Bodhran, Djembe, Doumbek, Drums (Snare), Group Member, Kanjira, Shaker, Trombone. Hotpoint String Band. Bernie Nau. Engineer, Mastering, Mixing.
Hotpoint, Steppin' on Cords (Make 'Em Go Wooo, 1999). This is a lively album that blends many different styles of music from Russian folk to calypso to French Canadian, often within the course of one rollicking medley. Hotpoint consists of six multi-talented talented musicians, so the songs are filled with fiddle, banjo, piano, bodhran, guitar and even a didgeridoo for good measure. The result is dynamic mix of folk-dance tunes that overflow with energy. The band has quite a repertoire of tunes, and they squeeze as many as possible into this album
1 Steppin On Cords/Gaspé Reel/Calypso. 2 St. Anne's Reel/Jeff Davis.
Hotpoint – Steppin On Cords. Label: Make 'Em Go Wooo Productions – none. 1. Steppin On Cords/Gaspé Reel/Calypso. 2. St.
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|1||Steppin On Cords/Gaspé Reel/Calypso||6:36|
|2||St. Anne's Reel/Jeff Davis||4:56|
|4||Lost Tribe/Tetris/McGoohan's Reel||4:57|
|5||Three In The Hill/Girlfriend Of The Whirling Dervish||4:19|
|6||The Willow Waltz||3:17|
|7||Cleo/Mr. Fiddle/Tipsy Gipsy||4:23|
|8||Hunting The Buffalo/Rock-A-Bye Baby||3:52|