Loreena McKennitt | To Drive The Cold Winter Away

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To Drive The Cold Winter Away

by Loreena McKennitt

Internationally reknowned artist, Loreena McKennitt, one of the most influential celtic/new age artists of contemporary music.
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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1. In Praise Of Christmas
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2. The Seasons
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3. The King
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4. Banquet Hall
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5. Snow
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6. Balulalow
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7. Let Us The Infant Greet
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8. The Wexford Carol
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9. The Stockford Carol
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10. Let All That Are To Mirth Inclined
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Album Notes
Canadian singer/composer Loreena McKennitt is self-managed, self-produced, and the head of her own internationally successful record label, Quinlan Road. In a recording career spanning nearly two decades, McKennitt's "eclectic Celtic" music has won critical acclaim worldwide and gold, platinum and multi-platinum sales awards in fifteen countries across four continents.

Born in the province of Manitoba, Canada, Loreena moved to Stratford, Ontario, Canada in 1981, where she still resides. She has acted and sung in, and composed music for, Stratford Festival of Canada productions ranging from The Tempest (1982) to The Merchant Of Venice (2001).

Her recording career began in 1985 with the album Elemental. In the fledgling years of her label Quinlan Road, Loreena ran its operations from her kitchen table, selling recordings by mail order and producing her own concert tours across the country. Quinlan Road's catalogue is currently distributed around the world by Verve (US), Universal Music (Canada and other territories including Italy and Spain) and a number of independents including Keltia Music (France) and SPV (Germany).


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Jenny Bailey

I love this cd--it is so peaceful. McKennitt's voice is so pure, I feel like I am sitting in the churches where the music was recorded. I now have all of her cd's, and this one is one of my favorites.