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That Night in the Garden

by Emerald Rose

The most authentic capture to date of Emerald Rose! This album was recorded live in a series of evening concerts in Dahlonega, Georgia, and finally captures the essence of the band's live repertiore.
Genre: Folk: Contemporary Celtic
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Four Jacks
4:17 album only
2. Penny In the Well
3:16 album only
3. Autumn In Asheville
3:36 album only
4. Caledonia
4:38 album only
5. Red Haired Mary
4:24 album only
6. Wild Mountain Thyme
3:32 album only
7. Johnny Cope
3:11 album only
8. Twilight Falls
5:19 album only
9. Come To the Dance
4:55 album only
10. Take Me Down
4:26 album only
11. Tree Hugging Man
2:46 album only
12. Maggie Lauder
3:03 album only
13. Merry Mayfolk
5:07 album only
14. Blue Mountain Rue
4:41 album only
15. Castle Or Arianrhod
5:57 album only
16. Drowsy Maggie
3:56 album only
17. Gallant Murray
2:56 album only
18. Donald McGillivray
4:11 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Recorded at a series of evening concerts in Dahlonega,
Georgia, this CD presents a beautiful 16-track digital mix
that finally captures the essence of the band's live shows.

The live mix of Emerald Rose classics and brand-new
songs such as "Blue Mountain Rue" and the band's
cover of "Caledonia" is a window into a magical
"Night in the Garden" with the band. These are all
brand-new recordings, capturing the latest arrangements
of the band's best live repertoire.



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Pagan Radio Network

Emerald Rosey goodness
"That Night in the Garden" is Emerald Rose's seventh album and the second live offering from the group. Normally live CDs have diminished sound with off key mistakes abounding. However, that is not the case with "That Night in the Garden". The sound quality hasn't been lessened at all, and this Celtic bands talent and over nine years of experience shines through. In addition to the songs holding onto their quality, the lyrics and songs are original and quite well done. This reviewer found herself humming the songs when she last expected it. In particular, Red Haired Mary, the 5th song on the album is of a quality rarely seen and hasn't left my current sound list since I first heard it over a month ago.

Emerald Rose's experience and exuberance come through their music and will make you want to get up to dance with it, or at the very least learn the lyrics so that you can join in with the fun. In addition, fusing American Folk Rock and Celtic into one brilliant sound couldn't have been easy and yet these guys have pulled it off and made it look easy. Their skill with the instruments and the vocals are impressive enough, but the lyrics themselves are diverse and interesting and by far make this music experience worth it, even if they were sung by artists with far less talent than this band shows. The lyrics are poetic, hauntingly astute and incredibly clever, staying with the listener long after the CD is finished.

If you have any interest in either Celtic music, Folk Rock or songs created specifically for the pagan community this is the group to listen to, with this album being this reviewers enthusiastic suggestion.

~ Review by Brandy "Kitsune" Ackerley:
Pagan Radio Network


That Night in the Garden
It captured their live performances, with all the energy and passion the lads pour into their music. I am looking forward to their upcoming tour of Ireland. Listening to their music in a Celtic land will be a treat indeed.