Jil Chambless & Scooter Muse | The Laverock Sang

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The Laverock Sang

by Jil Chambless & Scooter Muse

Both traditional and contemporary Celtic songs and tunes.
Genre: Folk: Celtic Folk
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1. The Laverock Sang
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2. Bonnie Jean Cameron / Kinloch Green
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3. The Bold Deserter
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4. A Kiss In The Morning Early / Leather Britches
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5. The Road To Drumleman
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6. The Back Road To Enumclaw
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7. Rambling Irishman
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8. From Clare To Here
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9. Sailing To Philadelphia
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10. Jack Haggerty
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11. Bogey's Bonnie Belle
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12. A Man's A Man
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Though Jil Chambless and Scooter Muse have appeared together on many Celtic Music recording projects, including several with bands Henri's Notions and Full Moon Ensemble as well as on each other's solo projects, this is the first recording of just the two of them. With Jil on vocals, flute, and whistle and Scooter on guitars, bouzouki, and banjo, this collection Scottish, Irish, and English songs and tunes contains some old as well as some new favorites.

"Exquisite vocals, oh-so-tasteful guitar and a lilting flute...a deceptively simple, beautiful and gentle combination." - Ed Miller, Scottish Recording Artist, Folklorist, & Radio Host.

"...vocal excellence...outstanding instrumentation...quite simply as good as it gets!" - Alex McKinven, Mull of Kintyre Music & Arts Association, Scotland.

"Great voice! Great guitar! I love it!!" - Brian McNeill, Scottish Multi-Instrumentalist, Singer, Songwriter.



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