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$50.00

Kilt - Kilt

Format: CD
Label: Oh Ha Music RDRCD-3719
Year: 1997
Origin: Cape Breton, Nova Scotia
Genre: rock, celtic
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Value of Original Title: $50.00
Make Inquiry/purchase: email ryder@robertwilliston.com
Release Type: Albums
Websites:  No
Playlist: Top 1000 Canadian Albums of All Time, Top 1000 Canadian Singles of All Time, 1990's, Nova Scotia, Celtic traditional, Celtic Rock

Tracks

Track Name
Wrecker's Den
Honest Gamble - Tripping Up the Stairs
Johnny Bean Set: Cawdor Fair - Frank's Reel - Speed the Plow
Fisherman's Blues
I Was Made for Loving You
Come on Eileen
South Australia - Brenda Stubbert's Reel
The Drunken Dancer - Dinky Dorian's - Sleepy Maggie - McNab's Hornpipe
The Keeper - Plenty of Hornpipe
Dylan's Ghost
Last Call

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Information/Write-up

This is the 1997 CD release of the self titled from Maritime Canadian Celtic Folk group KILT. 12 tracks of energetic toe-tapping tunes. CD is a mix of traditional songs, originals and some unusual (but sorta cool!!) covers. The odd cover choices include "I Was Made For Loving You" (yep - the Kiss song) and "Come On Eileen" originally by Irish rockers Dexy's Midnight Runners.

"Founded on three East Coast traditions…….. Music, Dancing, and Having a Good Time, Halifax based Kilt consists of five very talented and energetic musicians who are certainly on the rise. Kilt is lead by lead vocalist Tony Ronalds, Brennan MacDonald, Bonnie Jean MacDonald, Brian Buckle and Scott MacFarlane. They have been tearing up towns across the country."

Kilt's rendition of the Kiss song "I Was Made for Loving You" is my favourite celtic cover tunes of a rock song. Play it at your wedding and watch everybody put their hands together and dance. I am sure these guys have played this at the Red Shoe Pub in Mabou. What a site that would be.
-Robert Williston

Tony Ronalds: lead vocals, whistles
Justin Stewart: mandolin, vocals, electric guitar
Bonnie Jean MacDonald: fiddle, vocals, dancing
Andy Gallant: bass, vocals
Brian Buckle: percussion, vocals
Brennan MacDonald: guitars, vocals, dancing

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