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Green Fields

by Robin Bullock

The long-awaited Silver Anniversary Edition of a classic Celtic album from 1993, one of the first to feature guitar and cittern as lead instruments throughout, and still seldom equaled.
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1. The Pivot Brig Set
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2. Farewell to Craigie Dhu
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3. The Dunmore Lasses Set
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4. Donna's Waltz
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5. The Doubtful Guest / The Snakebite Jig
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6. Gae Bring to Me a Pint O'wine
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7. Lady Forbes' Set
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8. Loftus Jones / Karen's Pavane
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9. The Market Town / The Cuckoo's Nest Jig
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10. Luke Dylan / O'Flynn
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11. An Ugly Customer / The Dark Night
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12. The Green Fields of America
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
INDIE Award winner Robin Bullock's 1993 solo debut Green Fields was one of the earliest albums to bring the guitar and cittern out front as lead voices in the traditional dance tunes of Ireland and Scotland. Even more remarkably, Robin multitracked all the instrumental parts himself in a musical and technical tour-de-force, establishing himself as one of Celtic music's preeminent guitar and cittern masters. Out of print for many years, Green Fields now returns in a remastered Silver Anniversary Edition with dramatically improved sound quality and the original intended track sequence - a pioneering Celtic recording like you've never heard it before.

"Delightful...recommended without reservation." - Classical Guitar (U.K.)

"Celtic guitar god" - Baltimore City Paper

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