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Going Home

by Phil Holland

A beautiful mixture of old and new, Phil's delicate, intricate harp playing interweaves with her pure, angelic voice to create a parallel world of crystalline sounds.
Genre: Folk: Celtic Folk
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1. Song Without Words
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2. The Raggle Taggle Gypsies
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3. Wild Mountain Thyme
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4. Psalm 23 (The Lord Is My Shepherd)
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5. The Spanish Lady
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6. The Scottish Emigrant's Fareweel
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7. The Wild Geese
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8. The Dream
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9. What Can A Young Lassie Do Wi An Auld Man
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10. The Beach
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11. My Johnny Was A Shoemaker
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12. The Far Away Child
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13. My Love's An Arbutus
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14. Brian Boru's March
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15. The Vampire
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16. Going Home
6:05 FREE
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17. Song Without Words(2nd Version)
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Album Notes
This album is a metaphysical musical journey back home to Phil's Scottish and Irish roots, and her childhood growing up on the west coast of Scotland.
It mixes the old with the new in an enchanting, lyrical album.
"Phil Holland touches the soul of the audience, who are fascinated by her other-worldly singing and the ancestral tones of her 26-string harp". A Celtic harp, words by unknown Scots and Irish poets, the clear voice, the musical sophistication of the original arrangements of a true interpreter and we find ourselves at the very heart of Celtic music with Phil Holland".
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