Maggie Reilly | ROWAN

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by Maggie Reilly

'Rowan' showcases one of the great British female voices. The album is a blend of traditional Scottish and English songs as well as some Reilly originals.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Away wi' the faeries
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2. Once I had a sweetheart
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3. Heartsong
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4. The star
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5. Promises
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6. All things are quite silent
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7. Who knows where the time goes?
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8. Trees they do grow high
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9. Cam ye o'er frae France
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10. Miss you
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11. Wild mountain thyme
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Album Notes
Those who are familiar with Maggie through her hits, such as 'Moonlight Shadow', 'To France' and her unique song writing skills as on 'Everytime we Touch' (Cascada) ‘Family Man’ (Daryl Hall and John Oates) will find much to savour on ‘ROWAN’.

From the blues/funk of ‘Cado Belle’, her collaboration with pioneering composer Mike Oldfield, duets with Jack Bruce (Cream), Dave Gilmour (Pink Floyd) and gaelic band Runrig on through her thoughtful solo albums of the ‘90s, Maggie Reilly has covered a lot of musical ground. Now with her new album, she has returned to her Scottish folk roots to deliver some career best performances.


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Eliot G, Minnesota

Great work again for Maggie! I'm more a fan of her pop material but this album is still stunning in its arrangements and haunting yet crystalline vocals! Maggie still rules. Especially loved tracks 1, 3, 6 and 10! My one complaint is the red song title lettering on back of the gorgeous CD package is difficult to read in certain lighting, but that does not tarnish the magic inside! I await her next aural adventure!


Simply great!!!
Great music from one of the greatest artists! Maggie has made the songs to her own songs! And - as ever - her voice is simply beautiful!

Risto Latva

It's simply a wonderful album. Read the review on my website.

D M Clement

Absolutely beautiful!
I didn't know Maggie Reilly until I discovered a video-clip on 'Away wi' the faeries'. I then tried to find this title with other companies I have an account with but without success ... but fortunately now I got it :-) Thank you so much!

Tim Fatchen

Songs of longing and sweet sadness
This is simply superb. Sad and sweet without being maudlin. Full of longing and unfulfilled aching. A deep insight and interpretation of traditional songs in a seamless blend with new compositions. Songs for an autumn afternoon, and remembering...

Wojtek, Poland

Beautiful... Feels like heaven
This is a truly magical album that immediately became one of my lifetime favourites. Maggie's voice souds as if an angel was singing to you.

Recommended for long autumn evenings especially with the final "Wild Mountain Thyme" that brings memories of summer.
This album will move your heart forever.

Raymond Benson

Maybe Her Best
This could very well be Maggie's best album! Gorgeous!

Jerome from France

Wonderful !
As a Mike Oldfield fan, I prefer instrumentals and never buy CDs with songs, because I am not particularly touched by this type of music, but here... seems to be the exception which confirms the rule for me !
Seeing a solo album of Maggie Reilly and in tribute to her great association with Oldfield in the 80's, I ordered it and I absolutely don't regret it. It is a jewel !
All tracks are very good, but my favorites are Away wi'the faeries, Heartsong and Wild Mountain Thyme.
Now, dear Maggie, I will keep an eye on you. Thank you !

Kenjiro Ota

I think this album is made up of fine acoustic
traditional music.
I especially like the beautiful voice of
Maggie Reilly.
I am her fan since she sang "Moonlight Shadow"


Wow a fantastic album her lovely voice is overwhelming me I,am speechless, thank you very much Maggie for this album I.ll look forward for your next musical adventure.( my favourite number is still Echoes and What About Tomorrows Children !! )
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