The Crossing - Look Both Ways/Rise And Go

Wednesday 1st October 1997
The Crossing - Look Both Ways/Rise And Go
The Crossing - Look Both Ways/Rise And Go

STYLE: Celtic
RATING 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 170-15
LABEL: Grrr GRRR3511
FORMAT: CD Album
RELEASE DATE: 1999-02-22
RRP: £14.99


Reviewed by Sammy Horner

Not really new, but to many UK fans this will be a welcome addition to the fine traditional music of the JPUSA's Celts from Chicago, The Crossing. Previously unavailable in the UK (and also unavailable anywhere on CD), this album is the band's first two-cassette release on one disc. This, by the band's own admission, is a little rougher than 'Dancing At The Crossroads' or 'Dorcas', but that doesn't take away from the skill or excitement of the band, and anyway, isn't this music meant to be a little rough? Well worth getting hold of if you can, The Crossing bring a little Irish twinkle to the CCM industry with every release.

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Sample Track Listing:
1. Kesh Jig-Road To Lisdoonvarna-Campbell's Farewell To Redgap [Listen]
2. My Son-Home With The Girls In The Morning [Listen]
3. Carpenter(Lord Of All)-Ten Penny Bit [Listen]
4. The Cold Within [Listen]
5. Jennifer's Favorite-The Blarney Pilgrim-Swallowtail Jig [Listen]
6. No Easy Answer-Hough's Of Cromdale [Listen]
7. What Will Ye Do- [Listen]
8. November Child [Listen]
9. Lovely Joan-James Cameron Stuart [Listen]
10. Mark's Wedding-Donor Wants Her Kidney Back [Listen]
11. Roslyn Castle [Listen]
12. Feel Like A Robber-Buy New Boots For Maggie [Listen]
13. Be Thou My Vision [Listen]
14. Rise Ye Up And Go [Listen]
15. Aran Boat-Red Admiral Butterfly [Listen]
16. Parting Song-Deliverance [Listen]

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