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An Evening's Wages

by The Woolgatherers

Strong vocal harmonies drive this joyful CD of mainly traditional Celtic tunes. The Woolgatherers will transport you to a snug Irish pub, pint of Guinness in hand. Feel free to sing along.
Genre: Folk: Celtic Folk
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1. The Constant Lovers
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2. Boys of Bluehill
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3. The Barnyards of Delgaty
2:13 album only
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4. Chaleur Sur La Cote
3:25 album only
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5. The Log Driver's Waltz
3:36 album only
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6. Carrickfergus
5:43 album only
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7. Star of the County Down
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8. The Jolly Beggarman
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9. The Moonshiner
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Woolgather: v. intr.: To indulge in idle fancies; to daydream.

The Woolgatherers consists of Ted Bedard (vocals, button and piano accordions, bodhran), Vince Peets (vocals, guitar, mandolin, Irish bouzouki), Catherine Chappell Macleod (vocals, penny whistle, bodhran) and Heather Chappell (vocals, penny whistle, guitar, step-dancing).

They play a variety of traditional Irish, Scottish, English, French Canadian and Atlantic Canadian songs and tunes. Coming from varied musical backgrounds as they do, each band member brings a unique style to the mix, creating a fresh sound and breathing new life into the traditional music they perform.

Four friends. Two penny whistles. One accordion. Bunches of strings. A love of Celtic music. And a lot of fun along the way.

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