Trinity River Whalers | Both Barrels

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Both Barrels

by Trinity River Whalers

"Soul, vigor, whimsy, pathos, hilarity, and above all, the Whalers' trademark of stunning vocals and always-energetic backing harmonies, plus great instrumentation and arrangements" make this newest album a standout Celtic offering.
Genre: World: Celtic
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1. Portland Town
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2. Raggle Taggle Gypsy
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3. Mari Mac
2:33 $0.99
4. Silver Sea
3:55 $0.99
5. Step It Out Mary
3:46 $0.99
6. Doctor's Orders
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7. John O'Kelly's Brew
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8. Jolly Rovin' Tar
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9. I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)
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10. One Last Drink
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Album Notes
Rockin' and rowdy at the local pub or coaxing a concert audience to its feet, the Whalers are an adventure you don't want to miss. An eclectic mix of influences has carved a groove the band slips into snugly, and whether it's Celtic music with a Texas twist or Texas music with a Celtic twist, you'll find toes tapping and hands clapping. Throw in lead and harmony vocals by all five, creating a dynamic vocal variety and impressive wall ‘o’ sound, that run the gamut, from salty sea songs to drinking songs best belted out to carefully crafted tunes. The Whaler crew includes mandolin maven Marj Troyer trading-off on the mandolin and electric guitar, Steve Harrison playing bouzouki, lead guitar and didgeridoo, Micheal Price on rhythm guitar, Rodger Harrison playing the bass like a lead guitar and Randy Christian on accordion and percussion.



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