- Released: April 27, 1993
- Label: Taylor Park
- 2.Baron O' Brackley
- 3.On Castle Rock
- 4.Lough Erne's Shore
- 5.Jack of Diamonds
- 7.Air for Mary Tipton
- 8.O'er the Hills and Far Away
- 10.Rosemary's Sister
Personnel: Connie Dover (vocals); Phil Cunningham (acoustic guitar, cittern, whistles, accordion, keyboards, percussion); Manus Lunny (guitar, bouzouki, background vocals); Aly Bain (fiddle); Christy O'Leary (Uilleann pipes, whistle); Gary West (Cauld wind pipes); Neil Hay (bass); Marcos Watt (snare drums).
Recorded at Rel Studios, Edinburgh, Scotland.
Personnel: Connie Dover (vocals); Phil Cunningham (whistling, acoustic guitar, cittern, accordion, keyboards, percussion); Christy O'Leary (whistling, pipe, Uilleann pipe); Manus Lunny (guitar, bouzouki); John and Phil Cunningham (guitar, cittern, accordion, keyboards, percussion); Aly Bain (fiddle); Gary West (pipe); Neil Hay (fretless bass); Marcos Watt (drums, snare drum).
Recording information: REL Studios, Edinburgh, Scotlan.
Photographer: Gehrig Fry.
Translator: Timothy Shoen.
Unknown Contributor Role: Manus Lunny.
Arrangers: Connie Dover; Phil Cunningham.
A triumphant solo debut, Somebody features a backing band made up of members of Silly Wizard, Capercaillie, and The Boys of the Lough. Dover treats traditional Scottish, Irish and American material along with medieval and contemporary songs. It's one of the most impressive albums of this sort to come from America. ~ Steve Winick