Moving Cloud - Foxglove

Moving Cloud - Foxglove

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16 tracks: Paddy Fahy's / Whistle and I'll Come To You / Woods of Old Limerick, Byrne's Hornpipe / The Yellow Cow / Flowers of the Red Mill, Suil Suil a Ghra / Chopman / Humours of Castlecomer, Mooney's Mazurka / Kinloch / Humours of Toomagh, Fahy's Jig / Tap Room / The Maid Who Left the County, Paddy Fahy's Reel / The Ewe Reel, Old Tanglefoot / Southern Shore, Swing Waltz, Knocknagoshel / Ryan's / Come West Along the Road, Kitty's Rambles / The Cook in the Kitchen / Paidin O'Rafferty, Shelly River Waltz / New Year Waltz, Follow Me Up To Carlow / New Custom House, French-Canadian Jiggin' / Old Man - Old Woman, Da Slockit Light, Cape Breton Dream / Champion, Dan Breen's / Mick Finn's / The Heather Breeze / The Red-Haired Lass.

Moving Cloud represents the living tradition in its truest form, performing high-powered dance music - jigs, reels, hornpipes, polkas and mazurkas - with Ireland's patentable trademarks of virtuosic talent, skill, spirit and especially lift. Featuring Maeve Donnelly and Manus McGuire on fiddles, Paul Brock on accordion and melodeon, Kevin Crawford on flute, whistle and bodhran, and Carl Hession on piano, Foxglove expands the world's lexicon of great Irish instrumental music.

Among their peers, the individual members of Moving Cloud are highly regarded * all have distinguished credits as soloists, and between them, possess over twenty All-Ireland Championship titles.

Featuring Paul Brock, Maeve Donnelly, Manus McGuire, Kevin Crawford, Carl Hession, Gerry O'Connor, Trevor Hutchinson, Johnny "Ringo" McDonagh and Garry O'Briain.

"... extraordinarily high quality of playing, brimming with great music and great performances throughout." (Album of the Year - Earle Hitchner, The Irish Echo)

"A traditional album of rare grace, subtlety and integrity that also makes a connection with other traditions in a surprising way." (Bill Whelan)


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