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It's a New Day

New Celeste

Scottish
Iona Records

Released: 1996
Catalogue Number: IRCD033
Barcode: 5014818003325
Running Time: 52 mins.

CD£7.58 Buy Now In Stock. Dispatched tomorrow.
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1The Banks of Ayr5:42. £0.79
2Stumlin' & Stottin'3:44. £0.00
3The Lasher1:47. £0.79
4The Posie/Scottish Brawl5:32. £0.79
5Reconnected4:06. £0.79
6It's a New Day4:50. £0.79
770 Years/The Caber5:59. £0.79
8Polkadotty4:15. £0.79
9Davie and Jeannie4:04. £0.79
10Dance of los2:44. £0.79
11The Randan3:15. £0.79
12Prove Yourself, Yourself7:34. £0.79

High Quality AudioThe tracks on this album are available as both standard 192k mp3 files, high quality 320k mp3 files and CD quality FLAC files. The price is the same for all formats. You can choose your format after you pay and are ready to download.
Way into their third decade as a working/touring folk group (though not as much now as in the 70's) New Celeste have quietly created something of a cult following as much for their personnel as the music, which even now adds to the folk music genre as they did way back at the start.

Lineup

Iain Fergus - Vocals, Acoustic Guitar
Steve Reid - Guitars, Bouzouki, Keyboards, Sequencing&Sampling
Rod Dorothy - Violin
Willie Logan - Guitars, Keyboards
Jerry Soffe - Bass
Iain Copeland - Drums, Percussion
plus -
Charlie McKerron, Fred Morrison, Brendan Ring & Jim Sutherland.

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