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Stoneybatter Band

by Stoneybatter Band

Mining the traditions of fiddle, flute, guitar, bouzouki, uillean pipes, bodhran, and song, these talented and versatile musicians have created a tightly wrought and warmly genuine sound, reminiscent of the great Irish band Planxty.
Genre: World: Celtic
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1. Roaring Barmaid / Scotsman Over the Border / Willie Coleman's
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2. Eileen Curran's / Peeler's Jacket / The Torn Jacket
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3. Mingulay Boat Song
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4. Kick the Cat / The Eavesdropper / Hag With the Money
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5. The New Leaf
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6. Farewell to Fiunary
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7. Miss Susan Cooper / Humours of Carrigaholt / Gan Ainm
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8. Home Ruler / Plains of Boyle / Home Ruler
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9. The Marlin Spike / The Donaghmore / Billy Brocker's
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10. Elephant's Wing / Australian Waters / When Sick, Is It Tea You Want?
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11. Peggy'o / Maids of Mt. Kisco
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Album Notes
Just when you think you've pegged Stoneybatter Band as having a traditional Irish "pure drop" sound, they waltz into a chantey that can carry you like the swells of the ocean, or surprise you with a bouzouki solo that feels like a brisk Sunday drive on a leaf covered back road somewhere in the hills of Vermont. The slip of the jig and the lift of the reels, however, can raise the hair, beat the heart, and make that pint taste just a wee bit better. After all, it is the rich tradition of Celtic music that originally brought this bunch together.

Driven by a three headed rhythm section and textured by the sonorous melodies created by wind, reed, and bow, Stoneybatter are most at home weaving tunes or warbling songs of lost loves and longing for the comforts of home. Whether it's a smokey set of reels, the lore of a ballad, or a bluegrass inspired tale, Stoneybatter's sound is infused with innovation, while remaining respectful of tradition.

Stoneybatter Band is:
Jim Gleason ~ Flute, Penny Whistle, Backup Vocal

Joey Sullivan ~ Bodhrán, Snare, Backup Vocal
Pelham Norville ~ Uilleann Pipes, Harmony Vocal
George Arata ~ Bouzouki, Harmony Vocal
Greg Bacon ~ Guitar, Penny Whistle, Banjo, Lead Vocal
Jim Buchanan ~ Fiddle

Also appearing:
Anna Arata ~ Harmony Vocal on Mingulay Boat Song
Mark Evans ~ Concertina on Farewell to Fiunary
Eric Kilburn ~ Harmony Vocal on Mingulay Boat Song
Luke Stark ~ Bass on Mingulay Boat Song, Peggy’O &
Farewell to Fiunary

Special thanks to our friends and family for their support and giving us someone to play for other than the microphones:
Patrick Gleason, Debbie Gleason, Monica Hamilton, Katie Pakenham, Anne~Marie Duffy, Laura Norville, Ned Gulley, Donna Sullivan, Diane Bacon, Taylor Bacon & Max Bacon

All tunes and songs are traditional with the following exceptions:
The Marlin Spike was written by Greg Bacon
The New Leaf was written by George Arata
Elephant’s Wing was written by Jim Buchanan

Recording and Mixing Engineer ~ Eric Kilburn
Recorded and Mixed at Wellspring Sound in Acton, MA

Mastering Engineer ~ Toby Mountain
Mastered at Northeastern Digital in Southboro, MA

Band Photo ~ Craig Milner
All other photos & artwork ~ Greg Bacon
Assistant Producer ~ Joey Sullivan

Producer ~ Greg Bacon
For details on tunes & songs visit us at:
www.stoneybatterband.com

©2013 Stoneybatter Band

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