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  • Audio CD (24 Nov. 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Mulligan Records
  • ASIN: B0014GFHQQ
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 111,674 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Music In the Glen
  2. Fionnghuala's Bothy
  3. Farewell To Erin
  4. Ballintore Fancy
  5. Maid of Coolmore
  6. Michael Gorman's
  7. Sixteen Come Next Sunday
  8. Old Hage You Have Killed Me
  9. Calum Sgaire
  10. Rosie Finn's Favourite
  11. Tiocfaidh an Samhradh (Summer Will Come)
  12. Laurel Tree

Product Description

Product Description

First released in 1976, this album was immediately hailed by critics and listeners alike as a signal that a new direction in Irish music was being forged. Over 30 years later it is every bit the awesome achievement it was played up to be. Its influence is felt even now everywhere Irish music is heard or played. The album contains many Bothy Band classics and one of the greatest musical lineups ever: Micheal O'Dhomhnaill (vocals, guitar), Triona ni Dhomhnaill (vocals, keyboards), Paddy Keenan (Pipes, Whistle), Matt Molloy (flute, whistle), Donal Lunny, (bodhran, bouzouki, and guitar) and Kevin Burke (fiddle) in his first appearance with The Bothy Band. Tracks: Music In The Glen / Fionnghuala / The Kid On The Mountain / Farewell To Erin / Tiocfaidh An Samhradh / The Laurel Tree / Sixteen Come Next Sunday / Old Hag You Have Killed Me / Calum Sgaire / The Ballintore Fancy / The Maid Of Coolmore / Michael Gorman’s.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Patrick Mackreth on 5 Feb. 2011
Format: Audio CD
These guys are the rock and rollers of traditional Irish music; their stuff might not suit every traditionalist but I love it. For sheer musicianship they are, for me, the best.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By GA GREINE on 10 Mar. 2009
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This is one of three albums from the Bothy Band which crackled and exploded onto the Irish and International stage from the mid/late seventies, and brought erstwhile flagging Irish Trad back to life - with professional devotion, blood surging energy, and sheer pleasure. Irish trad woke up, and a new and grateful audience was quickly established which has seen Trad thrive, and sing to this day.

Most of the pieces are reels, and jigs, with natural traditional instruments - feadog, bodhran, fiddle, guitar, flute and pipes.

However the best instrument to my ears - (and undoubtedly one of the world's best kept secrets) is the uniquely sensitive, instinctively musical - and utterly compelling voice of Micheal O Domhnaill. (Micheal sadly passed away in 2006.) Sadly it is only in recent times that people are becoming aware of his unique sound.

On this album he sings two lovely traditional Gaelic ballads, including 'Tiocfaidh an Samraidh'. However his voice can also be heard on his later albums. where he collaborated with a variety of established Trad musicians - including Kevin Burke, Paddy Glackin and his sisters Triona and Maighread Ni Dhomhnaill.
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Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I used to love listening to this album on vinyl. Now living in a small apartment, I cannot accommodate a good turntable based system so bought the CD. Whilst this CD does not have the depth & quality of the vinyl it is still very good & reminds me if why I loved the Bothy Band.
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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful
Often emulated, never beaten 31 July 2003
By Huck Flynn - Published on
Format: Audio CD
The Bothies were the ultimate irish trad band, they almost invented modern trad music and the sounds they made are as startlingly original today as they were in the 1970s. Each member was a virtuoso player steeped in tradition with their own individual voice and style. But how they blended to make the most magnificent irish music - Keenan's pipes, peoples (later Burke's) fiddle, Molloy's flute, Lunny on bouzouki and bodhran and the O'Domhnaill's - Micheal on guitar and vocals, Triona on keyboards and vocals. Lilting airs and songs interspersed with delirious driving reels and jigs played at a speed and verve never before witnessed. Every track is a gem and there are wonderful arrangements in the sets and songs, inventive, melodic, awesome technique. Several generations of trad players and younger groups acknowledge their indebtedness to the BB and the inspiration they have drawn from the old masters. Some can play as fast or can do clever things but none have matched the heart in the music of the Bothy Band. Essential music for any collection.
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
A thoroughly fine recording 21 May 1998
By P. Lozar - Published on
Format: Audio CD
After the impact of the Bothy Band's first album (1975), this one seemed rather a letdown. Some of the band's "edge" came from the creative but rather erratic fiddler Tommy Peoples, who was succeeded on this album by Kevin Burke. Still, the performances are outstanding all around, the traditional tunes are presented in a fresh new guise, and if this had been the band's first album it would have knocked everyone's socks off. Definitely not to be overlooked.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Great traditional Irish music 29 Dec. 2001
By J. Stevens - Published on
Format: Audio CD
This is a classic record by a group with a great cache. Maid of Coolmoor is a beautiful song, one I've loved for over 25 years. I recommend this album.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Traditional Irish music at its best 4 July 1998
By A Customer - Published on
Format: Audio CD
This is irish music at its best....musical layers added expertly together making a rich and complicated whole. The is a wonderful mixture of moods in this album...flippant...sad....haunting...The gaelic songs will put chills in your spine...I don't think I have heard another album of Irish music that I have enjoyed or appreciated more.
Classic Celtic 18 Mar. 2014
By SemioticLabyrinth - Published on
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I've always liked Irish/Celtic music just fine, but never bought any. When I heard that this band had a big impact in reviving and developing the style, I decided to buy the album. I'm glad I did. There's a good variety on here, and they are all great musicians. The a cappella part in "Fionghuala" blows me away--I wonder how many takes they had to do before they got it down! The speed of the song, lilting rhythm, and almost electronic precision of their voices shattered my preconceptions of what is possible with a cappella.

Even so, "Fionghuala" isn't even my favorite song on the album (though it might be the most striking). It's just all so good. If you like folk, acoustic, or just want to hear what is possible when great musicians push the envelope, this is a good album.
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