Shooglenifty’s finest album for many years – Folkworld
The Arms Dealer’s Daughter lifts the curtain on Shooglenifty’s revitalised noughties line-up and is the band’s debut for their own label, Shoogle Records. Released in 2003, it is the first to feature Tasmanian mandolin wizard Luke Plumb, and the groove-tastic giant of bass Quee MacArthur.
Glenuig Hall | The Arms Dealer’s Daughter | Heading West | The Reid Street Sofa | The Nordal Rumba | Maxine’s Polka | A Fistful of Euro | Carboni’s Farewell | Scraping the Barrel | Tune for Bartley
Fiddle: Angus R. Grant | Banjo: Garry Finlayson | Mandolin: Luke Plumb | Guitar: Malcolm Crosbie | Bass: Quee Macarthur | Drums and percussion: James Mackintosh