Nice, if rather ethereal little album from post Bothy Band members Micheal O Domhnaill, sister Triona Ni Dhomhnaill, and Scots folkie brothers Johnny and Phil Cunningham, produced way back in 1984. It still plays well today and unlike its successor maintains a relatively natural, minimally 'synth'/etic sound base.
There are just nine tracks - a mix of songs and airs. Stand out tracks for me include Triona's 'There Was a Lady' a story of love - lost and found, which manages to be both poignant and humorous simultaneously.
Gracelands - a tune composed by Phil Cunningham, is particularly engaging. However the highlight has to be Micheal's stunning rendition of 'Ur-Chill an Chreagain'. His inimitably sensitive vocals, and clear delivery, is reason enough to add this neat, but worthwhile Celtic offering to your collection.