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Hi How Are You Today
Ashley MacIsaac
Hi How Are You Today
Genres: Alternative Rock, Folk, World Music, New Age, Pop, Rock
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Ashley Mac Isaac


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All Artists: Ashley MacIsaac
Title: Hi How Are You Today
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 9
Label: A&M
Original Release Date: 6/4/1996
Release Date: 6/4/1996
Genres: Alternative Rock, Folk, World Music, New Age, Pop, Rock
Styles: American Alternative, Celtic, Celtic New Age, Adult Contemporary, Adult Alternative
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
Other Editions: HI HOW ARE YOU TODAY?
UPCs: 731454052221, 731454052245, 766482527823


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Ashley Mac Isaac

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This Is NOT Your Father's Celtic Music!!! | 06/25/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"It rocks!!! It probably belongs more at the X-Games that your local pub (actually they love it at my Irish pub).The music ranges from a jazzy piano opening on 'Wing-Stock' to speed-Celtic on 'Devil in the Kitchen' (you'll know what I mean when you hear it). I heard an MP3 of 'Wing-Stock' and it absolutely blew me away. I ordered the CD right away and was ecstatic about the rest of it. It is a must buy regardless if you are looking for alternative, rock or Celtic.If you buy this and like it check out Brigid Boden too. She is another alternative Celtic artist. If you know of any other artists playing this type of alternative/rock with a Celtic twist, please let me know!One note of caution: Ashley's other albums are nothing like this one. They are traditional Celtic Jigs and Reels. Don't get carried away and order his whole discography until you have sampled them."
Stinkin awesome album!
strangerjt | Portland OR | 06/04/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Celtic music to bug your parents with. This is probably the most hard rockin celtic album I've heard yet. Punk guitar and celtic fiddle, what a combo. Not quite as traditional as "Fine thank you very much", which I didn't care for all that much. The fiddle playing is incredible, as well as the arrangements of songs. I tend to skip the softer songs and head straight for the rockers. If I want more traditional I listen to Patrick Street or something. But that's just me though. I thought "Sleepy Maggie"'s poppy vocals were kind of annoying. And "What an idiot", well that was kind of annoying, but funny too. You don't expect it, that's for sure. I love tracks 3,4,10,11, and 12. If you like high energy rock and fiddles check it out. It's definitely a must have in any celtic-rock collection. If you like this, other good Celtic rock bands are Wolfstone, Seven Nations and Brother."
Well, if you can't see him in concert . . .
A. C. Walter | Lynnwood, WA USA | 07/30/1998
(4 out of 5 stars)

". . . you still have to buy the CD! The full Ashley experience can only be had live, but this is the next best thing. When he revs his fiddle up to a fevered pitch, just imagine a whole lot of stompin' going on. Mr. MacIsaac learnt his fiddle playin' from the King of the Faeries, and the energy in this album proves it! Here you have the hit single, "Sleepy Maggie," sung in Galic but all about "sex and dancin'." And there's "The Devil in the Kitchen," a no holds barred, take no prisoners, gritty, grungy Fiddle Fest. In the middle of the album, the humor of "What An Idiot He Is" sneaks up on you; it's one of the funniest, wittiest songs I've ever heard. Point is: the album's all good. You've moshed, you've banged your head. Now learn how to stomp."