A meetings of minds and cultures well-suited to the Alasdair Roberts’ syncretic fervor: responding to the invitation of Norwegian fiddler Hans Kjorstad, he found a group of musicians well-versed in folk, jazz and free-playing. Their diverse musics deeply inform this collection of Roberts’ originals and Scottish and Norwegian traditional song.
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I’m so grateful this crossed my path. This album is so beautiful. All the clear technique and mastery and vision are kinda secondary to the fact that this album brought me calm and joy during one of the most difficult times in my life. Yeah, grateful. David McCullough
supported by 27 fans who also own “The Old Fabled River”
If Bill Callahan sang "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star" in his silky baritone, it would probably sound profound. That's why we, as listeners, are spoiled. Not only does Bill have one of the most beautiful voices in the music, he is also one of America's greatest poets. thepirc