Greg Russell And Ciaran Algar In Concert

Greg Russell And Ciaran Algar In Concert

format: DVD   |   compatibility: PAL only (UK/Eur/Aus)Region 0 (worldwide)
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This DVD features the talented folk duo, Greg Russell And Ciaran Algar in action!

The complete concert was recorded at the Theatre Royal, Workington on the 25 June 2014 and showcases their top class stage presentation.

The material for this concert is mostly drawn from their two albums although, in performance, some of these pieces have changed over time.

This is Fellside label's first DVD release and is directed by Edward Cooper (Marked Film Productions).

The Clumsy Lover Set * The New Railroad * Roses Three * Marshall Riley's Army * Cold Missouri Waters * The Dancing / Miss Lindsay Barker * The Queen's Lover * The Rose In June * Silent Jigs * Two Magicians * Royal Comrade *The Call & Answer * Love Is Life * Away From The Pits * George's Set * Davey.

Bonus Features includes an extended interview with Greg and Ciaran.

Winners of the BBC Radio 2 Horizon Award 2014 (best newcomers).

Running time: 1 hr 52 mins.

Greg Russell (vocals, guitar, bouzouki, English concertina), Ciaran Algar (fiddle, vocals, guitar, bouzouki) with Giles Deacon (keyboards), The Cumbrian All Chaps Choir.

"This In Concert DVD is a fine snapshot of Russell and Algar’s musical career to date. For those who have never seen Greg and Ciaran perform live it is the perfect opportunity to discover just what all the fuss is about. For the rest of us, it's a reminder of just how good and exciting live folk music can be. Highly recommended." Stephen Witkowski, the bright young folk review.


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