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On Fire

The Cottars

Celtic World
Greentrax

Released: 2005
Catalogue Number: CDTRAX281
Barcode: 5018081028122
Running Time: 46 mins.

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


At the time of this release the oldest member of the quartet is just 17 years old - so the future bods well for Cape Breton music (if that was ever in doubt).

1) Ready For the Storm
2) Calling On Song
3) Bodhran/Fiddle Medley:
Molly Rankin's Reel - St.Anne's Reel - Dinky Dorrian's
4) Loch Tay Boat Song
5) Medley:
The Bothy Band Jig - The Diplodocus - Planxty Mira
6) Cape Breton Lullaby
7) Boholla Medley:
the Boholla No.2 Jig - Trip to Killavil - O'Connell's Welcome to Dublin - The Swallow Tail Jig
8) The Wild Goose
9) The Guitar Jigs:
The Mabou Jig - Hare Slough Jig - The Advil Jig
10) Reconciliation
11) Harp Medley:
Planxty Irwin - The Water Rabbit
12) The Parting Glass
At the time of this release the oldest member of the quartet is just 17 years old - so the future bods well for Cape Breton music (if that was ever in doubt).

Lineup

Ciaran MacGillivray - Keyboards, Guitar, Whistle & Vocals
Fiona MacGillivray - Whistle, Harp, Bodhran & Vocals
Jimmy MacKenzie - Guitar & Bodhran
Roseanne MacKenzie - Fiddle, Stepdance & Vocals
with guests including:
John McDermott - Vocals (Tk.10)
Anne Lindsay - Violin (Tk.10)
Wendy Solomon - Cello

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