(May 2004) 9 tracks

Coolly contemporary yet strongly traditional, this album shows the simpler soul of today's stylings.

Simon Bradley plays fiddles, and together with Shooglenifty's Luke Plumb on bouzouki and James MacKintosh (also of Shooglenifty) on percussion, there's high energy, deep emotion and a wide breadth of tunes from Scotland, Ireland and Asturias.

"Deliciously suggestive of cosying up to a roaring fire, and banishing the cold blow and rainy night outside by getting stuck right into a long, unhurried string of tunes." (Sue Wilson)

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