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Rosewood Castle
  • Artist: Robin Bullock
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 700261218250
  • Item #: SRD121825
  • Genre: Folk
  • Release Date: 8/10/2012
  • Rank: 254847
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Rosewood Castle on CD

INDIE Award-winning guitar virtuoso Robin Bullock explores the rich musical traditions of Ireland and Scotland (with side trips to Brittany, Asturias and Baroque-era France), masterfully interpreting timeless airs, dances and harp tunes on solo and duo guitar. Featuring exquisite duets with five of the world's leading acoustic guitarists - Windham Hill pioneer and Grammy nominee Alex de Grassi (track 3), Grammy winner Al Petteway (track 5), Irish powerhouse and original Solas member John Doyle (track 6), Scottish guitar legend Tony McManus (track 10) and Robin's longtime duo partner Steve Baughman (track 12) - Rosewood Castle is a true milestone in the art of Celtic guitar. 'Breathtaking...brilliant technique, always in service of the music.' - Guitar Player 'Uncanny ability to combine precision, virtuosity and soul...his reputation as one of the best folk instrumentalists in the business is well-deserved.' - Sing Out! 'A rare combination of technical virtuosity and emotional nuance...Robin Bullock has a deep appreciation of the power of music to touch people's hearts, and the skills to make that happen when he plays.' - Dirty Linen, The Magazine of Folk and World Music 'Celtic guitar god.' - Baltimore City Paper.