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Symphony from the Ghost Ship

Symphony from the Ghost Ship

[CD]

~ Angus Mohr

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Angus Mohr is Highland Rock and Roll. Bagpipes rock out with crashing guitars and pounding drums, blurring the lines between musical genres while maintaining a style that is uniquely their own. This is Angus Mohr's second studio album, showing the growth and musical progression of the band. Produced by Angus Mohr with Scott 'Gusty' Christensen, you will find it to be a hard rocking--yet pleasant--album to listen to. The Celtic rockers take on traditional music such as the heavy hitting bagpipe tune, 'Paddy's Leather Breeches', their unique reworking of the 'Hangman Song', and the ancient story of 'Isabel and the Elf-Knight'. In addition to a few covers (Bob Dylan's 'A Hard Rain's A Gonna Fall', 'The Devil In Miss Jones' by Mike Ness, and AC/DC's 'Long Way To The Top') the album features several new original songs, notably 'Debt To The Devil', 'Waltzing Alone', and 'The Captains' Song', a tribute to friends who are no longer with us. This record is a must-have for Angus Mohr fans the world over.

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    Artist: Angus Mohr
    Title: Symphony from the Ghost Ship
    Genre: Rock
    Release Date: 9/23/2008
    Label: CD Baby
    Product Type: CD
    Catalog #: 5637207491
    UPC: 807347215223
    Item #: CDBY721522
    This product is a special order

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