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Old Blind Dogs

Four on the Floor

2008-03-31

“Four on the Floor” should appeal to anyone who likes Celtic music. The eleventh release by a band that has changed its roster many times over the last fifteen years, this disc showcases fine musicianship, and a respect for traditional Scottish music. You’ll find some singing in Scots Gaelic, some in English, some instrumentals, and a few live tracks; all are worth listening to. I particularly liked “Cairn O’ Mount,” (a tune in which a lover in disguise tests his partner’s faithfulness -- a standard theme in many a Celtic song) but really they’re all good. Four stars out of five. - Tim Smith

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