Celebrating 21 years of this excellent Sligo band with a live CD and a high-quality bonus DVD, this release shows why Dervish enjoy such enduring popularity. From festival stage to studio floor, Eurovision exposure to webcast innovation, Dervish have covered the world in their two decades of music. The line-up has been pretty steady throughout: Michael Holmes and Brian McDonagh on fretted strings, Shane Mitchell on button box, Tom Morrow on fiddle, Liam Kelly on flute, and the indescribable Cathy Jordan playing a triple role as singer, percussionist and raconteuse extraordinaire. One of the things I most admire about Dervish is that they have not become a backing band for Cathy's vocals: there are eight sets of great tunes on this album, and only six songs. That makes fourteen tracks, plus eight amusing and informative introductions to some of these selections. The bonus DVD is more biased towards songs, more focused on Cathy as an iconic performer, but there are still plenty of good tunes.