Our love of Reggae and our Irish Roots Music culture drives our passion to mix these styles together for an Irish/Jamaican Soundclash respecting both Cultures.
Mashing up the Irish potatoe with a bit of Jamacian Herb producing a fine dining experience right out of the Bob O´Marley cook book.
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Dub reggae drum and based mixed with fiddle, pipes, whistles,
mandolin, banjo and accordion.
Album notes: Groundbreaking Celtic Dub album mixing Reggae Drum and Bass. Pipes, Fiddle, Box, Banjo, Low Whistle, Tin Whistle fused with heavy delay/echo, re-verb and Drum and Bass. A MUST for Ambient Dub lovers. Nicely mixed and mastered by U2’s engineer Pete Maher.
Features a mix of reggae versions of traditional Irish songs and original Celtic/Reggae fusions. Well loved traditional Irish songs 'Raggle Taggle Gypsy' and 'Spancil Hill' are reworked in reggae style on, respectively, 'Raggle Taggle Reggae' and 'Spancil Hill/Gordon Wilson is a forgiver'. Original tune compositions include 'reggae reels' - a blend of reggae and traditional reels - 'Gandhi's Triumph' (with its delightfully syncopated rhythms) and 'The Very Hairy Rasta Fairy' and Brian Gilligan singing the laid back 'You Got to Laugh' and 'The United Mistakes of America' (complete with Hillbilly banjo and reggae beat).
The lineup features Northern Irishman Jarlath Henderson, one of the finest exponents of the uilleann pipes in the World, he is a talented and versatile musician who also plays, low whistle, tin Whistle, flute and cittern in addition to having a fine voice. He regularly guests with Scottish bands Capercaille, [read more]
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