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  • Audio Cassette (20 Oct. 1995)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Tara
  • ASIN: B000001JBL
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)

1. Causeway
2. Cabbage and Cale
3. Seo Leo' Thoil
4. Jack Palance's Ree
5. Trá an Phéarla (Strand of the Pearl)
6. Rainy Summer
7. Stór Mo Chroí
8. Comanche Moon
9. Trip to Tokyo
10. Dún Na Séad (Fort of the Jewels)
11. Murals
12. Lois Na Banriona (Fort of the Fairy Queen)

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 7 Sept. 2003
Format: Audio CD
Casey and McGlynn are virtuosos and can probably play in just about any style of music they wish. And with this cd they wished to play jazz/pop instrumentals with fast finger pickin' electrified guitar, drums, lots of harmonica solos, and various violin stylings. Then, in the midst of this forgettable jazz, there are three (or so) Enya-esque songs. The songs are the best part of the album, because they at least have a smackerel of traditional Irish feeling and Casey has a good voice. I've been a fan of Casey: Mousekin's Shoe on Donal Lunny's Coolfin cd is a fantastic tune she composed and plays. She and McGlynn play a breathtaking duet on McCarthy's Baltimore Fiddle Fair cd released in 2002. She and McGlynn are both playing with Lunny and friends on the video "The Irish Gala" and she is a standout. And the great fiddle tunes you hear in the film "Waking Ned Devine" are played by Casey, according to the film credits. So I had high expectations for this cd and I'm afraid it is a miserable failure in my book. I'd love to hear a live recording of them from a recent tour. Surely this cd was an experiment for them to try their hands at jazz lite with a whole bunch of bandmates. Well, now they've done it and it is boring. Let's hope they make a recording that does them justice.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 13 Oct. 2003
Format: Audio CD
This is a great album from two of Ireland's finest musicians. The music ranges from the upbeat Causeway to the more mellow Rainy Summer and here are 3 delightful songs from Nollaig. All of this with a very solid backing group and some stunning harmonica playing from Brendan Power make this album one of my favourites.
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irishploitation 15 Feb. 2007
By Christen Thomsen - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
We heard Nollaig Casey, fiddler and Arty McGlynn not too long ago in Coepnhagen playing two beautiful acoustic sets of Irish music. On this record they do the same except it's all drowned in studio washes of conventional, contemporary pop music ranging from new-age Enyaism to blah-rock. Casey's beautiful vocals are not trusted by the studio so soulful new-age echo (oh, those lonesome Irish moors!) is added. Musicians are credited with playing instruments on the record. Perhaps. A synthesizer might have produced the same sounds. An unimaginative, unambitious record. Shame on all the people involved!
Not traditional Irish folk, but beautiful & relaxing. 29 April 2013
By Greg Ames - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
These two musicians are incredible traditional Irish folk musicians. With this album they slow things down a bit & perform with high quality studio musicians to produce some beautiful music. Like the other reviewer, I personally prefer these musicians when they are performing in a more traditional style. If I were being completely objective, I'm not sure whether I should give the CD 4 or 5 stars. I'm choosing 4 stars, but if I liked Celtic flavored relaxing orchestration as well as traditional music, I might have given it 5 stars.
Listten and prepare to be amazed. 29 Sept. 2013
By Stanley L Hackney - Published on Amazon.com
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Forget your preconceptions. Arty McGlynn and Nollaig Casey have created a wonderfully complex treat for the ears and soul. This is not the expected traditional Celtic music album. Each track is unique and an unexpected delight.
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