The Death of the CD...?
September 21, 2007
If you follow the news, all you hear is that downloads are replacing the CD. Don’t you believe it! Here at Green Linnet we’ve been dusting off the old masters, spiffing up the artwork, and bringing back many of your past favorites, all remastered from the best sources available!New on the shelves this month:Relativity - Gathering Pace
Legendary meeting of former Bothy Band and Silly Wizard members. A newfound classic!
The brilliant follow-up to the award-winning debut by the ground-breaking Celtic quartet of former Bothy Band/Silly Wizard members: Mícheál Ó Domhnaill, Triona Ni Domhnail/ Phil and John Cunningham. Relativity delivers five songs and four instrumental sets with immediate and immeasurable impact.
Tannahill Weavers - Dancing Feet
"...should get feet dancing on both sides of the Atlantic...Recommended." - Billboard Magazine
The Tannies stoke the fire! Iain MacInnis’ piping and Stuart Morrison’s fiddling are white hot, Phil Smillie adds more lustre on flutes, tin whistles and bodhran, and both Roy Gullane and Ross Kennedy are brilliant on lead vocals. Rousing tunes, lovely songs -- it’s another triumph for the Scots quintet.Patrick Street - Irish Times
"Quite, quite, quite stunning." - fRoots
Dublin-born fiddler James Kelly and uilleann pipes/low whistle/keyboards player Declan Masterson (a former member of Moving Hearts), join Kevin Burke, Andy Irvine, and Gerry O’Beirne on rousing instrumental sets including flings, polkas and reels. Irish Times also has five songs, among them the strikingly powerful Forgotten Hero, written by Andy Irvine.
There are more to come...stay tuned!
(And please...send us your requests.)