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Metamorphosis-- further developments from Stonecircle

Metamorphosis is a VERY mature album from Stonecircle. I listened to it straight through the first time, never once feeling the urge to skip over to the next track. The musicianship and arrangments are excellent--they have more than just a feel for their traditional and modern material, they are masters of the material. The traditional folk tunes aren't anything unusual or spectacular, but they are solid renditions which show the band's roots and inspirations. Having shown their expertise in the traditional tunes, they then go on to add Swarbrick, MacLeod and even W. B. Yeats, to show their progressive-traditional side.
Schoemaker's guitar work is rock-solid (check out that 12 string work), Beecher's fiddle is smooth and tasty, Johnston-Coursey's vocals are sometimes breathtaking but always good, Cooley's and Draper's flutes and whistles round out the sound. There is a sparse and tasteful use of keyboards in a few songs which add a bit of seasoning to the mix, not overwhelming or clashing with the acoustic sound, and the occasional percussion is restrained to showcase the music.

Standout tracks--Maid on the Shore, Crazy Man Michael, Lamentations (who would ever have expected Battlestar Galactica music? but it works!)

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