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Eve

by Áine Minogue

Songs about the first woman and her influence through time ~ Eve.
Genre: Pop: Delicate
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1. Oh Eve
4:25 $1.29
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2. Bad Pennies
2:31 $1.29
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3. Ghostly Love
4:07 $1.29
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4. All About Eve
3:25 $1.29
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5. The Perfect Eve
3:14 $1.29
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6. Georgie
4:30 $1.29
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7. Echo of Love
2:24 $1.29
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8. The Garden
5:39 $1.29
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9. Love's Sweet Refrain
2:44 $1.29
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10. Puppetmaster
4:33 $1.29
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11. Before the World Was Made
4:06 $1.29
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12. Warrior or Healer
3:27 $1.29
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Irish harpist/singer Áine Minogue has been a staple of the Irish, Celtic and semi-classical music scene for many years completing fifteen solo albums to date. She is prominently featured on numerous compilations, many of which spent months on the Billboard 100 music charts (World, Folk, New Age, Classical) Minogue is also a frequent contributor to TV soundtracks.

Her latest collection, "Eve," a concept album based on the first woman is an intriguing jaunt through time, perceptions of women and aspects of the feminine through the ages.

These 12 songs - all penned by Minogue - were produced by Áine and Jon Evans (Tori Amos, Sarah McLaghlan) and feature Minogue's vocals and Irish harp, Jon Evans multi instrumental chops and a host of acoustic stars from folk, classical and jazz including Irish phenom Séamus Egan (Brothers McMullen, Solas), Billy Novick (Great Gatsby) and Vermont cello hero, Eugene Friesen. (Paul Winter Consort)

"A balm for our times" Entertainment Weekly

"... musically compelling..." LA Times

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