Kevin Burke & Cal Scott | Across the Black River

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Across the Black River

by Kevin Burke & Cal Scott

Fiddle and Guitar. Traditional Irish music plus contemporary compositions and music from other traditions
Genre: Folk: Irish Traditional
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1. The Surround/The Red Stockings
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2. The Green Fields of Woodford/Seanamhac Tube Station
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3. Paris Nights
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4. The Lighthousekeeper's Waltz
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5. The Long Set: The Boys of the Lough/Crowley's/Sean sa Cheo/The R
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6. Minnie Foster/The Forgotten Chateau
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7. Last Train to Loughrea/Across the Black River
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8. Evening Prayer Blues
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9. The Doon Reel/The Reel of Mullinavat/Maud Miller
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10. For Johnny
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The album that Kevin has been working on most recently, a joint effort with Cal Scott, is now scheduled for a release date in February 2007. This exciting project, featuring several traditional pieces as well as compositions by both Kevin and Cal, has been developing over the last couple of years. Cal was working on a TV documentary about the Troubles in Northern Ireland ( "The Road to Bloody Sunday") and engaged Kevin in the project as a consultant. When the documentary was done Kevin and Cal continued to meet mainly for the purpose of investigating further some of the various musical possibilities that arose during their collaboration on the TV project. The friendship and musical relationship grew and the decision was made to record some of their ideas just to see where they might lead. This CD is the result of several of those ideas.

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Deb Boucher

Enchanting as the Emerald Isle
A fantastic collaboration between Kevin and Cal. The instrumentals keep you engaged from the first note. Ireland comes to life...close your eyes and you are transported. A lovely surprise is the side trip to Paris. All tracks are equally wonderful.
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Samuel Koenig

Across the Black River
I was a bit sceptical before I bought it but this is fantastic music by the two lads. They make a brilliant duo. And it has a few very nice unknown tunes on this CD.
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Leprechaun Water

Across the Black River
Excellent, Irish Fiddle at it's best, it inspires our music, Viv, Paddy, Jamie, and Sean, from Leprechaun Water, Traditional Irish Music Band.
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A. Hoover

Excellent instrumental Celtic music
Wonderful lively music,toe tapping music. Really brings out the spirit of Ireland, and with the song, Paris Nights, the spirit of the outdoor sidewalk cafe, perhaps, sipping wine and people watching on the Avenue des Champs-Elysees or under the shadow of the Eiffel Tower. Thank you for my Irish and French memories. When is the next CD coming out?
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Mary Marvin

Across the Black River
As always,wonderful music from local artists! I think the combination of Kevin and Cal is perfect. I've been learning to play "The Lighthouse Keeper's Waltz," but of course my version is not nearly as lovely as Kevin's. "Evening Prayer Blues" is a departure in style from the other pieces, but the emotion comes through just fine. I can't choose a favorite track: they're all great.
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