The Celtic Poets (download)
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This album demonstrated Wobble's "very rootsy, direct, and raw" musical backing used "irregular rhythm" patterns and loops, keyboards, bells, pipes, sitar, reeds, horns, Ku-Cheng, and Japanese shakuhachi flute. "I think of it as primitive music but very sophisticated," he says.
The poetry is primarily recited by the Dubliners 'Ronnie Drew. Wobble enlisted him after the two shared a poetry bill in which Drew performed MacGowan's "The Dunes" - which is the album's opening cut.
"I particularly like that track, which is about the Irish potato famine," says Delphire Blue, an air personality at the listener-sponsored station WABD New York. "But I love all his albums. He takes all of these different sounds - bagpipes. Indian music, duo- which seems strange when you say it. But when you listen, it's not at all like the verbal description and sound incredible."
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