Studio CD: Bending Tradition (2000)
Our most commercially successful CD to date, "Bending
Tradition" has shipped well over 5,000 copies - a solid track record
for an indie release! This was our second CD, and the first we consider
a "real" CD (our debut CD "Emerald Rose" was a limited
pressing, and essentially demo quality). We spent many studio hours
at Railroad Earth in Atlanta getting the master the way we wanted, and
we're proud of the result.
The songs showcase a variety of
styles, from Pagan-theme rockers like "Pagan Girl" and the
oracular chant/song "Freya, Shakti" to more Celtic traditional
fare such as "Come By The Hills" and "Johnnie Cope".
You can now order this CD direct,
using our secure e-commerce site! Only $13 plus shipping!
We also have this CD for sale on
and many other online merchants, including The
Blessed Bee, Azure Green,
and Southern Fried
Filk! We'll also be selling them at our gigs, of course, and we're
happy to discuss wholesale orders with any qualified retailers.
1. Penny In The Well - original, pop with Celtic undertones
2. Fire In The Head - fast-paced "mouth music" piece with Celtic shamanism
3. Lucky Man - the old Emerson, Lake, and Palmer number, as it should
4. Green Hills of Garland/Gallagher Lass/Ferret's Nose - original jigs
5. Red Haired Mary - a trad ballad transformed to modern pop
6. Pagan Girl - pure pagan pop!
7. Come By The Hills - a beautiful traditional Irish ballad
8. Johnny Cope - a rousing Scottish fightin' song
9. Merry Mayfolk - an upbeat May song with a universal message
10. Castle of Arianrhod - mysterious delving into Welsh myth and legend
11. Freya, Shakti - praise for the Goddess in her many forms
12. Unfinished Business - jazz jam with bozouki and whistle
13. Hills of America - an anthem of the Celtic diaspora