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Cave of Gold - Celtic Lullabies

Lynn Morrison

Scottish
Greentrax

Catalogue Number: CDTRAX212
Barcode: 5018081021222
Running Time: 64 mins.

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1Dream Angus5:30. £0.79
2Cradle Spell Of Dunvegan (Taladh An Leinibh Leoidi5:19. £0.79
3A Nighean Nan Geug Taladh (Lovely Young Girl)5:04. £0.79
4Hush Hush5:11. £0.79
5Dean Cadalan (Sleep Thou Awhile)3:53. £0.79
6The Bressay Lullaby5:11. £0.79
7Cave Of Gold (Uamh An Oir)4:20. £0.79
8Finn's Song3:01. £0.79
9Christ's Child Lullaby (Taladh Ar Slanair)3:27. £0.79
10Cronan4:13. £0.79
11The Silver Wood6:07. £0.79
12The Mermaid's Song (Oran Na Maighdinn Mhara)3:01. £0.79
13A Phiutrag's A Phiutar (Little Sister)9:55. £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.
A long-time member of 'Iron Horse' on her first solo outing - some spooky songs to cheer the kids up at bedtime.

Lineup

Lynn Morrison - Vocals, Fiddle, Guitar & Keyboards
with
Marc Duff - Whistles & Wind-synth
Gregor Lowrey - Accordion
Catriona McKay - Clarsach
Rod Paul - Mandolin, Guitars, Whistle & Percussion
Wendy Weatherby - Cello
Fraser Fifield - Pipes
Rick Bamford - Ringing Rocks

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