Here are some of the things that people have written about us...
"...if you like the rollicking style pioneered by the Clancy Brothers, the Corries, and, in Atlantic Canada, the Irish
Rovers and John Allan Cameron, youll certainly love this."
jun/jul '97, Steve Winick, Dirty Linen, BALTIMORE, MD.
"The duos newly penned songs reveal them at the top of their craft as lyricists."
jul '96, Gerry Taylor, The
Telegraph Journal, SAINT JOHN, N.B.
"...america (the promise)... is among the most pared down and the most powerful writing on this release... it is a wonderful
collection of gems from the cultural goldmine that is Canada's Maritimes."
feb '01, Bob Mackenzie, Soundbytes Reviews,
Read the complete review by Bob MacKenzie
"Their fine songwriting combined with strong vocal harmonies...produces a very relaxing and listenable sounds..."
june '98, June Nicols, THE FOLK RAG, BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA
"There are no slick bells-and-whistles on this release, just a straightforward, warm offering built around strong vocals
and pleasing presentations of some familiar and some unfamiliar compositions. That's enough!"
may '99, Kevin McCarthy,
Celtic & Folk Music Reviews, LOS ANGELES, CA
Read the complete review by Kevin McCarthy - Dancing in the Moonlight
Read the complete review by Kevin McCarthy - My Father's Songs
"...a timeless peregrination on the wild seashores (& pubs) of the Atlantic. Spirited and thoroughly enjoyable, this
is a great folk release."
sept '97, Stavros Moschopoulos, FAO CASA GAZETTE, ROME, ITALY