Capercaillie - Nadurra

Capercaillie - Nadurra

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(September 2000) 12 tracks: Chuir M'Athair * Mo Chailin * Argyll Lassies (Slipjigs) * Hope Springs Eternal * Truth Calling * Hoireann O * The Hollybush * Tighinn Air A'Mhuir * Rapture * Michael's Matches * Gaol Troimh Aimsirean * The Cockerel and The Creel.

Capercaillie are back with their first new studio album for three years. The band, credited with being the major force in bringing Celtic music to the world stage, have returned with their finest release to date. Nadurra is Gaelic for 'naturally' and on this record the band have returned to their roots, recording an acoustic-based album while retaining their typically vibrant and contemporary sound.

The recording features their 'marriage made in heaven' line-up from their last 2 years of touring with Donald Shaw on accordion and keyboards, Charlie McKerron on fiddle and Manus Lunny on bouzouki and guitar, joined by flute player extraordinaire Michael McGoldrick on whistles and uillean pipes, top bass guru Ewen Vernal, and the stunning and ubiquitous James MacKintosh of Shooglenifty on drums and percussion.

This stellar line-up is completed by the exquisite voice of Karen Matheson. She has become a Scottish icon and is universally recognised as one of the finest Gaelic singers alive today.

"Few women fronting any kind of British band possess a voice to touch Karen Matheson's, remarkable in English but breathtaking when she draws on her Hebridean roots to sing in Gaelic." (Daily Telegraph)

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