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Nithi Sessions

by Out of Alba

Out of Alba's latest CD Nithi forged in Northern British Columbia from immigrant hearts with tales from the Auld countries
Genre: Folk: Celtic Folk
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1. Nithi
2:31 $0.99
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2. You Couldn't Have Come At a Better Time
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3. Maggie Claire Returns
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4. Changes
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5. Gravel Roads
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6. Brothers in Arms
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7. January Man
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8. Johnny Dont Go to Baallincollig
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9. This Love Will Carry
4:54 $0.99
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10. Tarbolton Reels
2:40 $0.99
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11. Pumpin Bass
2:19 $0.99
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12. Slievnamon
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13. Raglan Road
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14. Mr and Mrs McLean and the Ashoken Farewell
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15. Johnny Jump Up.
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Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Out of Alba, Prince George’s premier Celtic band is a quintet that will have been delighting audiences, both young and old, for the past 19 years. The members include Irishman Alan O’Reilly, Canadian Jim Sayle, American-Welsh Carolyn Kelly, and two Scots, Margaret and Jim Coyle.
O'Reilly’s percussion talents led him to the bodhran (a traditional Celtic drum) that he plays with veracity and flare. Jim Sayle, a fiddler with enormous talent, brings sensitivity to the fiddle. Kelly’s whistle playing and composing brings virtuosity to the band akin to the Irish players of old. Margaret Coyle sings with the power and passion that the music deserves. Jim Coyle’s song writing, guitar and vocals brings energy, rounding out the group.
Largely a concert band, Out of Alba also perform at dances (ceilidhs), plays in pubs, clubs, concert halls, theatres, house parties, a number of folk festivals throughout the province and have even had a mosh pit going.
They have enjoyed many collaborative performances including The Watt school of Irish dancing, The Prince George Cantata singers, The Prince George Symphony Orchestra, Spirit of the West, Delhi 2 Dublin, Scottish folk legend, Dick Gaughan and BCs own Art Napoleon.

They have just released their third CD, Nithi Sessions.

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