It's been a while since I've heard some good traditional Irish music so today at the shop we put on rediscovered gem: The Boys of the Lough. This album was recorded at Passim in Cambridge in 1974 and it sounds great! The Boys still tour, and in fact they'll be playing South Carolina this spring. If they come up to Massachusetts I'd love to hear them live. We didn't have any Irish Mist on hand to sip while listening, but I'll be sure to stock up come Friday for St. Patty's Day! The Boys of the Lough
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