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Starfish

Catriona McKay

Scottish
Glimster Records

Released: 31st January 2008
Catalogue Number: GLIMCD02
Barcode: 634479615283
Running Time: 45mins.

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You can listen to short samples from some of the tracks on this album using the player below.


A tune about a harp opens up the album, which also features said 'Starfish Harp' - so we suppose this is like a 'jingle' promoting the goods.
That being the case there could be a rush to buy a 'Starfish Harp' cause this is lively stuff - on the edge and well supported.
This is taking the harp into new musical dimensions so have a listen.
You will enjoy the experience.

1) Starfish.
2) Forest Baby.
3) Greenman.
4) Swan LK243.
5) Cape of Good Hope.
6) Sand Dollar.
7) Lums o' Lund.
8) Little Impulse.
9) Aval Moon.
10) Mareel
A tune about a harp opens up the album, which also features said 'Starfish Harp' - so we suppose this is like a 'jingle' promoting the goods.
That being the case there could be a rush to buy a 'Starfish Harp' cause this is lively stuff - on the edge and well supported.
This is taking the harp into new musical dimensions so have a listen.
You will enjoy the experience.

Lineup

Catriona McKay - Scottish Harp & Starfish McKay Harp.
Donald Grant - Fiddle.
Fionan De Barra - Guitar.
Matt Baker - Bass.
Alistair MacDonald - Laptop Wizardry.
Seamus Egan - Guitar.
Red Skies - Strings.

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