Bofiguifluki

By Poitín

  1. Loch Altan
    Merry Sisters Of Fate
    The Otter’s Holt
    The Windmill
  2. Nancy Whisky (Calton Weaver)
  3. Old Woman Tossed Up In A Blanket
    Pipe On The Hob
    Rakes Of Kildare
  4. Hare’s Lament
  5. Bofiguifluki (Poor Boy)
  6. Billy Boy
  7. Blue Chinese Lantern
  8. Cúnla
    Jim Whelan’s
  9. La Fille D’Orval
  10. Bedlam Boys
    Star Of Munster
  11. Ward’s
    The Hag At The Churn
    Cathal’s
  12. Four Drunken Maidens
  13. Scholar
    Gan Ainm
    Jo
  14. Maurice Menley’s
    Gan Ainm
    St. Patrick Was A Gentleman
    Tolka
  15. Next Market Day

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Bofiguifluki

Poitín’s blistering new CD takes you on a roller coaster ride of Celtic traditional music sprinkled with some of their own great tunes. It continues the musical wizardry and innovation of Poitín’s earlier albums and again takes you to places in the world of Celtic music that you’ve seldom dreamed of. It was voted ‘Album of the Year 2010’ by Celtic Radio.
Why the name ‘Bofiguifluki’ ? Well, Poitín’s latest album (released in 2010) is a perfect blend of the band’s main instruments: BOdhran, FIddle, GUItar, FLute and bouzoUKI, hence the name - all spiced up with sax, didgeridoo, jaws harp and darbuka.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m-EfOFNFyuY