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Traiveller's Joy

Emily Smith

Scottish
White Fall Records

Released: 1st March 2011
Catalogue Number: WFRCD004
Barcode: 5060099430039
Running Time: 50 mins.

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Another relatively new voice that is getting 'rave reviews' & with some very tasty production. Opens here on a moody opening track, full of atmosphere. Maybe a good soundtrack to a movie.
Emily's reputation is growing with every album and this one will add to that.
A pleasant but interesting listen.

1) Traiveller's Joy
2) Take You Home
3) Dreams & Lullabies
4) Sweet Love of Mine
5) Still We Dance On
6) Butterfly
7) Waltzings For Dreamers
8) Roll On Lovely Doon
9) Gypsy Davy
10) Lord Donald
11) Somewhere Along the Road
12) What A Voice
Another relatively new voice that is getting 'rave reviews' & with some very tasty production. Opens here on a moody opening track, full of atmosphere. Maybe a good soundtrack to a movie.
Emily's reputation is growing with every album and this one will add to that.
A pleasant but interesting listen.

Lineup

Emily Smith - Vocals, Piano & Accordion
Alan Doherty - Flutes & Whistles
Stuart Duncan - Fiddle, Mandolin & trings
James Fagan - Bouzouki
Signy Jakobsdottir - Drums & Percussion
Duncan Lyall - Bass
Jamie McClennan - Guitar, Fiddle, Strings & B/vocals

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