CD 'Eklektika' You had the blues last night? Rise up to the celtic morning and take a ride to the countryside, it wil cure you. Image of Wicklow, supplied by www.irishjewel.com
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For Bugs & B.B. our two 17yr old cats we lost earlier this year. Thanks to Steve Layman for this grand send-off.
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My offering for the March 2010 Coconut Blues Club Celtic Song Challenge. Thanks Judie for another fabby opportunity to create.... Thank you Kurty for your excellent final mastering.
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A song about the wedding of a Celtic princess, Special Thanks to Jude Law (AKA Ekaterina) for her beautiful piano and harp work. Final mastering by Tammy Swindell, Thank you Tammy.
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This song was recorded in a authentic Scottish environment as it was recorded in my apartment which is right under a grove of genuine Scottish Palm Trees. Although this studio is in Japan the Scottish flavour can be sensed in this picture!
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Coming from South Wales, and from the same town as Parry, I am sure I'm allowed to give this beautiful song a different angle. It was my Mother's name as well, so love it or hate it, I've done it my way.
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This song is from Keith Duke's album 'Sacred pathway' 'Building on the great success of Sacred Weave, the words and music in Sacred Pathway are rich and deeply moving ad of great simplicity. Sacred Pathway can lead you in a new direction, offer ne
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Sounds of the Ancient Aegyptana Black Irish in a mix of Celtic chants as the tribe of Dan does of the Dacians.
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A great Ballad. Here performed by Oats & Barley in a Church. Hence the acoustics.
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Comes a viking from the depths of ice and snow. A tale from my heritage. Also a beautiful vocal performance, by a wonderful singer and friend. Thank you.
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A song I wrote after visiting Edinburgh, Scotland once--a bit sentimental.
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Aimed at the (very few) Scots who look backwards rather than forwards and rather fancy themselves in another Jacobite rebellion!
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Scott Tennant's beautiful arrangement of the traditional Scottish tune.
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