This title is a Music Scotland All Time Bestseller.

Album Of The Year winner at the Scots Trad Music Awards 2012

(August 2012) 14 tracks: Teanga Binn Mo Mhathair * Fhir An Leadain Thlaith * Thugainn A Bhlarag * Horo Illean * Tha Sneachd' Air Druim Uachdair * Gur Milis Morag * Comunn Uibhist's Bharraigh * Alasdair Oig 'Ic 'Ic Neacail / Latha Siubhal Beinne Dhomh * Fear A Chota Ruaidh * Shios An Taigh An Toraidh * Oran An t-Saighdeir Ghaidhealaich * Faca Tu'n Coileach? * Oran A 'Phrionnsa * A' Ghrian.

An eagerly awaited second album from Kathleen showcasing her superb and unique vocal style with excellent accompaniments.

A native of South Uist, Kathleen performs primarily in Scottish Gaelic. The title Cille Bhride is a township of South Uist in the Hebrides. It also translates to Kilbride or Church of St Bride.

The extensive full colour booklet has Gaelic lyrics with potted history of the songs and English translations.

After hearing her distinctive thoaty voice, Ridley Scott asked Kathleen to feature on the soundtrack of his film Robin Hood in 2010.

Scots Traditional Music Award Gaelic singer of the Year 2006.

Laoise Kelly (clarsach), Iain MacDonald (whistle, flute), Andy Seward (bass), John McCusker (fiddle), Michael McGoldrick (uillean pipes, flute), Donald Hay (percussion), Iain MacFarlane (button box), Ross Martin (guitar), Donald Shaw (organ), Neil Johnstone (cello), Rick Taylor (trombone, brass), Cathy Ann MacPhee (vocals), Sineag MacIntyre (vocals), Bela Fleck (banjo), Allan Henderson (piano), Eamon Doorley (bouzouki), Angus Lyon (accordion), Anna Wendy Stevenson (fiddle).

"She has unique vocal colour and an ability to breathe dramatic life into her songs." Norman Chalmers.

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