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9 Comments to Nach Till Thu Dhòmhnaill? - Mary Jane Lamond - Làn Dùil (CD, Album)

  1. Moogugor says:
    Tracks of Disc 1; $ on iTunes 1. Mà iri Bhà n Dhail an Eas (Fair Mary from Dalness) $ on iTunes 2. Ã'ran Luaidh (A Milling Song from Lachie Dan N. MacLellan); $ on iTunes 3. O Nighean Donn Nan Gobhar (O Brown Haired Maiden of the Goats).
  2. Akijin says:
    “Làn Dùil” is the musical voice of Mary Jane Lamond. A dulcet but esoteric singing means of communicating by the use of Gaelic beauty, which presents to the listener that mysterious but mellifluous cognitive process, of the ability of music to interpret any language into universal song.
  3. Kesho says:
    Private graveside services for Mary Jane Dolan, age , were held August 3, at Concord Cemetery. Mary Jane was born August 23, in Van Meter, .
  4. Maukora says:
    Though her initial leap into fame came with the release of Ashley MacIssac's hit song, "Sleepy Maggie," on which she provided vocals in Scottish Gaelic, Mary Jane Lamond had been immersing herself in the music of her grandparents for quite some time. Her own first album, Bho ThirNana Craobh (From the Land of the Trees) was released in the same year (), and was the result of research that.
  5. Moogull says:
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Mary Jane Lamond - Làn Dùil at Discogs. Complete your Mary Jane Lamond collection. Nach Till Thu Dhòmhnaill? Seallaibh Curraigh Eòghainn Làn Dùil ‎ (CD, Album) Wicklow, BMG Classics: US: Sell This Version: Mary Jane Lamond: Làn /5(5).
  6. Ninos says:
    Mary Jane Lamond's second album, Lan Duil, more than measures up to her stunning U.S. debut Suas e! and features Lamond's vibrant and thrilling voice and meticulous arrangements of mostly traditional Cape Breton material. If you've hear the Chieftains' Fire in the Kitchen album, then you've heard the first track on Lan Duil, "A Mhairi Bhoidheach (Beautiful Mary).".
  7. Shakarr says:
    Mary Jane Lamond, Soundtrack: Black Swan. Check out our editors' picks to get the lowdown on the movies and shows we're looking forward to this month.
  8. Daimuro says:
    I don't have a drop of celtic blood in me, but I'm impressed by the voice of Mary Jane Lamond. She has a certain folk song quality, but the gaelic language gives her music a far away sound from a different culture. I especially like song number 5 on this CD whose title I /5(3).
  9. Vurn says:
    See a detailed Mary Jane Lamond timeline, with an inside look at her albums, awards & more through the years.

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