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Brilliant music played by three brilliant musicians from Ulster. No flashy arrangements or exotic instruments, no big name guest stars, and no percussion. Just good honest Irish traditional music played by masters of the art. Built on the bedrock of a great fiddle and flute duet, the very essence of Irish music. Brendan Hendry hails from Bellaghy in South Derry. Over the years he has played on many stages and is one of the great fiddle players in Ireland today. Brenadan Mulholland lives in Glenavy, Co Antrim and is regarded as one of the finest young flute exponents in Ireland. They are supported by one accompanying musician, Paul McSherry, a founder member of the family group, Tamalin, from whence he moved on to work with At First Light, Lunasa among others. He is one of the most sought after guitarists in Irish traditional music. This trio of brilliant musicians have produced an album which respects the tradition and also produces music from the bottom of their hearts, full of flair, colour and soul.
"This is an album so damned good that its essence should be bottled and force-fed to all Irish infants"
-- Geoff Wallis fRoots
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Stand out track for me being the third one-"The Killavil/Lost Ring/Malcolms new fiddle"-absolutely gorgeous.Chock full of the highest quality musicianship imaginable.
These guys know their stuff-I highly recommend it, a perfect example of how tradition lives on.