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Edel Murphy / Re: Motherland: Songs of 20th Century Women
« on: April 05, 2021, 07:34:48 PM »
Here's Edel hyping up the upcoming show:
https://youtu.be/pP8lcqfezPQ

17
Lynn Hilary / Irish songs album
« on: April 05, 2021, 05:43:57 PM »
Lynn says she has a new album of Irish songs releasing in a few weeks!

18
Eabha News / Re: Eabha's new CD is out for pre order
« on: March 31, 2021, 09:34:21 PM »
I received my pre-order CD copy.

Her album is absolutely amazing. It's definitely one of my top 3 solo albums ever, maybe #1. Every track is fantastic. Gavin Murphy's melodies and instrumentals are top notch and Eabha's a great songwriter.

Most of the tracks have a world pop sound, quite different than most of her Celtic Woman solos (more like Garden of Eden than anything else she performed in Celtic Woman). She excelled out of her comfort zone though. There's a variety of styles on the album and her voice works for all of them. There's lots of deep, epic percussion and they got the most out of basically every track.

What an awesome album!

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Celebration's on Tour / Re: 2021 Tour Postponed
« on: March 31, 2021, 09:15:30 PM »
Has there been any word if the Killarney Shows are still happening in August of this year. If they are, I hope there will be the option for ticketholders to view the concert online. Unfortunately given current circumstances (including vaccine rollout) it seems unlikely I'll be able to travel to Ireland this summer to watch :'(

We're not sure yet what will happen with the Killarney shows. We probably won't find out until a couple of months before the scheduled show date unless things take a dramatic turn for the better or worse before summer. There's basically 0% I'll be able to get vaccinated by August. I'd be surprised if they allowed entry into Ireland by August without proof of vaccination and/or a mandatory quarantine period. :(

20
calendar / Motherland (Edel) EP releases
« on: March 30, 2021, 05:21:03 PM »
Motherland EP releases on April 9.

More info in this topic:
http://www.celticwomanforum.net/index.php?topic=944.msg5553#msg5553

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Edel Murphy / Re: Motherland: Songs of 20th Century Women
« on: March 30, 2021, 05:18:38 PM »
The Motherland EP is available to preorder!

Available from Bandcamp in physical and digital format:
https://edelmurphy1.bandcamp.com/album/motherland-songs-of-20th-century-women-ep

If you buy on Bandcamp Friday (first Friday of each month for the time being), all proceeds that day go to the artists.

Track listing:

1. Motherland
2. Trouble In The Fields
3. Jolene
4. You Don't Own Me
5. No Frontiers

9th April - Full release on Bandcamp of downloads and CDs.
19th April - Release to Apple Music, Spotify, Amazon etc.

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Mairead Nesbitt / Re: Tim Janis's Celtic Heart: Album Writeup
« on: March 27, 2021, 09:40:49 PM »
Another album variant called Celtic Lands has released which includes tracks that are on neither the original Celtic Heart nor Time of the Trees CDs: Ever I Love You, Ocean Ledges, Ever Enchanted.

Track list of "Celtic Lands:"

1. Ever I Love You*
2. Merrily Kiss
3. Fall of the Great Forest
4. Ocean Ledges*
5. Celtic Heart
6. Western Realms
7. Danny Boy
8. Isle of Skye
9. She Moved Through the Fair
10. Kid on the Mountain (was called Kid Ar An Sliabh on Celtic Heart and Time of the Trees)
11. Beyond the Evening Star
12. Ever Enchanted*
13. The Ring of Brodgar
14. Light on the Sea
15. The Light of Highland Meadow
16. The Fairy Glen
17. Winter's Gate
18. The Ancient Woods
19. Through the Mountains
20. The Parting Glass

Three of the songs are from Tim Janis' previous albums and don't feature Máiréad Nesbitt or Lynn:
- "Ever I Love You" is lovely Tim Janis instrumental from his album "The Promise" (2005)
- Ocean Ledges is a pretty instrumental from "Flowers in October" (2003). It's also on "An Enchanted Evening" (2007) and "Morning Sunrise Vol 1" (2021).
- "Ever Enchanted" is a Tim Janis instrumental from Life Songs (2008)

Merrily Kiss (the Quaker) features Máiréad and a digitally inserted audience clapping along.

I do prefer the Celtic Heart album covers that Lynn and/or Máiréad on the cover.

23
Mairead Nesbitt / Re: Tim Janis's Celtic Heart: Album Writeup
« on: March 27, 2021, 08:32:52 PM »
Last year a variant of the Celtic Heart album called "Time of the Trees" released through PBS.

Original Celtic Heart CD:

1. Fall of the Great Forest
2. Isle of Skye
3. The White Forest
4. Western Realms
5. Mountain at the River*
6. Winter's Gate
7. The Ancient Woods
8. Fairy Glen
9. Shadow Glass*
10. Beyond the Evening Star
11. Spirit of the Trees*
12. Kid ar an Sliabh
13. Light on the Sea*
14. Hidden Forest*
15. Through the Mountains*
16. The Light of Highland Meadow*
17. The Ring of Brodgar*
18. Spirit Lake*
19. Celtic Heart

Time of the Trees CD

1. The Parting Glass*
2. Merrily Kiss the Quaker / Denis Murphy's Slide
3. Isle of Skye
4. Fall of the Great Forest
5. Kid Ar An Sliabh
6. Danny Boy*
7. The Butterfly*
8. Winter's Gate
9. Beyond the Evening Star
10. The White Forest
11. Oró Sé do Bheatha 'Bhaile / The Miller of Glanmire*
12. She Moved Through the Fair*
13. Fairy Glen
14. Western Realms
15. The Ancient Woods
16. Celtic Heart

Differences

The Time of the Trees CD drops 9 tracks that were on the original CD, including my favourite, Hidden Forest:

- Mountain at the River
- Shadow Glass
- Spirit of the Trees
- Light on the Sea
- Hidden Forest
- Through the Mountains
- The Light of Highland Meadow
- The Ring of Brodgar
- Spirit Lake

It has 6 tracks that weren't on the original CD:

- The Parting Glass
- Merrily Kiss the Quaker / Denis Murphy's Slide
- Danny Boy
- The Butterfly
- Oró Sé do Bheatha 'Bhaile / The Miller of Glanmire
- She Moved Through the Fair

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Mairead Nesbitt / Re: Celtic Heart: PBS Special and DVD (writeup)
« on: March 27, 2021, 08:18:42 PM »
I thought I posted this months ago, but I guess not.

Essentially, the "Time of the Trees" DVD has 6 new tracks in the form of music videos (shot separately from the content on the original DVD) at the cost of 6 of the tracks on some of the original DVD and with some slightly different ordering.

Regular "Celtic Heart" DVD:

1. Fairy Glen
2. Isle of Skye
3. The White Forest
4. Winter's Gate
5. Fall of the Great Forest
6. The Ancient Woods
7. Through the Mountains*
8. Hidden Forest*
9. Mountain at the River*
10. Shadow Glass*
11. Kid ar an Sliabh
12. The Light of the Highland Meadow*
13. Western Realms
14. Beyond the Evening Star
15. Spirit Lake*
16. Celtic Heart
Bonus:
- The Ring of Brodgar
- Spirit of the Trees
- Light on the Sea
- Cast interviews with Jim Masters

Time of the Trees DVD

1. The Parting Glass (Lynn and Máiréad Nesbitt)*
2. Merrily Kiss the Quaker / Denis Murphy's Slide (Mairead Nesbitt)*
3. Isle of Skye
4. Fall of the Great Forest
5. Kid ar an Sliabh
6. Danny Boy (Máiréad Nesbitt)*
7. The Butterfly (Máiréad Nesbitt)*
8. Winter's Gate
9. Beyond the Evening Star
10. The White Forest
11. Oró Sé do Bheatha 'Bhaile / The Miller of Glanmire (Máiréad Nesbitt)*
12. She Moved Through the Fair (Lynn + Máiréad Nesbitt)*
13. Fairy Glen
14. Western Realms
15. The Ancient Woods
16. Celtic Heart
Bonus:
- The Ring of Brodgar
- Spirit of the Trees
- Light on the Sea
- Cast interviews with Jim Masters

Tracks on Celtic Heart but not Time of the Trees DVD:
- Through the Mountains
- Hidden Forest (that's a bit of a travesty it was removed from Time of the Trees ... it was my favourite)
- Mountain at the River
- Shadow Glass
- The Light of the Highland Meadow
- Spirit Lake

Tracks added on Time of the Trees DVD:
- The Parting Glass
- Merrily Kiss the Quaker / Denis Murphy's Slide
- Danny Boy
- The Butterfly (my new favourite version)
- Oró Sé do Bheatha 'Bhaile / The Miller of Glanmire
- She Moved Through the Fair

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Celebration: The 15th Anniversary Tour / Re: DVD Preorder!!!
« on: March 27, 2021, 06:49:33 PM »
Has anyone received their copy of the DVD yet? I ordered back in the beginning of February and have not received a shipping email saying order is on the way.

I received my Celebration DVD from the Celtic Woman site a while ago.

26
Lisa Kelly / Lisa Kelly Voice Academy Summer Camps
« on: March 24, 2021, 06:59:58 PM »
The Lisa Kelly Voice Academy is offering summer camps this year.

These are for professional voice coaching, acting and performance.

All classes taught by industry professionals from TV, film, and stage.

Limited places in each camp.

June 14-18, 2021
July 19-23, 2021

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Chloe Agnew / Re: March 28th show
« on: March 23, 2021, 09:29:57 PM »
I'll be watching online. The border is closed to non-essential travel and unfortunately I'm on meds that wouldn't make it safe to travel anywhere even if there wasn't a pandemic.

28
Lisa Kelly / Lisa Kelly Beginners Workshops
« on: March 22, 2021, 09:23:12 PM »
Lisa Kelly is offering beginners workshops for those interested in singing / performance.

Facebook post source:
https://www.facebook.com/lisakellysings/posts/287912746030306

Quote
I’m so excited to offer a BEGINNERS workshop. This class is for ANYONE from any part of the world who just wants to understand the basics of singing or just even ask questions about singing. I promise, it won’t be scary or intimidating and as this is the FIRST one of many, I hope, we will all be in this together.
Get yourself started with the basics. Fun, entertaining and EASY Sunday fun.
Sunday March 28th    10am-12pm EST
Zoom link will be sent the morning of class.
For further information please email [Lisa]
thelisakellyvoiceacademy @ gmail.com

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Other Musicians / Re: Celtic Thunder News
« on: March 12, 2021, 11:34:13 PM »
Celtic Thunder released a compilation album called "Homeland" this week. It's got a lot of great songs, making it great entry-level album.

Some of my favourites are are Take Me Home, The Wild Rover, Castle On the Hill, Rise Again, and Ireland's Call, but all the songs are good.

"The Very Best of Celtic Thunder" is about 6 years old already, but it's also a great collection of their music.

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Mairead Nesbitt / Re: JTV Jewlery line
« on: March 07, 2021, 04:42:58 PM »
Here's a link to Mairead's page page on JTV:
https://www.jtv.com/category/jewelry/mairead-nesbitt-jewelry/_/N-3744611682?mcid=XSOFBLive003971

It looks like some really gorgeous pieces.

Her new collection appears on JTV on March 10 at 6 PM EST.

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