U0724359148120

Gaelic Storm - Special Reserve

Number of Discs
1
Release Date
08/19/2003
Artist
Gaelic Storm
Format
CD / Album
Label / Studio
OM Town / Higher Octave/Omtown
Duration
00:48:58

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The collection of previously released material and three new tracks on Gaelic Storm's Special Reserve captures the infectious, somewhat raw energy that has become this band's trademark. An occasional detour into some other corner of the world's music adds softer fragrances, but even "Swimmin' in the Sea," which sounds like a Paul Simon interpolation of a Caribbean groove, bears that whiff of Watney's puddled on oak. Heard for the first time, "Courtin' in the Kitchen" tells a bawdy story over galloping drums and keening pennywhistles, "The Schooner Lake Set" showcases Tom Brown's rugged virtuosity on pipes, and "Nancy Whiskey" opens with an electronic bagpipe line whose retro-synth texture gives way to a cautionary message that seems intended, given the boisterous vocal, to be ignored. Capped inevitably by the medley played during their cameo in Titanic, Special Reserve offers a spirited introduction to the pride of Celtic Santa Monica. ~ Robert L. Doerschuk

1) Courtin' in the Kitchen (04:08)
2) Johnny Tarr (03:30)
3) The Schooner Lake Set (04:05)
4) The Leaving of Liverpool (03:41)
5) Drink the Night Away (03:13)
6) After Hours at McGann's: The Primrose Lass/Hewlett's Reel/Reel Gan ... (03:39)
7) Swimmin' in the Sea (04:20)
8) Nancy Whiskey (03:26)
9) She Was the Prize (04:10)
10) Johnny Jump Up/Morrison's Jig (05:00)
11) Titanic Set: Drowsy Maggie/Blarney Pilgrim (03:20)
12) Tell Me Ma (02:42)
13) Beggarman: The Beggarman/Johnny Mgreevy's Favorite (03:44)

Album
Special Reserve
Publisher
EMI Music Distribution
Main Format
CD
Explicit Lyrics
No
Keyword Index
Special Reserve | Gaelic Storm