My Roots Are Showing - Natalie MacMaster
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  1. Hey Johnny Cope! /March: Johnny Cope/Reels: the Dowd's Favorite/Pares
  2. Willie Fraser/ Strathspeys: Willie Fraser/Thomas MacDonnell's/ ...
  3. The Boys of the Lake/ Jigs: the Detroit Jig/The Mucking of Geordie's Byre
  4. The Wildcate: the Wildcat/Little Nipper's Hornpipe
  5. Balmoral Highlanders/ Pipe March: The Balmoral Highlanders/ Strathspey
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  1. Hey Johnny Cope! /March: Johnny Cope/Reels: the Dowd's Favorite/Pares
  2. Willie Fraser/ Strathspeys: Willie Fraser/Thomas MacDonnell's/ ...
  3. The Boys of the Lake/ Jigs: the Detroit Jig/The Mucking of Geordie's Byre
  4. The Wildcate: the Wildcat/Little Nipper's Hornpipe
  5. Balmoral Highlanders/ Pipe March: The Balmoral Highlanders/ Strathspey
  6. The Shakin's O' the Pocky
  7. Captain Keeler/ Hornpipes: Miss Wharton Duff/Jimmy Linn's Hornpipe
  8. E Flat Set: the E Flat Reel/The Recluse/James D. Law
  9. Glad You Made It, Howie!: Mary Scott/The Ewie Wi' The Crookit Horn/Lor
  10. Close to the Floor/ Jigs: Scotty Fitzgerald's Jig/Close to the Floor
  11. Queen of the West/ Hornpipes: Ferry Bridge Clog/Queen of the ...
  12. A' Chuthag (The Cuckoo)
  13. A Glencoe Dance Set: the Castle Hornpipe/Sean Maguire's ...
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Since Natalie MacMaster is basically a traditional Cape Breton Island Celtic fiddler who sometimes adds more modern elements to her music, a traditional album is an ideal way to hear her in her most natural environment, and My Roots Are Showing, finally issued in the U.S. by Rounder in April 2000 after having been released by Warner Bros. in Canada in 1998, is that album. On most of the 13 cuts, MacMaster combines a series of either public domain pieces or originals by the old masters, including reels, marches, strathspeys, ...

My Roots Are Showing 2000, Rounder

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