I was listening to lyric one night last week and the presenter did a feature on this record. Now GRANTED its a mixture of medieval music and jazz but I butted in half way through a tune and after about a minute I was thinking 'what seminal classical crossover album are they digging up this time' while also just being totally blown away by the music.
Anywhoo it turned out to be this, i haven't heard it in full, I'm not even sure which tunes I heard but it is amazing and it is Irish.
Probably going to end up ordering it although i wish it was on a larger disc.
I saw your tweet about the Si Schroder album. I have a copy of that I can let you have. Will be out of the country for a bit though, so if it can wait til the autumn I'll get it to you somehow.I agree with Ann Post, Tales of SilverSleeve is a great record.
If they were only going to have 2 MBV albums on it I'd prefer the most recent one to Isn't Anything. Loveless is still the best Irish record ever IMHO. Also think that Si Schroder's Coping Mechanisms, which isn't on the top 50, is a phenomenal piece of work.
I saw your tweet about the Si Schroder album. I have a copy of that I can let you have. Will be out of the country for a bit though, so if it can wait til the autumn I'll get it to you somehow.
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