A young fiddle player from Buncrana, Co. Donegal, Liz Doherty was a founding member of the group Nomos and now performs with the all-woman band the Bumblebees. She holds a PhD in music from University College, Cork, for which she researched the fiddle music of Cape Breton. While her Donegal roots are quite obvious in her playing on this solo album, her eclectic tastes and repertoire are also well in evidence. There is still a majority of Irish tunes on the album (although most of them are recent compositions), but Cape Breton, Scottish, English, and American tunes are in force. Doherty's main accompanist on the album is guitarist Ian Carr, known for his collaboration with Karen Tweed. His playing here is at times a bit raucous for my tastes. Still, impressive fiddling, foot-stomping music, and lots of obscure tunes for the repertoire hungry.