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Songs of Separation

“Songs of Separation” isn’t really about separation, admits  project creator Jenny Hill in the liner notes to this feast of female folk artists, explaining that it really looks across borders “to remind us that we’re all so much more connected than we seem.” 335 more words

Derek Walker

On Mawkin, All Over the Place

“Essentially, this album’s [The Ties That Bind] only preconceived purpose was to simply let you have fun while trying your damnedest to find some deeper meaning. 503 more words

Eliza Carthy

I’m off work trying to recover from this virus and grab a bit of sleep but the phone, front door and email notifications have been going all day. 37 more words

Inspirational Music

Our Daily Bread 197: 'Songs Of Separation'

ALBUM  REVIEW

Songs of Separation Collective   ‘Songs Of Separation’   (Navigator Records)

This folk record is a bright collection of whispers sang from ten women, most of them defined by a strong Celtic identity in their style. 294 more words

Ayfer Simms

Songs of Separation. Navigator Records

Aside from being an excellent platform for a multitude of musicians to descend on Glasgow in the dark winter nights Celtic Connections has a reputation for commissioning or being a focal point for unique events; collaborations, celebrations, tributes, meetings of minds and songs. 559 more words

Reviews

Album review: "Songs of Separation"

‘Songs of Separation’ is a superlative and essential record, from its initial concept through to the final result; it’s a huge accomplishment by anybody’s standards and all involved have every right to feel justifiably proud of their achievement. 2,884 more words

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