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Ready for the Storm

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Reseña de álbum

The storm has hit — the eagerly awaited second album from Deanta, featuring the lead vocals of Mary Dillon, is here and is more impressive than ever. Mary lends her crystalline voice to standout renditions of "The Lake of Pontchartrain," "Culloden's Harvest," and the title track, "Ready for the Storm," written by Scots singer-songwriter Dougie MacLean. Inventively arranged instrumentals, performed on harp, fiddle, flute, guitar, keyboards and more, are also a hallmark Deanta. Ready for the Storm is an absolutely stellar achievement, capturing one of Ireland's youngest and highly talented traditional bands in peak performance.

Biografía

Género: Músicas del mundo

Años de actividad: '80s, '90s

Deanta (pronounced: Jaunt-a) is one of the top traditional Celtic bands in Ireland. Formed in Northern Ireland's County Antriam, the group is known for its tight, ensemble, playing and the crystalline vocals of All-Ireland champion singer Mary Dillon. According to Irish Music Magazine, "Unlike some of the other guns currently making waves on both sides of the Atlantic, Deanta have not gone down the well worn route of 'give it a dose of rocket fuel, foot to the floor, out blast The Bothy Band and...
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