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off a tangent

Off on a Tangent

[tan-juhnt]

Off on a Tangent (1990) is a collection of traditional Celtic music including reels, jigs and hornpipes performed by Canadian musicians Mary Anderson and Ken Brown.

Track listing

  1. "Rusty Gully" (Instrumental)
  2. "The Blarney Pilgrim/The Rights of Man" (Instrumental)
  3. "Loch Tay Boat Song" (Vocal)
  4. "Lochaber no more/Gravel Walk" (Instrumental)
  5. "Off She Goes" (Instrumental)
  6. "Snowy Breasted Pearl" (Instrumental)
  7. "I Will Go" (Vocal)
  8. "My Lagan Love/Lark in the Clear Air/Whelan's Jig" (Instrumental)
  9. "Eleanor Plunket/The Flowing Tide" (Instrumental)
  10. "Willafiord" (Instrumental)
  11. "Farewell/Massacre of Glencoe" (Instrumental/Vocal)
  12. "Caitlin Triall/Morrison's Jig" (Instrumental)

Track 3 "Loch Tay Boat Song" was written by Sir Harold Bolton, the same composer who penned The Skye Boat Song.

Credits

Tracks 1, 3-6, 9-13

  • Harold Kilianski - Engineer
  • Janice Bayer - Assistant

Recorded at Inception Sound, Toronto, May 1990

Tracks 2, 7-8

  • Garrick Filewood - Engineer
  • Glenn Howard - Engineer

Recorded at Sheridan Studios, Oakville, May 1990

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