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The Barra MacNeils

by The Barra MacNeils

This album was the start for the Barra MacNeils, showing their strong instrumental prowess with a little tease of interest in singing. Three brothers and one sister make a debut with slow airs, jigs, marches,strathespeys and reels. Their own compositions were shown on their first recording too such as Stewart's "One for Jeffy". It Fits perfectly beside some of the more traditional sets showing how at ease they are at changing things up a bit without taking away from the music.
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Playhouse Medley
3:14 $1.10
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2. No More Good Times
3:29 $1.10
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3. One For Jeffy Medley
3:27 $1.10
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4. The Marquis of Huntly's Snuff Mill
3:45 $1.10
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5. Three Reels
3:27 $1.10
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6. Willie C.
4:17 $1.10
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7. Trip To Sligo Medley
2:09 $1.10
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8. Highland Queen Medley
7:20 $1.10
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9. Proud Spirit
3:32 $1.10
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This album was the start for the Barra MacNeils, showing their strong instrumental prowess with a little tease of interest in singing. Three brothers and one sister make a debut with slow airs, jigs, marches,strathespeys and reels.

Their own compositions were shown on their first recording too such as Stewart's "One for Jeffy". It Fits perfectly beside some of the more traditional sets showing how at ease they are at changing things up a bit without taking away from the music.

This album was recorded over 5 days in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

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