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Paul Mounsey

Scottish
Iona Records

Released: 1994
Catalogue Number: IRCD029
Barcode: 5014818002922
Running Time: 51 mins.

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1Passing Away5:16. £0.79
2Alba5:15. £0.79
3Robert Campbell's Lament3:06. £0.79
4Journeyman3:48. £0.79
5Dalmore3:58. £0.79
6Stranger in a Strange Land6:19. £0.79
7As Terras Baixas Da Holanda3:44. £0.79
8From Ebb to Flood6:02. £0.79
9I Will Go4:37. £0.79
10My Faithful Fond One4:49. £0.79
11Illusion4:54. £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.
Based in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Paul created the base of this from samples from the only half-dozen Scotish albums available to him.A Masterpiece of creation it has influenced many of his contemporaries to take their music a bit further into the modern technologies available to them.Heavily used in TV & Film.World Music Charts Top Ten.

Lineup

Paul Mounsey - Keyboards, Vocals, Whistle, Programming.
Lollo Andersson - Guitars, Bass, Vocals.
Jose Ramos de Oliveira - Percussion.
Maria Ester Brandao & Koiti Watanabe - Violins
Horacio Schaefer - Viola
Ana Amelia Guimares - Vocals
Dorinha Mounsey - Recitation.

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