ReviewsEvery now and then I'll feel inclined to review a CD that comes my way. If you want to get your CD reviewed, you can send it here.The closer it is to being Canadian and Celtic, the more likely it is to be reviewed. I will try to let you know if your CD gets to me, as long as you include an email address. I will not send it back to you, but neither will I resell it. If I don't like it enough to give it a serious listen, I won't review it.
If you want to write a review, on the other hand, please do. The more the merrier.
New ReviewsComing soon!
Older ReviewsHere's some reviews from the previous incarnation of these pages.
Bob MacLean: Dancing on a String
by Wil Macaulay, March 1998.
MacNamara Family: Leitrim's Hidden Treasure by Thom Pratt, October 1998
Puirt a Baroque: Return of the Wanderer by Wil Macaulay, October 1998
Linda Miller: Hearts at Rest (Celtic Lullabies) by Linda Landry, October 1998
Ashley MacIsaac: Fine (R) Thank You Very Much. Not really a review, but a little analysis of Ashley's influences on this album. By Kate Dunlay.
Natalie MacMaster: My Roots are Showing by Judith Rosen, May 1998
Various Artists: The Bridges of Cape Breton Counties by Wil Macaulay, April 1998
Dick Gaughan at the Flying Cloud Folk Club, October 1998
by Wil Macaulay
Natalie MacMaster at Glenn Gould Studios, Dec 1997 by Wil Macaulay, December 1997.