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The Unwanted: Music From The Atlantic Fringe

Rick Epping English Concertina

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#1 Defra


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Posted 10 October 2013 - 02:56 AM

I just wanted to flag up a great album with some low-profile but excellent English concertina content. It's "Music from the Atlantic Fringe" by The Unwanted, a trio consisting of Cathy Jordan, Seamie O'Dowd and Rick Epping whose exploits on the harmonica and EC (often simultaneously) have already been mentioned on the forum. There's a lovely old-time feel to this album and I highly recommend it. It's on Deezer for anyone who wants to listen before they buy.



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#2 David Levine

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Posted 11 October 2013 - 01:53 AM

Thanks. Listening to it now. Lovely playing. Haven't heard all the tracks but what I have heard are lovely. Rock Epping is outstanding. The Duke of Leinster set is really sweet. Pure Drop start to finish on this set anyway. I love Out on the Western Plains. It ain't Leadbelly but it's still pretty good. Great setting of Bruce Molsky's "Shove the Pig's Foot (a Little Closer to the Fire). This is also a great setting too: http://www.youtube.c...h?v=zr4_GtWt1AI

Deezer.com is a great reference. Thanks again for that.

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