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SOUND CLIPS
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Brian McNeill 3 two minute sound clips from his CD, 'No Gods'
Founder of Battlefield Band Brian McNeill's website

Jo Morrison 3 two minute sound clips from her CD, 'The Three Musics'
Jo Morrison finds the freshness and grace that first gave Celtic music its power. -- Pamela Murray Winters, music critic
Her website is at http://www.triharpskel.com.


Dremmwel 3 two minute sound clips from their CD, 'Clare de Lune'   
Dremmwel, from Brittany, plays traditional dance music on instruments of the region. They played to an enthusiastic audience Nov 8, 1998 at the Museum of Our National Heritage in Lexington MA. Unfortunately their jobs will prevent them from returning in the near future.


Goodacre Brothers 3 two minute sound clips from their CD, 'Bag Up Yer Troubles'
Julian Goodacre has reconstructed the old pipes of England basing his design on drawings through library research. The instruments he builds are magnificent. He and his brothers have played extensively in the UK but have never toured the US. I have offered to produce a concert with the group if they ever plan a tour and are near Boston.


Christy O'Leary 3 two minute sound clips from his solo CD, 'The Northern Bridge.' on the Old Bridge label.
Christy, formerly of DeDannan and Boys of the Lough, and his band gave a concert of Irish and Scandinavian music as part of the Music for Robin series at the Museum of Our National Heritage December 12, 1998. Hoping that this new band stays together to bring us more of their delightfully lyrical music.


Tom Lewis' home page    Sound clips from 'Tinker, Taylor Soldier, Singer' and 'Surfacing'
Tom is a 25-year veteran of Her Majesty's Royal Navy, although now he's comfortably located on dry land in British Columbia, Canada. His songs cover a wide range of nautical topics, from life onboard H.M. ships, through the loneliness and lure of the sea, to the very funny tale (tail?) of a randy canine ship's mascot


Whirligig     Three two minute sound clips from their CD, 'The Wheel'
Whirligig's music ranges from traditional Irish and American to their own compositions with a more contemporary slant. They play over twenty different instruments between them bringing a wide array of influences and sounds to their performances.


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