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Exposed to the inventive treatments meted out to them, the old songs sound sweeter than ever. Gipsy Spirit finds The Fife crossing the J.S.D. Band's virtuosity with The Levellers keller instinct in one explosive package.
John O'Regan - Rock 'n' Reel Magazine
Rousing 'in yer face' versions of tested favourites like Raggle Taggle Gipsy and Real Old Mountain Dew, not forgetting a rattling rendition of The Irish Washerwoman with Sandy Brechin on the accordion. A lively, not to say rumbustuous set, for music lovers who don't mind a dash of Irish in their Scotch.
Alistair Maclean - The Scots Magazine
Vocally it's deep down there in the gravel pit and instrumentally they play heated as a night in a furnace. An ideal sound-track to a night on the town and just the ticket for flinging yourself about to in the 'wee sma hours'.
Simon Jones - Traditional Music Maker
If you like your music traditional but 'turbo-charged' with plenty of choruses and a good-time feel about it, this is an album for you.
Alan Brown - Comment Magazine

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