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Organic Tangerines

by The Hungry Monks

Traditional and original Celtic/American acoustic groove music.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Julia Delany/Dick Gossip's/Paddy Fahey's
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2. Liza Jane & Crazy Davie
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3. You Are There
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4. Cumberland Island
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5. Planxty Irwin
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6. Catherine Oggie/'Round the Horn/Shamrocks in the Galax
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7. Organic Tangerines
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8. Joni's Song
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9. Lines
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10. Local Blueberries
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11. One More River to Cross
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12. Do You Love An Apple
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13. Tobin's Jig/The Monaghan Jig/Water Under the Keel
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Hungry Monks came together to perform Traditional, Contemporary, and Original acoustic songs and instrumentals in the Celtic tradition, while drawing on a wide range of influences including Medieval & Renaissance, Folk, Blues, Classical and Jazz.
The Hungry Monks have performed in clubs, at contra dances, festivals, and concert series. They have been featured at Piccolo Spoleto, Charleston First Night, The Taylor Music Festival (Little Rock, AR), Cuyahoga Valley National Park (OH), and on TV and radio throughout the US.
Experienced at performing, recording, and teaching, The Monks are quickly making a name for themselves as a band with strong musical abilities.
Combining strong original songs and instrumental compositions with an ear toward improvisation, The Hungry Monks weave a rich tapestry of sound, melodic and rhythmic, grounded in the folk traditions of many cultures. Combined with the traditions and technique of Western Classical Music, this eclectic mix produces an interesting ensemble sound featuring acoustic sounds and beautiful vocals.

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J Kavanagh

I can picture my "rellies" around the peat fire, and the crak is grand!
true to form. This is how traditional Celtic music should sound. Nothing fancy, just clear and crisp throughout. Great variety to appeal to all audiences. Definitely a must for any serious Celtic music patron. Time to go...my feet are starting to tap!
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Colleen Reilly

This cd makes me happy.
Sophisticated and sweet, polished and straightforward, this cd is a pinot noir misplaced on a rack of zinfandels. Whether savoured over a dinner with friends, or upping the ante at a campfire- the sheer lyricism and effortless execution of these finely written songs (Joni's Song stands out) balance nostalgia for things past and joy for things present to produce an homage to folk music and the folks who produce it.
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