CD

CD category info to come
  • Calum Martin - Imrich

    Calum Martin - Imrich

    This album is dedicated to all those brave souls who were forced to leave their native land and set sail for a new life in Canada never to return.

    £12.00

    £12.00

  • Calum Ross - Mu Dheireadh Thall

    Calum Ross - Mu Dheireadh Thall

    Calum Ross - Mu Dheireadh Thall / At Long Last

    £12.00

    £12.00

  • Capercaillie - At the Heart of It All

    Capercaillie - At the Heart of It All

    Capercaille - At the Heart of It All

    £12.00

  • Catherine-Ann MacPhee

    Catherine-Ann MacPhee

    Chi mi 'n Geamhradh

    £12.00

    £12.00

  • Christine Primrose - 'S Tu Nam Chuimhne

    Christine Primrose - 'S Tu Nam Chuimhne

    Originally released in 1987, 'S tu nam chuimhne was a work of both consolidation and expansion for Christine Primrose. Her first album, 1982's Aite Mo Ghaoil, had laid the path for an eventual flood of recordings by a whole new generation of Gaelic singers. With this second album, as well as adding to her formidable solo singing canon, Christine sings in tandem with her Temple labelmates, Battlefield Band members Alan Reid  on keyboards, Brian McNeill on fiddle and guitar. Dougie Pincock on bagpipes and whistle, and Duncan MacGillivary on mouth organ. Other tracks see Christine performing with jazz musicians, saxophonist Dick Lee and trumpeter Donald Corbett, and with her friend, harper Alison Kinnaird - a musical relationship which continues in Gaelic "supergroup" Mac-talla. Robin Morton's production is evident by not being obvious. As always, he seeks and achieves the best from the musicians and their music. Production rather than intervention. This variety of settings reinforces the strength and honesty os Christine's singing. It confirms her ability to convey the meaning of a song through any language barriers. And, most of all, it showcases the tremendius depth of emotion that Christine brings - as all great singers do - to a performance. In her taut, true phrasing Christine has always reminded me of blues singers such as Mabel Hillary and Victoria Spivey. The connection between Lewis and Louisiana may sound fanciful but if there is such a phenomenon as indegenous Scottish Blues, then this is it. - Rob Adams, March 1995

    £12.00

    £12.00

  • Christine Primrose - Aite Mo Ghaoil

    Christine Primrose - Aite Mo Ghaoil

    On this album, Christine is joined by other musicians, many of them friends, who were already immersed and sympathetic to traditional music. Not only did her beautiful voice and flawless traditional style bring her recognition as a leading Gaelic singer, but the album broke down many barriers and widened the audience for Gaelic song on both national and international level. In retrospect this is an album that broke the mould. This was the fore-runner to a whole new generation of recordings by young Gaelic artists who, following Christine's example, found freedom to express themselves in a "modern" way that owed everything to the past.

    £12.00

  • Christine Primrose - Gun Sireadh, Gun Iarraidh

    Christine Primrose - Gun Sireadh, Gun Iarraidh

    Gun Sireadh, Gun Iarraidh (Without Seeking, Without Asking) le Christine Primrose

    £12.00

    £12.00

  • Christine Primrose- Gràdh is Gonadh, Guth ag aithris

    Christine Primrose- Gràdh is Gonadh, Guth ag aithris

    "This CD is a masterpiece. A major part of its virtue is that it gives us an hour of pure, unaccompanied Gaelic singing. The voice and the words are everything, and Christine Primrose delivers them to us here with depth and poignancy as well as grace and clarity. Nothing is over-dramatised: the words of every song are given space to speak the dignity of their own existence. "She gives a beautiful rendition of 'This an Smeòrach as t-Earrach' which I think will become the classic version of that great song, and a gorgeously haunting version of 'O mo cheist am Fear Bàn'. These and all the songs on this CD have not just a wonderful clarity of diction but a clarity of emotion- here is a true singer of Seann Nòs, who keeps true to the song. "Unaccompanied singing is a vulnerable art that takes courage as well as technique. Christine delivers that great art here without any striving after effect, but with a maturity that is both moving and impressive. Some say that seann nòs singing is especially recognised by its grace notes. Every song here is a note of grace. - Aonghas Padraig Caimbeul, Isle of Skye

    £12.00

  • Clannad - Fuaim

    Clannad - Fuaim

    Fuaim le Clannad

    £12.00

    £12.00

  • Còisir Ghàidhlig an Eilein Mhuilich - Ar Smaointean

    Còisir Ghàidhlig an Eilein Mhuilich - Ar Smaointean

    Còisir Ghàidhlig an Eilein Mhuilich - Ar Smaointean

    £12.00

    £12.00

  • Còisir Ghàidhlig Ìle

    Còisir Ghàidhlig Ìle

    Sruth air a' Charraig- Còisir Ghàidhlig Ìle

    £12.00

    £12.00

  • Comhlan Luadh Bhaideanach - Fo Sgaile Creag Dubh

    Comhlan Luadh Bhaideanach - Fo Sgaile Creag Dubh

    There are 10 members in the group - seven who are learning Gaelic. In this CD, they have picked out a selection of songs they enjoy singing.

    £12.00

3
More
Top