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The Desperate Battle of the Birds

Breabach

Scottish
Breabach Records

Released: 19th April 2010
Catalogue Number: BRE001
Barcode: 880992146654
Running Time: 52 mins.

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1Father Michael's5:24. £0.00
2Baby Broon's4:15. £0.79
3Greenfields4:54. £0.79
4The Desperate Battle5:55. £0.79
5Rescue Me4:43. £0.79
6Clueless6:03. £0.79
7Shoals of Herring3:44. £0.79
8Scott Drive4:49. £0.79
9The Morning Lies Heavy4:52. £0.79
10The Waterhorse's Lament4:24. £0.79
11Good Drying2:59. £0.79

High Quality AudioThe tracks on this album are available as both standard 192k mp3 files, high quality 320k mp3 files and CD quality FLAC files. The price is the same for all formats. You can choose your format after you pay and are ready to download.
A second album and continuing the format of naming their albums after big piobaireachds.
But, despite that nod to serious piping, the album is a very solid piece of work that uses all of the instruments of the modern folk group. 'Modern' is a good word for this, as is 'dynamic' and it's certainly ear-catching.
Piping is, of course, well represented but you should buy this for the whole effect.
It's quite infectious.

Lineup

Donal Brown - Whistles, Flutes & Hiighland Pipes
Calum MacCrimmon - Highland Pipes, Whistles, Bouzouki & B/vocals
Patsy Reid - Fiddle, Viola, Violin & Vocals
Ewan Robertson - Guitar & Vocals
with Duncan Lyall - Bass

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