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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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.
#2 today (Sub-genre)
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!
#3 today (Sub-genre)
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.
#4 today (Sub-genre)
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.
#5 today (Sub-genre)
From the Book/CD "The Celtic Gig Book for Mandolin." This is a terrific book for players with nineteen great pieces. Guitar accompaniments are also available.
#7 today (Sub-genre)
Scott Tennant's beautiful arrangement of the traditional Scottish tune.
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From the poem "Aros Maer Mynyddau Mawr" (Still the mighty mountains stand) by poet John Ceiriog Hughes (1832-1887), beloved poet of Wales.
#13 today (Sub-genre)
Sounds of the Ancient Aegyptana Black Irish in a mix of Celtic chants as the tribe of Dan does of the Dacians.
#14 today (Sub-genre)
Rousing tribute to the early 19th century Canadian firebrand reformer, who for a time was forced into US exile before Britain finally granted responsible democratic government.
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