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The Poison Glen

Altan

Irish
Compass

Released: 12th March 2012
Catalogue Number: COM45712
Barcode: 766397457123
Running Time: 51 mins.

CD£12.60 Buy Now In Stock. Dispatched tomorrow.

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


On ‘THE POISON GLEN’, Altan is propelled by a raw energy seemingly channeled from the pub sessions on which the band cut their teeth and which has inspired the last 40 year wave of interest in the “new traditional” Irish sound.

1. A Fig for a Kiss/The Turf Cutter (Slip Jigs) 2. Seolta Geala (Song)
3. The Ardara Girls/The Backdoor Highlands/Fascadh mo Leine/Reel in A/Ciaran Tourish's Reel
4. An Ghealóg (Song)
5. Caitlín Triall (Song)
6. The New Rigged Ship/Eddie Curran's/The Monaghan Twig/Kitty the Hare (Reels)
7. The Blackest Crow
8. The Lancers Jig/The Further in the Deeper
9. The Lily of the West (Song)
10. The Wheels of the World
11. Cailín Deas Crúite na mBó (Song)
12. Tommy Potts Slip Jig
13. The House in the Corner
On ‘THE POISON GLEN’, Altan is propelled by a raw energy seemingly channeled from the pub sessions on which the band cut their teeth and which has inspired the last 40 year wave of interest in the “new traditional” Irish sound.

Lineup

Ciaran Tourish - Fiddle
Dermot Byrne - Accordion
Mark Kelly - Guitar
Ciaran Curran Bouzouki
Daithe Sproule - Guitar
Mairead Ni Mhaonaigh - Fiddle & Vocals

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