julio Numhauser)
Mercedes Sosa
10.- CATEGORY (Moving Hearts) (Sinnott Lunny / Declan Francis Sinnott)
Moving Hearts
11.- AITA SEMEAK (Ignacio Angel de Felipe Alonso Miguel José Zarate Lejarraga)
Oskorri
12.- Vamos Eileen (Come On Eileen) (Rowland, Paterson, Adams, Billingham)
(lyrics adapted by Desiré Mendiluce and Pilar Alonso)
Dexy's Midnight Runners
13.- SHENANDOAH (Traditional)

All tracks arranged by Celtas Cortos and Juan Ignacio Cuadrado.


These are some of their videos at their official YouTube site:


Celtas Cortos - Cuéntame un cuento


Celtas Cortos "El ritmo del mar"


Celtas Cortos - Tranquilo majete

Celtas - No nos podrán parar

Celtas Cortos - Madera de colleja

Celtas Cortos - ¿Que voy a hacer yo?


Celtas Cortos - La senda del tiempo (live)

Celtas Cortos - Veinte de abril (live)

Celtas Cortos - Gente Distinta

Celtas Cortos - Hay que volver

Celtas Cortos - Retales de una vida

Celtas Cortos - Blues del pescador (Fisherman's Blues, The Waterboys)



This one is at the Spanish TV (RTVE) website:


Celtas Cortos - Vida gris (Granite Years, Oysterband)
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Thursday, August 26, 2010

FREE DOWNLOADS - LTS





LTS, or Long Term Survivors, was a French band that played Celtic punk.

Ticho (lyrics, vocals, arrangements and guitar) and Pascal (lyrics, vocals and guitar) ,founded a punk band, Zarbiband. Later, they were joined by Zoé (flute, vocals and lyrics) and Martin (mandolin) and LTS was born, a band that blended traditional music and punk.

The label Pékor Produc released two cassettes "Celtic Core" and "Pu Wong" and a CD that was produced by Nabate "Intime Océan".

In 2003 they toured Slovenia, Switzerland and Slovenia once again. In the Fall of 2003 Martin left the band and they toured Belgium.

Almost all their recordings are available under licence Creative Commons by.nc.sa 2.5. The only recording that is not available is "Pu Wong".


http://lts.propagande.org/


DOWNLOAD:

http://revolutionsoundrecords.org/static.php?op=artistes.php&npds=1&fiche=lts (track by track, mp3 or ogg)
www.dogmazic.net/LTS (track by track, mp3 or ogg)

Full albums at mediafire:

LTS - Celtic Core

LTS - Intime Ocean

LTS - Live et Sauvage

LTS - A Fleur de Peau
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Tuesday, August 24, 2010

FREE DOWNLOAD - CRÈVE NUIT


Crève Nuit is a band from the South East of France that plays "anarchic folk". Their "cuisine" consists of:

1 kg "Chanson française/canción francesa"
550 g alternative rock
1 pinch of punk
875 g folk (from Ireland to Asia)

Franck - vocals, banjo, harmonica, kazoo
Seb - guitar, vocals
Ghis - bass
Laurent - drums, backing vocals


www.myspace.com/crevenuit


Crève Nuit - "Demo"

5 tracks 17:26

1 Zébulon à l' Elysée 3:46
2 Dama Zubrowka 4:53
3 Jalousie 3:04
4 La valse du pouvoir 2:41
5 La complainte des braves gens 3:02


DOWNLOAD:

www.jamendo.com/es/album/61275

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FIRE IN THE PUB - Sampler August 2010

01 - THE THIEVES - Punch in the Face 2:33
02 - THE THIEVES - Drink Up Yer Poison Boys (from "Drink Up Yer Poison Boys") 3:51
03 - THE THIEVES - Worst Things First (from "Drink Up Yer Poison Boys") 2:47
04 - RUM CURRENCY - Screaming Bloody Murder (Demo) 1:11
05 - RUM CURRENCY - Can't Take You Anywhere (Demo) 2:38
06 - HER PILLOW - Pelago Airport (Live Frontiera 1998) 2:50
07 - HER PILLOW - The Band Still Is Playng (Live Festa L'Unità 2000) 3:03
08 - HER PILLOW - One More Glass (Live Invito alla Letura 2001) 3:04
09 - HER PILLOW - Rocky Shores of Carna (Live Allerona 2001) 4:05
10 - HER PILLOW - Master of the Craic (Live Allerona 2001) 2:19
11 - HER PILLOW - Juice of the Barley/Blitzkrieg Bop (Live Firenze 2008) 5:08
12 - CADATERRA - Johnny Jump Up (from "Turn Left at the Dog") 4:41
13 - CADATERRA - Blackbird (from "Turn Left at the Dog") 5:51
14 - CADATERRA - Stargazer's Inn (from "Turn Left at the Dog") 6:11
15 - CADATERRA - Cat's Eye View (from "Turn Left at the Dog") 4:26
16 - YELTIS - Flannery's Reel (from "Dolmen public") 4:27
17 - YELTIS - The Hills of Connemara (from "Dolmen public") 3:09
18 - YELTIS - Farewell to Erin (from "Reflets d'ailleurs") 4:46
19 - YELTIS - Pierre Dialou (from "Reflets d'ailleurs") 3:34
20 - YELTIS - The Bog (from "Reflets d'ailleurs") 4:10

Tracks 1-3, The Thieves
Tracks 4-5, Rum Currency, licence Creative Commons
Tracks 6-10, Her Pillow
Track 11, Traditional arr. Her Pillow/The Ramones arr. Her Pillow
Tracks 12-15, Cadaterra
Tracks 16-18 and 20, Traditional arr. Yeltis,licence Creative Commons - by-nc-nd 2.5.
Track 19, Patrick Lory/Yeltis, licence Creative Commons - by-nc-nd 2.5.

1) The Thieves (Adelaide, SA, Australia)

Spencer - vocals,banjo and mandolin
Ben - lead vocals and guitars
Kat Williams - acoustic guitar
Hoffman - drums
Bellanie - bass
Sammy Rogers- mandolin


Discography:

"Drink Up Yer Poison Boys" (5 track EP, 2010)


"The Thieves gettin ya Irish on .

Having origionally formed early '09 with Ben and Spencer as a 2 piece to play along side adelaides Zep Boys at the Govenor Hindmarsh Hotel since then the band has moved forward in leaps and bounds .Including Exploding in size to a 6 piece acoustic outfit.The band having been bringing the house down where ever they play with there strong Irish and Celtic flavours great original songs and lively stage anticts .Having already shared the stage with such legends as SHAM 69(UK), THE BUSINESS(UK), TOM GABEL(USA) , CHUCK RAGAN (USA).Heading into the studio in late November to Record and summer festival season starting there is much promise on the horizons and the band have great things in their sights. "

www.myspace.com/thethievesaus
www.triplejunearthed.com/Artists/View.aspx?artistid=31686
www.reverbnation.com/shadowthieves#/thethievesmwt


2) Rum Currency (Cairns, Queensland, Australia)

Rum Currency - guitar, bass, mandolin, banjo, tin whistle, bodhran, harmonica, gitzuki (home made bazooki from a 12 string gtr)

Discography:

As Blaggard:

"Can't Write Can't Play Can't Sing" (8 tracks, 2006)
"Warm Stout" (10 tracks, 2007)

As Rum Currency:

"Demo" (11 tracks, 2010)

Most of the tracks of the demo were posted some time ago. These are the last two tracks that have been recorded.

www.myspace.com/rumcurrency



3) Her Pillow (Roma, Italia)

Nicola Mancuso - bass, backing vocals
Fabio Magnasciutti - vocals, guitar
Roberto Magnasciutti - accordion, flutes, guitar, bouzouki
Alessio Morglia - guitars
Luca Forte - banjo, guitar
Carlo "Pesce" Pescarolo - drums
Emiliano Camertoni - flutes, spoons ...


Discography:

"L'Irlanda nel Cuore,la birra nelle vene" (14 tracks, 1998)
"Ha-Roo" (14 tracks, 1999)
"Catherpillow" (18 tracks,live, 2000)
"Drops" (11 tracks, 2002)
"La rota e la commare" (10 tracks, 2002)
"Lakapra Kampa" (2009)

www.herpillow.net
www.myspace.com/herpillow


"Her Pillow is a project that mixes two very different cultures and musical styles. On one hand the ballads and the folk-songs of Ireland with progressions and sounds peculiar to celtic music On the other hand the violent, even if sometime thoughtful, impact of 80's rock, based on electric guitar, bass and drums. The outcome is an overwhelming cascade of sounds that finds its higher expression in live performances, when restless reels alternate with dissonant and pining love-songs and when the public becomes necessarily part of the show. Her Pillow always try to evolve their music: the first references to the Pogues, Tom Waits or to the Clash are now fading in a new sound and style that brings folk-music into the groove of a punk-rock band. The desire to express and create different emotions will never end because if it were so Her Pillow would sing their last song.


4) Cadaterra (Hessen, Germany)

Rene Müller - vocals, guitar
Christian Metz - bass
Myriam Zeuner - whistles, flutes
Sandra Haufert - accordion, backings
Walter Kuehnel - drums


Discography:

"Turn Left at the Dog" (6 track EP, 2007)

www.myspace.com/cadaterra

www.mp3.de/home/cadaterra
www.lastfm.es/music/Cadaterra


5) Yeltis (Dijon, France)

Fanny Voillot - melodeon
Yoann Voisin - bass, backing vocals
François Xavier "FX" Gailloz - Flute
Patrick Lory - vocals, mandola, guitras, whistle, programming
Gildas Lefaix - drums, electronic drums, samples
Olivier Bernard - flute, Tenor Sax, Soprano Sax

Guest:
Estelle Harbulot - fiddle

Discography:

"Dolmen Public" (13 tracks, 2003)
"Reflets d'ailleurs" (14 tracks, 2007)

www.yeltis.com
www.myspace.com/yeltiszic
www.dogmazic.net/static.php?op=musiqueIndex.php&npds=-1&group=Yeltis+-+meltin+celt+music

More tracks can be downloaded from dogmazic.net

Some comments about the tracks:

Flannery's Reel - Techno and Disco Reel
The Hills of Connemara - Reggae
Farewell to Erin - A classic reel discofied by Yeltis


DOWNLOAD

www.mediafire.com/?4e4cp0335y6ui23


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Wednesday, August 18, 2010

KETAMINA + SASPAD OF SAO PAULO - Liberated Bootleg


Ketamina sharing the stage with the Saint Andrews Society Pipes and Drums of Sao Paulo:


1 - Scotland the Brave 3:05
2 - Amazing Grace 3:05
3 - Brazilian Set 1:04
4 - Auld Lang Syne 2:15


DOWNLOAD:

http://www.4shared.com/file/o_Zu7oSP/Bootleg_Ketamina_St_Andrews_So.html




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Tuesday, August 17, 2010

THE RUMMIES - Single out in August



In August The Single from The Rummies will be released. It will be available for free download sometime during August.


www.rummies.se
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BOOTLEG - STEELEYE SPAN




Steeleye Span is/was one of the main British Folk Rock bands. This bootleg from 1973 features mainly the songs from their 4th and 5th albums.

(Taken from Wikipedia)

"Below the Salt is a 1972 album by Steeleye Span, and considered by many fans to be one of their best. The album has a slightly medieval theme, most notably in the artwork and title. The album cover shows the band in period costume at a feast, while the title refers to practice in the Middle Ages of having salt (something of a rarity) placed in the center of the table separating the family from the servants, who were situated "below the salt". Some of the music on the album has a medieval motif, but only a few of the songs arguably date back quite so far. The ballad "King Henry" (Child Ballad 32), and the a cappella "Gaudete" are certainly very old, and the lyrics to "Royal Forester" date from 1293. However, while "Gaudete" is performed in an authentic style, electric guitars abound in the performance of "King Henry".

Gaudete became the band's first hit, reaching number 14 on the UK charts. To give the impression of the choristers approaching and moving away, as if on a pilgrimage, the song was given a long fade in and out (the single did not fade in/fade out).

By this point, Ashley Hutchings had left the band, leaving Maddy Prior and Tim Hart as the only remaining founding members. The album reached number 43 in the UK album charts.


All songs on the album are traditional, adapted by Steeleye Span.

The lineup of the band for this album was:


Maddy Prior - vocals
Tim Hart - vocals, appalachian dulcimer, guitar
Peter Knight - violin, viola, mandolin, banjo, piano, vocals
Rick Kemp - bass, drum, vocals
Bob Johnson - guitar, vocals



Parcel of Rogues is a 1973 album by the Electric folk band Steeleye Span. It was their most successful album thus far, breaking into the Top 30.

The album grew out of a theatrical project the band undertook, a version of Robert Louis Stephenson's Kidnapped, staged in Edinburgh. The book and play were set against the backdrop of the Scottish Jacobite movement, and in the course of developing the play, the band came across a considerable amount of 18th century Scottish poetry that they mined for the album.

If the album has a theme, it is change and the tension between old and new. "The Weaver and the Factory Maid" is about the tension of early industrialization, with a young man celebrating the factory because there are a lot of women for him to pursue, while an old man denounces the factory because of its economic effects. The song illustrates this tension nicely by contrasting a more traditional fiddle with a more rock-style guitar. There is a very sharp contrast between the sweet acoustically-driven "The Ups and Downs" followed immediately by the funky distorted loud guitar in "Robbery with Violins". "Cam Ye O'er Frae France" explores this tension in a different way, both in its lyric denouncement of political changes and the contrast between the poem's traditional Scots dialect and its sharp electronic guitars. And "Alison Gross" is about a literal change, as an evil witch transforms a man who rejects her into a worm.

"Robbery with Violins" is better known as "The Bank of Ireland" (in O'Neill's book). A version of this tune was played in the film Titanic. "The Ups and Downs" is also known as "The Maid of Tottenham". The satirical "Cam Ye O'er Frae France" has suffered the same fate as Shakespeare's work: the biting references to King George and his mistresses ("riding on a Goosie") that everyone understood at the time can now sound nonsensical to anyone who doesn't know the history. Maddy sings the rolled "r"s for all they are worth. Two of the songs on this album originate in Hogg's Jacobite Reliques, while "Rogues in a Nation" is a Robert Burns poem denouncing the Act of Union in 1707 that united England and Scotland. The title of the album derives from a line in the song "Rogues in a Nation", here sung a cappella. The sleeve shows a milkmaid on decorated tiles. This might be related to the fact that it was recorded in "Sound Techniques" studio, a former dairy, which still has a statue of a cow on the wall.

The album uses more overdubbing than any previous album by Steeleye Span. On "Hares on the Mountain" there are two channels for Peter Knight's mandolins, two for recorders and one for him playing harmonium. On "The Weaver and the Factory Maid" Maddy Prior is heard on three channels, counterpointing herself at the top of her voice.

The album saw the band re-introduce the use of drums, driven in part by Rick Kemp's background in rock. After the album was released, the band undertook a US tour, opening for Jethro Tull. Because of this, the band decided to add a full-time drummer in the person of Nigel Pegrum. The drums took the band further in the direction of rock, as demonstrated by "The Wee Wee Man" and "Cam Ye O'er Frae France".

Personnel

Maddy Prior - vocals
Tim Hart - vocals, guitar, appalachian dulcimer
Bob Johnson - vocals, guitar
Rick Kemp - bass guitar, drums
Peter Knight - violin, viola, mandolin, piano, recorder, harmonium

Produced by Steeleye Span and Jerry Boys."

More info about the band:

www.informatik.uni-hamburg.de/~zierke/steeleye.span/index.html
http://homepage.ntlworld.com/c.kellett/discography.html
http://steeleye.freeservers.com
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steeleye_Span

DOWNLOAD:

Part I

www.mediafire.com/?7f1y2bus9alcspn

Part II

www.mediafire.com/?ybs50w64k8r5s0y


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Monday, August 16, 2010

THE WELLITS - Debut album out



The band from Montreal (Canada) The Wellits have a new full length CD. They have made their self titled album available for download by donation at their website www.thewellits.com

Immediate download of 12-track self-titled album in your choice of 320k mp3, FLAC, or just about any other format you could possibly desire.


01.Drunk on Spring Garden 02:00
02.Nine Month Itch 02:18
03.Fort McMurray 02:25
04.Never Been Rich 02:16
05.Hold Fast 01:56
06.Amy 02:23
07.Sarah 03:16
08.Tomboy Girl 02:47
09.Child Soldier 01:54
10.Stranger 02:51
11.Blinded 02:15
12.Run On 03:56

Credits:

released 30 July 2010

Scott Macleod: Mandolin, Vocals
Luke Farrell: Acoustic Guitar, Vocals
Brent Blake: Bass, Vocals

All songs written by The Wellits except for "Blinded" Written by Matthew Kearns.

Amy : electric guitar by Les Pause

Recorded, mixed and mastered at Red Rhino Recording (Studio B) by Mike "Drex" Raimondo


http://thewellits.com
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Monday, August 2, 2010

BOOTLEGS - TEJEDOR


(Taken from the band's MySpace)

"Tejedor is composed of three siblings from Avilés , a town in the northernmost Spanish region of Asturias. The group members, although still in their twenties, have devoted their lives to Asturian traditional music and now are writing their own, personal sounding compositions. They are José Manuel (Asturian bagpipes, low whistle and flutes), his brother Javier (button accordion, bagpipe, percussion and flutes) and their sister Eva Tejedor (traditional percussion and vocals).

Both brothers won MacCallan bagpipe awards at the Inter Celtic Festival in Lorient. José Manuel, who won this award three times, played pipes with Spanish rock band Revólver in their unplugged 1998 tour. The brothers have also won all Asturian prices as a bagpipe and drum partnership. Eva, for her part, is an exceptional singer and percussionist. José Manuel is the most elegant and virtuosistic piper in the Spanish folk scene.

This is a rich mix of Asturian traditional music and new ideas. The music produced by Tejedor demonstrates the strong ties between Asturian and Celtic traditions, but Spain is never sublimated in the mix for the pure sake of making the sound more approachably "Celtic." Strong playing by all three musicians support some wonderful original and traditional songs.

Tejedor have performed all over the world in festivals as Celtic Connections (Scotland), Piping Live (Scotland), William Kennedy Piping Festival (Ireland), Festival Interceltique de Lorient (France) or Montreal Celtic Festival (Canada). Musicians like Michael McGoldrick, Duncan Chisholm, Phil Cunningham, James Mackintosh, Faltriqueira, or Kepa Junkera have guested on their three CDs to date."

Discography:

Texedores de Suaños (1999)
Llunáticos (2003)
Música na Maleta (2006)

www.tejedorweb.es


www.myspace.com/tejedorfolk


DOWNLOAD:


www.mediafire.com/?cn2nzy38crqqkjw



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THE STAGGERERS - "Year of the Bastard"


This album has been reviewed recently. You can purchased it from:

www.cdbaby.com/cd/Staggerers

www.chainsmokingrecords.com/store/?catnumber=CD007


The Staggerers is:

Tom Fucking McSod - Lead Vocals, Banjo, Harmonica, Kazoo
Timmy O'Pukerty - Mandolin, Backing Vocals
Rowdy Roddy Odor - Guitar, Backing Vocals
Andrew 'Better than' Shite - Bass
Hugh Liquor - Fiddle
Bjart Sod - Transient and less than permanent, but certainly present in an occasional capacity, accordion-ninja
Ryan O'Doily - Drums, Counting To Four

The song "Buckets on the green can be downloaded from Chain Smoking Records.
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Sunday, August 1, 2010

FREE DOWNLOADS - THE RACOONS












The Racoons is a Russian band playing Celtic folk-rock. Arranging traditional Irish and Breton music (not only!) the band makes a strange brew of folk, reggae, jazz-rock and a bit of the Swinging Sixties. In the beginning of its career the band covered The Beatles, the Stones and The Who. Following the example of folk-stars of the 70-s, such as Tri Yann, Fairport Convention etc., the band combines rock instruments - electric guitars, drums, bass, - with mandolin, fiddle and Irish tin whistle. The Racoons sing in different languages (English, Russian, French, German) believing meanwhile, that music and the mood produced by it mean more than words. The Racoons appreciate good sense of humor and - being true Russians - good booze. In their opinion, alcohol and music - these are the two things, which lie at the heart of European folk culture.

The Racoons live in Nizhny Novgorod, the big city on the bank of the Volga, 400 km to the East of Moscow. Founded in 1997, since 2002 the group has been presenting itself at the folk stage of Russia. The band is popular with Celtic folk lovers in Moscow and St. Petersburg. The Racoons take part in folk festivals and popularize folk music in their native town.

The Racoons believe that music has no borders either in time, or in space. This explains the existence of a Russian band playing Celtic music with guitars from the Beatles era.


Mikhail "Mike" Sautkin - guitar, tin whistle, vocals
Anton Guriev - guitar, mandolin, vocals
Marina Vishnyakova - fiddle
Alexey Sheyanov - bass
Alexander Okhlopkov - guitar, banjo
Arthur Parfenov - drums

Discography:

"Favourites" (11 tracks, 2000)
"Ticket to Dublin" (9 tracks, 2002)
"Home Boys Home" Live (14 tracks, 2004)
"The New Year's" (3 tracks, 2006)
"Pêche aux moules"
(11 tracks,2008)

More info:

www.racoons.nnov.ru/music


www.myspace.com/theracoonsnn

DOWNLOAD:

"Peche aux moules" is available from Jamendo. Click above on the title.

The rest of the discography can be downloaded from their website (Track by track), but I have put every album at mediafire. Click above on the title of the album.


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