Ashley Davis | Songs of the Celtic Winter

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Songs of the Celtic Winter

by Ashley Davis

Genre: World: Celtic
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1. Nollaig Moon
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4:19 album only
2. Banquet
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3:20 album only
3. Fare Thee Well (Feat. Joanie Madden)
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4:28 album only
4. Fuacht
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4:03 album only
5. Wild Mountainside
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3:25 album only
6. Winter Jig
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2:22 album only
7. This Now I Heard
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3:46 album only
8. The Silence of Snow
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4:49 album only
9. These Winter Days
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4:05 album only
10. To Drive the Cold Winter Away
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4:05 album only
11. Auld Lang Syne
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4:14 album only



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You should really get it
You have to listen to this voice. So wonderfully mingling with the instruments. The carols get a new winter suit but the arrangements remain fabulous. The new compositions are soothing to the soul. The new compositions are wonderful too. The Breton tune with the Irish poem (sung on Fuacht) is lifting. In fact, all songs are wonderful. If you want to get a different yet traditional (or traditional yet different) Christmas CD that you want to be sure you'll like, get this one.

Bob Harvey

Ashley will take you directly to the warmth of a hearth with this album. You can close your eyes and be wonderfully wisked to a land far away. What beautiful music.

Genevieve Conaty

The best thing about winter...
I love so many moments on this album, including the first moments of the opening track "Nollaig Moon" (especially when Ashley's voice first comes in), the mandola solo on "To Drive the Cold Winter Away," and the feeling of open space created by "Winter Jig." Beautiful!