Anam Cara | Live at St George's

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Live at St George's

by Anam Cara

Female trio sings world songs, jazz, gospel, folk and originals with atmospheric harmonies that touch the soul.
Genre: World: World Traditions
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1. Hullamackadoo
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2. Papir Iz Doch Vays
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3. Coming and Going
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4. Small Celebrations
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5. Love Makes the World Go Round
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6. We Shall Not Give Up the Fight
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7. Senzenina
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8. Tall Trees
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9. O La La
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10. Blood and Gold
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11. I Am Tired (Live)
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12. Fear No Evil
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Album Notes
Maggie Newlands, Angela Reith and Judith Silver. . .

. . . who met at London's Guildhall Jazz Summer School in 1997 and started singing together in Scott Stroman’s Eclectic Voices workshop under the guidance of West End Musical Director, Nick Finlow, (of Chicago, Rent, Mamma Mia, Avenue Q).
Maggie, Angela and Judith formed Anam Cara early in 2000 because they loved singing the wide variety of harmony songs they were learning in the workshop. They perform their own material as well as arranging and singing songs from different traditions. They have also collaborated with award-winning jazz saxophonist Tony Woods.
Anam Cara has performed in colleges, pubs, churches and hospitals; for refugees, patients, discerning listeners and merry drinkers; with saxophonists, cellists, comedians and choirs.
Anam Cara’s first CD, ‘Live at St George’s’ was released in 2001. ‘The album impressively reflects the trio's ability to touch the soul with atmospheric harmonies and dynamic solo singing’ (Keith Ames, Musician magazine).
For the non-Gaelic-speaking, ‘anam cara’ means ‘soul friend’.

As well as singing with Anam Cara, Maggie works in London as a music therapist; then, time and energy permitting, there's composing, arranging, teaching and playing the piano.

Since the 1970s, Angela has divided her time between playing the piano, composing, singing, songwriting, music directing, leading singing workshops, running Music for Life Festival and TV directing. In 2006 she qualified as a music therapist after training at the Guildhall. Singing with Anam Cara taps into her early folk-singing roots and continues to be hugely enjoyable (

Judith is a singer/songwriter, performer and facilitator of music in a wide variety of contexts. As harmonising has always been a natural and favourite occupation of hers, working with Anam Cara is a special pleasure (

‘The album impressively reflects the trio's ability to touch the soul with atmospheric harmonies and dynamic solo singing’
Keith Ames, Musician magazine

Contact details for Anam Cara:

47 Mayton Street, London N7 6QP United Kingdom
+44 20 7609 8153



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