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Christine Primrose - Aite Mo Ghaoil


Tracklist


1Strath Ban
2Calum Sgaire
3Ceann Loch An Duin
4Coille An Fhasaich
5Nan Tigheadh Tu Idir
6'Nuair A Chi Thu Caileag Bhoidheach
7Nan Ceadaicheadh An Tide Dhomh
8'Si Morag 'Si Morag / Baintighearna Stiubhart / Fear An Dun Mor
9Curstaidh Brus
10Duanag A Chiobair
11Greas Ort Dhachaidh A Dh'Eilean A'Fhraoich
12Comunn Uibhist 'S Bharraidh
13Carlobhagh

Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
TP006Christine Primrose Aite Mo Ghaoil ‎(LP, Album)Temple Records TP006UK1981

Credits


  • ProducerRobin Morton
  • Recorded ByRobin Morton
  • SleeveJim Hutcheson
  • Sleeve NotesChristine Primrose, Robin Morton

Notes


UK release by Gaelic singer Christine Primrose.

Also available with tan labels, see: Christine Primrose - Aite Mo Ghaoil

Barcodes


  • Matrix / Runout (Side A etched): TP006A, IG E
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B etched): TP006B, IG E

Companies


  • Copyright (c) – Temple Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Temple Records

Info


Aite Mo Ghaoil. Christine Primrose. eMU : Used: Very Good. UK release from 1981. Folk music LP release from Christine Primrose. Classic Scottish Gaelic Folk music LP. Album 1993 15 Songs. Aite Mo Ghaoil Christine Primrose. Her first album, 'Àite mo Ghaoil', Place of My Heartwas released on Temple Records in 1982 - at a time when traditional Gaelic singing was not widely known or appreciated - and this recording broke many barriers, becoming in retrospect, an album that redefined perceptions of Primrose MBE Scottish Gaelic: Cairistìona Primrose born 1950 is a Gaelic singer and music teacher. She was born in Carloway, Lewis, but she currently lives on the Isle of Skye. She won a gold medal in sean-nós at the Royal National Mòd in 1974 and an award at the 1978 Pan Celtic Festival, and, as was not common at the time, she took a degree in traditional Gaelic. December 14, 2008. 0 out of 5 stars 1 rating. Exclusive Prime pricing. An excellent set of Gaelic songs, softer traditional material made with the help of the Battlefield Band's Robin Morton. Primrose, a native of the Scottish Hebrides, has a lovely voice and, as the liner notes point out, her style of reflective balladry was quite out of fashion at the time this album was originally released. One of my favorite albums in the Temple catalog. recommended . SingerSongwriter 1993. Ceann Loch an Duin At the Head of Loch an Duin

Christine Primrose - Aite Mo Ghaoil
Performer: Christine Primrose
Genre: World
Title: Aite Mo Ghaoil
Country: UK
Released: 1981
Style: Folk, Celtic
MP3 album: 2213 mb
FLAC album: 1048 mb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 396
Source: Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo
№ Cat: TP006
Label: Temple Records