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"This is the debut of the all-women band who represent the huge resurgence of young music-making in the Highlands and Islands. Pipes, harp, fiddle, accordion, piano, whistles, guitar - even tasteful oboe - are expertly played, but best of all is the powerful Gaelic singing of Julie Fowlis, whether on the opening Chuir iad mise dh’eilean leam fhin or in the ballad Am bròn binn." Norman Chalmers

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Chuir iad mise dh’eilean leam fhìn 3:24

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Tobin's Favourite, Danny Anthony's, James Byrne's 3:01

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The Pashmina and the Cromag, Back of the Changehouse, The Famous Ballymote, Quinie fae Rhynie 4:01

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Gura mise tha fo mhulad, Braes of Meilinish 3:47

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Neilidh O'Boyle's Highland, Duloman na Binnt Bui, Sean 'sa cheò 3:30

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Tha biodag aig MacThomais, Siod an dur a thogadh fonn, Faca sibh Màiri Nighean Alasdair 3:17

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Miss Elizabeth Garland 3:57

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Robbie Paterson's, The Marquis of Huntly, Jenna Reid of Quarff 3:25

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Eilean Uibhist mo rùin 3:01

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Fingal's Weeping, Inspector Donald Campbell of Ness, Nighean aig a Chòta Bhuidhe 4:48

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Ray's Classic, Bayydesmond 1, Ballydesmond 2 3:36

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The Long Night, Tar the House, Na goisidich 3:45

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Am Bròn Binn 3:41

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"This is the debut of the all-women band who represent the huge resurgence of young music-making in the Highlands and Islands. Pipes, harp, fiddle, accordion, piano, whistles, guitar - even tasteful oboe - are expertly played, but best of all is the powerful Gaelic singing of Julie Fowlis, whether on the opening Chuir iad mise dh’eilean leam fhin or in the ballad Am bròn binn." Norman Chalmers

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