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Paul McCallum - Ceol a' Ghlinne (Music of the Glen): This is a lovely album. Paul has a pure tenor voice and his choice of songs show its richness to perfection. The album is mainly Gaelic song and opens with the gorgeous An t-Eilean Muileach. There's a set featuring accordionist John Carmichael also a few songs in English sprinkled throughout including Rose of Tralee which is reminiscent of the much admired tenor Count John McCormack.
Norman MacLean writes in the sleeve-notes to the CD",,,,with this CD I think Paul has cracked it. his choice of material is inspired..."
|Title:||Ceo'l a' Ghlinne|
|Name:||Paul A McCallum|
|Review:||A great recording of Gaelic songs & Paul has a wonderful voice. It is a first class cd even to a sassenach like me.|
|1/1||An t-eilean Muileach|
|1/2||Uibhist mo ghraidh|
|1/3||Togail curs air Leodhas|
|1/5||Rose of Tralee|
|1/6||O ho ro mo chailin donn|
|1/7||Mo chailin dileas donn|
|1/10||Ye Banks and Braes|
|1/11||A Mhairi dhonn is toigh leam thu|
|1/12||An Gaidheal a-fagail a Dhuthcha|
|1/13||Muile nan tuar bheann mor|
|Deliver to:||United Kingdom|