By Uiscedwr

  1. Everyday Cynic
  2. Jenny Picking Cockles
    Esta Levista
  3. America
  4. Escobar
  5. Ceol Aine
  6. Swedish Polska
    The Goodley Wodge
  7. The Music Bringer
  8. The Brumley Brae
    The Butterfly
  9. Tut-Tut
  10. Yorkshire Tea
  11. Tree
  12. Tom-tom
    Flea Circus

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Uiscedwr are a three piece playing contemporary trad./trad. fusion. Bundles of energy, oodles of fun - and Cormac and Anna are some of the nicest most genuine people I’ve ever met.

There’s something for everyone here. Except perhaps if you are a hardened traditionalist and signed up member of the folk police - in which case you’ll hate everything about it! The menu is varied pulling from many traditions (Irish, Scottish, and more) served with a dosing of flair and world rhythms and other various influences such as cuban.

You’ve just gotta hear them. For me they are up there with LAU. Just amazing.

Among the accolades, Uiscedwr were winners of the BBC2 Young Folk Award. If you want to know more about Uiscedwr seek out:

I don’t think this album is as good as Everywhere - if you want to start somewhere with Uiscedwr look up Everywhere instead.

The track titles are not as shown on the CD. The reason for this is simple. The way the session works is by linking tunes to recordings. By using set names instead of individual tune names this process is defeated. So I have listed the tunes not the set name to make sure everyone can find the bits they want!