Juniper | Stepping Stones

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Stepping Stones

by Juniper

A blend of Traditional Celtic and Alternative Folk
Genre: World: Celtic
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1. Budapest Hotel
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2. Old Maderia Waltz
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3. Dusty Windowsills / Indian Point
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4. Hole in the Sky
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5. Prince Charles' Last View of Scotland
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6. Batchelders / Tam Lin
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7. Ellen's Waltz
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8. August Fools Day
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9. Paddy Fahey's Jig / Castle Jig
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10. Roslin Castle / Peerie Hoose Ahint the Burn
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11. Curvy Road to Corinth
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12. Brumley Brae / Ryan's / The Curlews
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13. The Tide
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14. David's Jig / Paddy on the Landfill
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
**Nominated Celtic Album of the Year 2007 by WNCW Asheville, NC**
Juniper features an eclectic blend of Celtic and Alternative Folk music which transports their fans into a world of moving melodies, lush harmonies and driving rhythms. With Frances Pisacane on fiddle, banjo and mandolin, Jasmine Hart on vocals, guitar and bass; and Sarah Mitchell on flute, whistles and hammered dulcimer; Juniper offers a unique mixture of traditional Celtic tunes, fresh Americana and slinky songs that will make you move.

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