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Exceptional Contemporary and Roots Celtic

As an acoustic music lover and acoustic musician myself, I recommend this album to anybody who is seeking a break. A break from noise, from overstimulation, and overproduction and a desire to experience music that speaks for itself without a single word. This album weaves a beautiful balance of ethereal guitar rhythms , whistles, violins and cellos into a solid flow, from beginning to end. Simply but professionally done in many ways. I'm still listening to this album on repeat after a year of owning it. Though you many be skeptical of the price, it is only the cost of a nice lunch. Feast now on The Hares Corner and be blessed friends.

Brilliant

When you go solo, this is how it's done people. The album is absolutely brilliant. Amazing tunes, flawlessly written, played and recorded. I am a huge Frames fan and Colm truly deserves a praise for this one. Bravo.

Simply Amazing

This is one of my favorite albums of any genre. I return to it again and again.

Biography

Born: Dublin, Ireland

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Fiddler and multi-instrumentalist Colm Mac Con Iomaire came from a musical family of Irish-speaking Dubliners. Raised on both classical and Irish traditional music, he developed quickly, forming the Celtic folk group Kíla in 1987 with several of his classmates from secondary school. In their early days, Kíla were popular in the Dublin busking scene alongside future Frames frontman Glen Hansard. Mac Con Iomaire and Hansard struck up a friendship and in 1991, and he and guitarist David Odlum left Kíla...
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