Live From The Powerhouse

By Mozaik

  1. A Blacksmith Courted Me
    Blacksmithereens
  2. My Heart’s Tonight In Ireland
    Robinson County
    The Trip To Durrow
  3. Suleman’s Kopanitsa
  4. The Rocky Road To Dublin
    Indian Ate The Woodchuck
  5. Romanian Horă
    Black Jack Grove
  6. Sandansko Oro
    Mechkin Kamen
  7. Pony Boy
    Never Tire Of The Road
  8. Field Call
    Piney Woods
    Lost Indian
  9. Băneasă’s Green Glade
    Roumen Sirakov’s Daichevo
  10. Smeseno Horo
  11. The Last Dance

Four comments

This band (in my humble opinion) are ones of those you have to see live if you get the chance. I saw them last month and they were excellent, entertainment at it’s best. The way they cruised from Irish to old time to the balkans was amazing. The cd suddenly got a lot more play time after that concert not enough before.

Andy Irvine,(bouzouki, mandolin, mandola, harmonica, vocals), Donal Lunny (bouzouki, guitar, bodhran), Rens Van Der Zalm (mandolin, fiddle, guitar), Bruce Molsky(vocals, fiddle, 5 string banjo), Nicola Parov (i can’t count that far or remember the names of all the strange instruments he played-a genius).

I’ve only had the pleasure of their music with the Balkan seasoning, it was fun…

Re: Live From The Powerhouse

Hummingbird; 2004.

Andy Irvine - vocals, bouzouki, mandolin, harmonica
Dónal Lunny - backing vocals, guitar, bouzouki, bodhrán
Bruce Molsky - vocals, fiddle, 5-string banjo
Nikola Parov - gadulka, gaida, kaval, tin whistle, clarinet, guitar, kalimba
Rens van de Zalm - backing vocals, fiddle, mandolin, guitar

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