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Fine Celtic Rock
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Tempest has, as always, done a very fine job of bringing folk music into the electric age. Their use of modern instruments to relay ancient songs and not so ancient songs is a wonderful way to keep the bardic tradition alive. For the disappointed gentleman, this is Celtic Rock, not traditional folk. It is supposed to sound like it does, and they do a fine job of melding the two genres."
Good compilation of different styles here
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Although a few tracks here aren't the greatest, this holds up to the standard of "Serrated Edge." "When Tenskwatawa Sings" shows a distinction between Tempest and a certain other band that relies heavily on a flute / electric folk sound, touching as it does on Native Americana. "Queen of Argyll" and "And Shall Trelawney Die" are standout tracks. "Cat in the Corner" and "Barrow Man" are in a slightly different form than they appear on "Turn of the Wheel.""