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  • Audio CD (October 24, 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: © 1993 Grrr Records / 1994 Storyville Records
  • ASIN: B00083AW8O
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #283,609 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Dancing at the Crossroads by The Crossing

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By First Peter on May 4, 2012
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I have seen them in concert 4 times and actually caught this tour back in 1994! Every time they performed it was amazing and even better than the last time. This cd is a great starting point to explore their music! It is an excellent blend of fast and slow original Irish tunes featuring the harp, bagpipe and many handcrafted instruments!
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"There Were Roses" always makes me weep.... getting annoyed by Iraq or Afghanistan is easy - who cares about Northern Ireland?
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Coming from Grrr Records (an old Christian label known for its Cornerstone connection and communal approach to living a life for Christ) we have the band The Crossing who have put out, quite unexpectedly from this record lable, an Irish folk rock album with many a song that would fit onto an Irish folk music disc extremely well. If you like your uilleann pipes played along with your fiddle and whistles and guitars then you're in for a treat. Songs like "Redhaired Reels" and "Swag the Hardy Piper" and "Pawky Adam Glen/ O'Neill's March" are Irish/ Celtic instrumental mountain fresh songs. The title track, "Dancing At the Crossroads", too is an instrumental that just may get you up kicking your feet. But if you want vocals attached to your music you'll get plenty of that too in songs like "Bold Little Preacher" which tells the story of a young preacherman confronted by Rat the punker dude, and a two-way witness ensues, but there can be only one ending in a song like this from this band. While "Bold Little Preacher" is a shameless proselytizing number "There Were Roses" is an uplifting lament over deadly diviseness between the IRA and Irish Catholics; it is moving and poignant.

Tony Krogh's vocals have a John Michael Talbot ease and quality to them and he gets backed up by the band at several points on the songs with vocals. All songs have an organic, earthy feel but jump between jiggy hummables and melodious but deeper-noted contemplations. I only recently dusted this disc off again and I very much enjoyed it, enough to see what else The Crossing has given us (a few discs, I've found). I'll be givin' those a try now dontcha' worry none lads 'e lasses. To be sure.

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great Celtic music to enjoy with Christian themes a lot of instrumental Irish Celtic music that is beautiful and relaxing A joy to listen to try thier cd Hope also if you like this one
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