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Old 21st July 2001, 03:34
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anyone knows it and like it ? i need info about that kind of music.i used to here highlander radio on the net but now i can't cause the took it out of the ranking. a big mess!!
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Old 9th August 2001, 07:28
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I've just begun to listen Celtic music, so I know and like Wolfstone. Actually I like rock music based on celtic folks.
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Old 9th August 2001, 13:50
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Hi Melin

I may be wrong but I remember a group called
THE WOLFTONES in the 1970's who were very
popular, an older group who sang folk songs.
I know of them but never heard them sing.

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Old 10th August 2001, 04:47
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i have a cd of them and i guess it's not that old.they play celtic rock, but i only know that cd, the hALF TAIL.
ole, i recomend you to hear celtas cortos, if you don't know them, they are from spain, they are so good!!!
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Old 15th August 2001, 12:40
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Talking Wolfetones rock

The Wolfetones have been together foe over30 years and play the best celtic, folk and rebel songs. They are not a celtic rock band. For cletic rock check out 'the Horslips - the Tain'. Brilliant stuff.

Check out http://www.wolfetonesofficialsite.com for information on the boys. THey even did a version of that great classic 'Flower of Scotland'. I went to see them live recently. Magic stuff.
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Old 19th August 2001, 22:56
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Thumbs up hi minstrelboy

hi minstrelboy! here we use to call celtic rock to all those bands who play celtic folks with electric guitars, bass and all that kind of stuff. in specialized shops that sells only celtic music you can fin wolfstones in the celtic rock section. you must know about these much more than i, cause i'm in america. and it's not so common to listen that kind of music. i'll take your recomendation, i'm goin'to here them, thanks about the info.
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