Album Reviews

Music You Don't Know You Like Yet

Old Blind Dogs

Four on the Floor


“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

More reviews tagged #Folk

  • reviewed 02/2007

    The Last Town Chorus
    Wire Waltz

  • reviewed 07/2004

    Michael Franti
    Songs from the Front Porch

  • reviewed 04/2008

    Yael Naim and David Donatien
    Yael Naim

  • reviewed 01/2004

    Carwreck Conversations

  • reviewed 07/2006


  • reviewed 08/2017


Compiled by the WYCE Journalism Club

The opinions expressed in these reviews are those of the individual volunteers that submitted the article and do not necessarily reflect the views of WYCE or GRCMC; nor its staff, donors, or affiliates.