Julie Fowlis - Gach Sgeul (Every Story)

Julie Fowlis - Gach Sgeul (Every Story)

format: CD   |   ref: MACH003   |   released: February 2014   |   condition: new

14.16 UK & EU
11.80 USA & Rest Of World

Despatch next working day.

COVID19 Coronavirus***Update***Please note our online ordering and postal despatch are still in operation despite the ongoing situation. Should there be any delay in despatch of your order we will notify you directly by e-mail, for delivery information please check Royal Mail service updates - delivery delays. Read about UK & International delivery charges & times.

This title is a Music Scotland All Time Bestseller.

11 Tracks: A Ghaoil, Leig Dhachaigh Gum (Love, Let Me Home To My Mother) * Danns' a Luideagan Odhar (Dance Dun-Coloured) * An Roghain Dain Do Eimhir XXII (The Choice) * Smeorach Chlann Domhnaill (The Mavis of Clan Donald) * Do Chalum (To Calum) * Cadal Ciarach Mo Luran (Sleep Well My Beloved) * Puirt-A-Beul Set Ribinnean Riomhach (Beautiful Ribbons) * Oran Fir Heisgeir (Gura Mis’ Tha Fo Mhighean (The Song of Fear Heisgeir) * Siud Thu ‘Ille Ruaidh Ghallain (There You Go, Handsome Red-Haired Youth) * Puirt-A-Beul Set: Fodor Dha Na Gamhna Beaga (Fodder For The Small Stirks) * An Ron (The Seal)/ Ann An Caolas Od Odram (In The Narrow Of Od Odram) *

A fourth studio album from North Uist Gaelic singer Julie, with a host of top guest musicians from Scotland, Ireland and further afield.

Brought up on North Uist in Scotland's Outer Hebrides, Julie has been a proud standard bearer for Gaelic music and culture over the course of a solo career which has spanned over ten years.

This much anticipated album 'Gach sgeul' meaning 'Every story' is well worth the wait!

A superb album of Gaelic songs, mostly from Julie's North Uist, selected with care and enhanced with beautiful arrangements.

Includes a colour booklet with Gaelic words, English translation and background notes to the songs.

"Traditional songs, words and stories are what inspired the music this record contains. I am fortunate to come from a place where telling tales, sharing stories and singing songs are not only a national pastime, but rather signposts showing us where, and who, we have come from. They help shape our identity and give us a sense of beloning. They make us laugh, move us to tears, and give us moral guidance." Julie Fowlis.

"Julie Fowlis could be the first Scottish Gaelic crossover star in the making." (Daily Telegraph)

You Viewed