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Kevin Burke and John Brennan – The Pound Ridge Sessions

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  •       The Tempest

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  •       Lonesome Moonlight Waltz

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  •       Jessica

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  •       Albatross

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  •       Evening Prayer Blues

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  •       May This Be Love

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  •       London Town

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  •       The Split Rock / The Pipe on the Hob

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  •       Wade in the Water

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  •       Minuets I and II

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  •       Blue Room Blues

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About the CD

New CD from Loftus Music

‘The Pound Ridge Sessions’

Traditional Irish Fiddle meets Rock Guitar!

Not a ‘genre’, (at least, not yet), simply two great players sharing
 their musical interests – one steeped in traditional Irish music while the other is a veteran California rocker.

This CD includes their versions of some 60’s & 70’s rock ‘classics’, blues and country tunes, a song about post-WWII Irish immigrants,
 two Bach minuets, and some re-imagined jigs and reels.

Throughout the varied repertoire, the fiddle and electric guitar both 
 share and exchange the melodies, comfortably complementing each
 other in the differing styles, whether it’s the soaring orchestral beauty 
 of Jimi Hendrix’s ‘May This be Love,’ (featuring Irish pipes and whistles,)
 the hard rocking riffs of the old spiritual, ‘Wade in the Water,’ or the deep and genteel calm of Bach’s minuets. Take a visit to ’Pound Ridge’ and be prepared for some spirited
and original sounds from this unique musical partnership.

The guest musicians featured on “The Pound Ridge Sessions” are:
Mark Egan on Bass,
Lou Bellofatto on Piano
Winifred Horan on Fiddles
Nuala Kennedy on Whistle and Vocal
Eamon O’Leary on Bouzouki and vocal
Mike McGoldrick on Uileann Pipes, whistle and Flute
Sheila Falls Keohane Fiddle
Al Garth on Alto sax
Johnny Connolly on Accordion