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Isle of Môn

Watching The Dark
Celtic Moon Rising
Sweeney's Men
Sweeney's Men 1968
Bagpipes and Other Incendinary Devices
Máire Ni Chathasaigh
Old Bridge Music
Celtic Women in Music
The Harp
Loreena McKennitt
The Visit
The Mask and The Mirror
The Book of Secrets
Blue Horses
Dragons Milk and Coal
Ten Leagues Beyond The Wild Worlds End
Folk On The Water
Harvest Storm
A Sense Of Place
Shapes On The Landscape
Dorset Cursus
Wayland's Smithy
Maiden Castle Hill Fort
Expansion of The Celts
Cara Dillon
The Streets Of Derry
The Road Less Traveled
Wild Welsh Women
Isle of Môn
Death of the King's Canary
Siân Phillips, the Welsh Fiddler
Julie Fowlis
mar a tha mo chridhe (as my heart is)
Clan Wallace

Recorded at 'The Willows' in Monmouth, South Wales,
produced by Ron Rogers.

© Airheart Music

Wild Welsh Women's first album "Isle of Môn" is a collection of songs, both original and covers, from the Celtic world and beyond. The self penned material draws on many sources including a journey through Welsh history in the title track 'Isle of Môn' (Anglesey); narrative tales of  famous and not quite so famous historical figures, Daisey Bates & Amelia - about the pioneering pilot Amelia Eirheart; and personal tributes (Father).
Among the material by other writers is a version of the Pete Seeger '60's classic 'The Bells of Rhymney' - with lyrics written by Welsh poet Idris Davies, the Wild Welsh Women have reclaimed the song for the motherland!. Also  featured are songs by Mike Scott, Dougie McLean, and  Kate and Anna McGarrigle.

The album also features guest appearances by fiddle player Feliks Tabis, piper Paul Collins & flautist Hannah Morris (Rob & Rozi's daughter).

Isle Of Mon

Turning Away (d.maclean)
The Bells of Rhymney (davies,seeger)
Father (powell & powell)
Deux Schottishes (trad. arr WWW)
Daisey Bates (chown, powell, powell)
Amelia (chown,powell, powell)
Bonnie Bunch of Roses (trad. arr.WWW)
Heart Like a Wheel (k.macgarrigle,a.macgarrigle)
Bring 'em All In (m.scott)
Eileen Curran/Tamlin (trad.arr. WWW)
Isle of Môn (morris, morris, powell, powell)

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