CD Review: Breabach – “The Big Spree”

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You never know what you’re going to get from a new band on the scene, and when “The Big Spree” was released by Breabach back in 2008 it was a shocker in all the best of ways.

The young styles of Patsy Reid, Calum MacCrimmon, Ewan Robertson, and Donal Brown bring a freshness to the traditional tunes they play. The arrangements on this CD are fantastic, and the blend of tunes and songs give the listener a nice mix of everything. Their songs are full of foot stomping pipes, whistles and fiddle, and you’ll definitely want to sing along to “The Rolling Hills”.

If you like some of the other Scottish folk creatives such as Old Blind Dogs or the Tannahill Weavers, don’t miss this Breabach release! You’ll be thrilled that you added it to your collection… In fact, better by two in case you wear the first one out!

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