From: Sarah Allen [flooksarah_at_btinternet_dot_com]
Sent: 08 February 2012 13:43
Subject: FLOOK NEWS
We hope this email finds you well.
It's taken a while, but we are now ready to announce our first gig of 2012, which takes place at the Porthcawl Interceltic Festival, just west of Cardiff, on Saturday March 3rd.
More info: http://www.cwlwmceltaidd.com/
It would be great to see plenty of familiar faces there!
A few further dates are in the pipeline in UK, Ireland, Italy and Sweden, so watch this space for more details.
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That's it for now, keep in touch
Sarah, Brian, Ed and John Joe
FLOOK MAIL ORDER
Haven (CD) 2005
In the pantheon of Irish/English folk groups they donít come much more revered than Flook.
Irish Post, November 2005
Haven swings with a blazing intensity that captures their kinetic live performances.
The Observer, November 2005
The flute/guitar/bodhran combo keep racking up the superlatives.
Breathtaking tunes with the unmistakable Flook feelgood signature.
BBC, November 2005
Rubai (CD) (http://www.flook.co.uk/rubai.html) 2002
Rubai was nominated as Best Album in the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards 2003
an extraordinarily good record
head and shoulders above the rest... Magnificent.
The Irish Times
one of the essential albums of 2002
Flatfish (CD) 1999
Flatfish is, quite simply, one of the most stunning contemporary
Celtic albums you'll hear this or any other year.
No frills, no studio gloss, just simple unadorned pleasure from start
The Rough Guide to Irish Music
a cornucopia of sublime musicianship. Rating: * * * * *
Brian Finnegan's The Ravishing Genius of Bones (CD) 2010
Pls enquire to Flook at info_at_flook_dot_co_dot_uk to purchase this album
All Flook albums are also available from iTunes UK
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