' Camphouse Ballads takes its name from an old camphouse near the Irish army base at Kilworth outside Fermoy in the county Cork .It has, what Crowley calls, ?a great smell of the fifties? about it. Like its predecessor, the album contains a share of songs hankering after the old days.
It has a strong Cork flavour including the mysterous Con Shine.It is spiced with Northern and even American traditional songs.Stokers Lodge on the record consist of Chris Twomey on autoharp and concertina, Eoghan ? Riabhaigh on pipes and whistles, Johnny Murphy on harmonium and guitar and Mick Murphy on mandolin,guitar and vocals. ' Brian O? Connor, the Irish Press
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