Julie Fowlis - Uam (From Me)

Julie Fowlis - Uam (From Me)

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This title is a Music Scotland All Time Bestseller.

Album Of The Year - MG Alba Scots Trad Music Awards 2010.

(October 2009) 13 tracks (50 mins): M' fhearann saidhbhir (My Land Is Rich) / Nellie Garvey's Favourite / 'G ioman nan gamhan 's mi muladach / Jerry's Pipe Jig * Bothan Airigh am Braigh Raithneach (A Sheiling On The Braes Of Rannoch) * Wind And Rain (featuring Eddi Reader) * Thig am Bata (The Boat Will Come) * A Chatrion' Og (Young Catherine) * He gradh, ho gradh (He Dear, Ho Dear) (featuring Mary Smith) * Co ni mire rium? (Who Will Flirt With Me?) / Trip To Galway * A' Chiad Cheum (The First Step) * Brogan ur agam a-nochd (I Have New Shoes Tonight) / The Cat And The Dog / Mu chuachag 's laghach thu * Rugadh mi 'teis meadhan na mara (I Was Born In The Midst Of The Sea) * Bodachan cha phos mi (I Shan't Marry An Old Man) (featuring Mary Smith) * A Mhic Dhughaill 'ic Ruairidh (Son Of Dougal, Son Of Ruairidh) * Ho bha mi, he bha mi (Ho I Was, He I Was).

The much-anticipated third album from Julie, 'Uam' means 'from me' in Scottish Gaelic. The album features songs and tunes, old and new, from across the Highlands, Islands and Ireland.

Highlights include duets with Scottish songstress Eddi Reader and renowned Gaelic singer Mary Smith.

Also featuring Julie's husband and album co-producer Éamon Doorley (bouzouki), Jerry Douglas (lap steel guitar), Phil Cunningham (piano, accordion), Sharon Shannon (button box), Ewen Vernal (bass), Michelle Fowlis (vocals), Duncan Chisholm (fiddle, vocals), Allan MacDonald (Highland bagpipes), Tom Doorley (flute), Tony Byrne (guitar, vocals), and Martin O'Neill (bodhran).

Guest musicians also include Phil Cunningham, Tom Doorley, Ewen Vernal, Allan MacDonald, Sharon Shannon, Jerry Douglas and Michelle Fowlis.

Booklet includes full song lyrics and translations.



"Has deserved her success because of her clear and thoughtful vocals, and she sticks to much the same formula on this new set... The songs are from the Hebrides, Perthshire, or North Uist, where she grew up, and range from gentle and exquisite ballads such as A Chatrion' Og to slinky, rhythmic songs traditionally sung by tweed workers... Impressive and varied." (The Guardian)


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