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Tuesday, 24 April 2012

LINK: Troy Donockley review

Review by Conor Fynes

3 stars 'Messages' - Troy Donockley (6/10)
Troy Donockley is a legend of Celtic music; particularly in regards to his work with the uilleann pipes. Before I had even heard the name, I was already familiar with his brilliant musicianship; he is the player behind the Celtic instruments in Finnish symphonic metal band NIGHTWISH. While perhaps best known for his tenure with the Irish prog-folkers IONA, Donockley has also had a warm solo career. Sadly, 'Messages' is the first thing I've heard of this artist, although I'll make sure that it's not the last. Although this best-of compilation only serves as a gateway into Troy's music, it succeeds enough at attracting me to the man's music that I will soon be hearing more of what he has done.

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