Shopping Cart
The Path of Stones
Fans of Irish music need no introduction to John Doyle. He is one of the most influential musicians in the genre today and, on his new release THE PATH OF STONES, he solidifies his place in the pantheon of Irish greats as a masterful composer and vocalist as well as one of the genre’s most emulated players. All 11 tracks on the album were penned by Doyle and the resulting set of songs and tunes is both musically engaging and technically mesmerizing. He is joined on this outing by special guests Rick Epping, Cathy Jordan, John McCusker, Mike McGoldrick, and Duncan Wickel.

"The musicianship sparkles." —Popmatters

"'The Path of Stones’ has delighted me on so many levels, none more so than, while nominally a solo album, it nevertheless continues John’s habit of collaboration with the very best Irish and American musicians." —Folk Radio UK

"… mesmerizing guitar work and riveting lyrical storytelling." —Folk Alley

"John Doyle is regarded as one of the best Irish guitarists but even that accolade sells him way short. Doyle is a singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist as well." —Glide Magazine

"Though he’s considered an ace rhythm guitarist, the southpaw can definitely pick some melodies and solos. Whether it’s spirited reels and slip jigs or the dreamy 'Lady Wynde,' this is music as pure and crisp as a still, chilly pond. If you’ve never checked out traditional Irish music, or revivalists in the case of Planxty, the Chieftains, and Doyle, you don’t know what you’re missing." —Dan Forte, Vintage Guitar

The Path of Stones

John Doyle

MP3/320 $10.00
FLAC $12.00
WAV $12.00
WAV-HD $17.00
CD $15.00

Track Listing

The Rambler from Clare (Song)
Elevenses (Tune)
Lady Wynde (Song)
Coolaney Reel / The Winding Stair / Rossagh’s Rambles (Reels)
The Path of Stones (Song)
Sing Merrily to Me (Song)
Naoise Nolan’s / An Slabhra Nóiníní (Jigs)
Her Long Hair Flowing Down (Song)
Teelin Harbour (Song)
Knock a Chroí (Air) / Beltra Fair (Jig) / Aughris Head (Slip jig)