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No Boundaries

4.9 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews

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Genre: Folk Music
Media Format: Compact Disk
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Release Date: 11-MAR-1997

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. The Honeysuckle Set
  2. My Friend Buddy
  3. Fiddle & Bow
  4. Reel Beatrice
  5. Paddy LeBlanc's Set
  6. Silverwells
  7. The Drunken Piper
  8. Catharsis
  9. Where's Howie?
  10. Bill Crawford's Set
  11. The Beaumont Rag
  12. The Autograph
  13. Rev. Archie Beaton


Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 11, 1997)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Rounder / UMGD
  • ASIN: B0000003ER
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #195,316 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Six months ago, I had never heard of Natalie MacMaster, then quite by accident, hear (and saw) the video of "In My Hands" and have since become one of her biggest fans. "No Boundaries" is the title of this CD and it could not be better named. Ms. MacMaster's fiddle playing stretches beyond the limits of "traditional" Celtic music and blends other musical disciplines into music that truly knows no boundaries...Neither is Ms. Macmaster one to hog the spotlight, even on her own CD...Bruce Guthro's beautiful song "Fiddle and Bow",which he sings, highlighted by Natalie's fiddle playing is one of the CD's high spots and don't miss Cookie Rankins vocal on "Drunken Piper" If you are a MacMaster fan,or merely someone who likes a talented musician showing the world "how its done"....don't miss this CD
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By A Customer on August 2, 1999
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I have seen Natalie MacMaster perform twice, once with a "Masters of the Folk Violin" tour and recently at the Britt Festival in Jacksonville, Oregon with Mary Black. MacMaster is electrifying on stage and in her recordings. "No Boundaries" features MacMaster's fiddle brilliance accompanied by a traditional band (guitar, drums, keyboard), which results in a wonderful sound. MacMaster's latest, "My Roots Are Showing," won Canada's Juneau Award (equivalent to USA's Grammy Award), but is not currently available for sale in the US. This album is absolutely wonderful, it ends much too soon.
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After downloaing the free mp3 files, I bought the CD. The music is beautiful; at times relaxing, at other times, inspiring. If you like Celtic music or just acoustic music in general give this artist a try.
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I saw Natalie MacMaster in person at the Capital District Scottish Highland Games in Altamont, New York.(All right, I'm not Canadian) And I was hooked for good on her music. This album is great, especially the Drunken Piper with Cookie Rankin!! Gaelic rocks, Nova Scotia rocks, and Natalie rules the fiddles. Kateri
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This is the best Natalie MacMaster CD I have. I own two other ones and this is my favorite. Track 8 is so cool. Since I play fiddle, I can play along with her. She has a music book out. It's a combination of her songs from three CDs.

I love listening to this CD around the house. Natalie is such a spunky player, how can you not feel happy when you hear her? I was at one of her performances and was taken by her playing. This is a fantastic CD!
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Natalie McMasters is one of the hottest fiddlle players I've ever heard. Her CD reflects her grasp of traditional Cape Breton fiddling and stretches it's limits all the way to swing and beyond.A delicate touch and lightning fast...this album will take you for a wild ride and possibly be the best music you've purchased in a long time. My choice for traditional Album of the Year!
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