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Four Shillings Short | Blow Ye North Winds Blow

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Blow Ye North Winds Blow

by Four Shillings Short

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1. Welcome in Another Year
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2. Bold Orion On the Rise
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3. Harvest Gypsies
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4. Raga Shri
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5. Miri It Is / Blow Ye North Winds Blow
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6. Rolling Down to Old Maui
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7. One Lone Rowan Tree
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8. The Ditchling Carol
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9. Gabhaim Molta Bhride / Raga Bhairavi
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10. Drop in the Bucket
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11. Blackbirds and Thrushes
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12. Spring
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13. Taimse Im Chodladh / The White Petticoat / Tamlin Reel
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14. One More Banjo Laid Down
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Blow Ye North Winds Blow is the 12th Recording for Four Shillings Short and the best to date. Featuring Aodh Og O'Tuama from Cork Ireland on Native American Flutes, Tinwhistles, Recorders (Garklein, Soprano, Alto & Bass), Krumhorns (Tenor & Bass), Bowed Psaltery, Spoons, Dumbek, Washboard & Vocals and Christy Martin from California on Mandolin, Mandola, Bouzouki, Hammered Dulcimer, Sitar, Banjo Guitar, Charango, Bodhran and Vocals. This CD was recorded live in Boulder, Colorado at Immersive Studios. It features songs to celebrate the Celtic Wheel of Time from Samhain (The Celtic New Year), Imbolc (Festival of Bhride the Celtic Goddess of Light), to Bealtaine (The Summer Festival) through Lughnasadh (The Harvest Festival).

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