One slightly unusual aspect of album is that we recorded on flat-pitched "c" instruments, a rare-enough thing in the Australian Irish scene, which we think adds a real richness and depth to the tunes. Also we should give a big shout-out to fellow Trubster Joe Ferguson who did a wonderful job on the recording-production side.
From Ado's CD notes:
‘Anyone who’s been caught by this music will know the feeling, when it’s really flowing, of the tunes somehow playing themselves - perhaps it’s the combination of time and shared experience that does it, but often when we sit down to play it feels like the music just sets itself loose. Recorded live over a chilly Melbourne weekend, this album is an effort to capture a few of those fleeting moments, to catch the elusive sound of the music rolling free.'
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look out for Freewheeler launch gigs over the next few months!