Ember | Land Under Water

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Land Under Water

by Ember

Emily Williams and Rebecca Sullivan blend their strikingly different voices to great effect in these original folk songs, accompanied by sparkling guitar and lyrical violin: "simply beautiful, soul-stirring music."
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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2. Happy Are We
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3. Poppy Post-Mortem
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4. On the Path
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5. 38 Miles
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6. Moonsong
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7. Never Ask
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8. Galaxy
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9. Dragon
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10. Great Salt Lake
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11. Little Doggy
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12. Nancy No
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Ember is an exciting, young duo with a love of music and travel. Over the last five years they have journeyed and played in Spain, Ireland, Holland, Wales, Mexico and the Western U.S., often allowing the wind to blow them where it will, other times settling down for a few months to focus on crafting new tunes. The simple yet moving music grows up around the miraculous blending of two very different voices: that of Welsh songstress Emily Williams, who also soars through the mix with her violin, and sets up chunky rhythms with her nylon-strung, and that of Rebecca Sullivan of Utah, who fingerpicks a sparkling steel-strung, and breaks out the harmonica for a song or two.

Whenever possible, the duo call on Welsh cellist Emma Bryden, who brings depth to the music with her beautiful, moody strings.

"Musically this is the finished article -- justifying the whole folk movement."
Ian Davison, Lomond Folk Festival, July '05

"Multi-instrumental virtuosity. . ."
Noiseville, Summer '04

"Songs that stay in your head for days because of their melodic charm."
Oor Magazine, Netherlands, January '03

"Simply beautiful, soul-stirring music."
Tivy-Side, Wales, November '03

"Folk with a sexy makeover."
Noiseville Magazine, Wales, Summer '03

"an enchanting discovery . . .talented musicians"
Women In Tune festival newsletter, Wales, Autumn '03


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Imogen

Captivating & memorable
Beautiful, thoughtful, spirited songs painting delicious mental landscapes from exuberant irreverence to delicate emotional truth.

anon

really great - keep thinking of songs whilst working

Astrid van Ekelenburg


Althought I really do miss Nick, it is again your beautiful different voices together which make your music sound like the soul of angels.....

David Cartwright

A unique, evocative and compelling sound
Ember's sound on Land Under Water is unique, evocative varied and often compelling. A duo with real potential - give yourself a treat; buy and listen to the CD in full.

dave the philosophical forester

Absolutley brilliant
Absolutley brilliant , havnt stopped playing Land under water since xmas when i bought it except for when other family members keep borrowing it. These girls will hit the big time in the not too distant future.