Carthy Hardy Farrell Young
Country of origin:
Type of music generally:
Traditional some country/Americana
Most recent release, Laylam (2013)
Red Molly, some of Eliza Carthy's solo work
Traditional and covers
See album comments below
Recommended first album:
Laylam is their debut as a group
Recommended for fans of traditional and/or Americana/country music
Eliza Carthy—fiddle, octave fiddle, vocals, percussion
A supergroup of women with their own strong folk and traditional folk singing careers. The album is mostly traditional songs with a cover of "Walking After Midnight" (originally covered by Patsy Cline) and "Why Don't You Do Right" (originally covered by Peggy Lee). Vocal harmonies, lots of fiddle, and lots of fun. (Neile)
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