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by Eamon's Daughter

Four voices, four instruments – that\'s all they need to show their talent. Specifically, that means clear arrangements, virtuoso performances, and a penchant for cover versions which make pop songs sound as if they were born in the streets of Dublin.
Genre: Folk: Contemporary Celtic
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1. The Tamosher
3:13 album only
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2. Popcorn Set
4:27 album only
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3. Boys Don't Cry
3:48 album only
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4. I Am Stretched On Your Grave
3:10 album only
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5. Dry Tunes
6:31 album only
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6. Stayin' Alive
3:45 album only
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7. Peter Street
3:55 album only
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8. Knowing Me, Knowing You
3:56 album only
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9. Banks Of Newfoundland
5:36 album only
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10. Leaving On A Jet Plane
6:44 album only

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Four voices, four instruments – the band Eamon’s Daughter doesn’t need anything else to show its talent. Specifically, that means clear arrangements, virtuoso performances, and a penchant for cover versions which transform pop songs to sound as if they were born in the streets of Dublin.

The repertoire of the four musicians from Hamburg, Germany includes old Irish ballads, intoxicating tunes as well as top ten hits of the last few decades. Eamon’s Daughter’s motto when playing folk is \"Anything goes. What counts is fun and good sound!\" From the Bee Gees to Belfast, from Galway to George Michael. Hearing their cover versions, you’ll think they snapped them up on the streets of Dublin.

This eclectic mixture of old and new is presented on a high musical level. Ivo von Schnakenburg at the bodhrán and Martin Verg at the bouzouki provide the rhythm for Frank Grischek at the accordion and Ulli Buth at the fiddle to let the melodies dance and make the listeners tap their toes. And all four are excellent singers, too.

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