(March 2002) 12 tracks: Popeye's * Hard Life * The March of the King of Laois / Michigan Impossible / Tune for Patsy * Henry MacDermott Roe * The Kinsale Herring * Morgan Magan * The Lough Beg Waltz * Henry My Son * The Woodlawn Suite * Lord Inchiquin * Rickrack * Nightingale Lane.
This is Pat Kilbride's fourth solo album and the years he has spent touring and absorbing different cultures have coalesced with a finely honed technique to create an album of beauty from a mature musician. Here is consummate guitar playing that is both crisp and accurate when playing melody, driving or sensitive when accompanying others.
Pat comes from Ireland and has played guitar from an early age, leaving for England in 1975 to join Battlefield Band. He then went to Europe - Brittany first where he made his album Rock and More Roses, and then on to Belgium.
His cittern skips delightfully along with the other instruments and there are four great songs too. Pat is joined on the album by a number of musician friends - Brian Kelly, Tommy McManamon, Miriam Kavanagh, Kane O'Rourke and Gino Lupari. He is also joined by his Battlefield Band peers Alan Reid, Mike Katz and Alasdair White.
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