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Isle Of Dreaming

by Kate Price

Visionary multi-ethnic comtemporary compostions with Indo-Persian and celtic overtones and lyrical female vocal
Genre: New Age: Celtic New Age
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Isle Of Dreaming
7:33 $0.99
2. Andalusia
6:17 $0.99
3. Voices of My People
10:04 $0.99
4. the Phoenix
5:42 $0.99
5. Kate Counts Eight
5:52 $0.99
6. Sea of Silence
5:40 $0.99
7. Mystic Warrior
5:25 $0.99
8. Planxty Almblade
4:16 $0.99
9. Beloved
5:32 $0.99
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Album Notes
At the heart of the contemporary Celtic revival dwells soul of Kate Price. A talented multi instrumentalist with a rich and beautiful voice, Kate continues to defy the very genre her early work helped define. Her music is as much a journey for her as for the listener.

Her repertoire blends cross cultural influences with her lyrical voice and her dynamic yet intimate sensibility. Noting this, one reviewer summed her up as “one part faery, one part gypsy”, and called her performance style “warm, elegant and intimate”.

The music industry, in it’s attempt to classify and categorize, has frequently compared Kate to Loreena McKennit, however this comparison does not really serve either of these talented women. While there are certainly similarities, the astute listener will quickly see that Kate’s music is quite distinctly her own vision

What Kate began on Deep Hearts Core, she completed with the Isle of Dreaming, but this time with an Indo-Persian influence overlaying the Celtic foundation. It is an exquisite and multifaceted recording of great depth and tenderness, and it just gets better with repeated listening. This recording is dedicated to Kate’s brother Leo whose love and support was a pillar of strength for Kate throughout her life. He died of diabetes complications in 1998. Also co-produced by Teja Bell, this recording succeeded in melding diverse influences into a cohesive and exemplary musical vision.

Kate Price -- Vocals, Hammered Dulcimer, Hummel, Harmonium
Teja Bell -- Classical Steel String, 12 String & Bass Guitars, Keyboards, Electric Sitar
Ian Dogole -- Handrums, Udu, Dumbek, Cymbals
Doug Harman -- Cello
Hans Christian -- Nickelharpa, Sarongi
Paul McCandless -- Oboe, English Horn, Penny Whistle, Saxophone
Spencer Brewer -- Piano
Chris Caswell (C2) -- Irish Flute, Penny Whistle (on Beloved)
Bonnie Barnum (B2) -- Celtic Harp
Habib Khan -- Sitar
Ben Mawhorter -- Tabla
Zahar Hayati -- Zylis
James Asher -- Shaker



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Ruben Mannstaedt

Enchanting and exceptional
This is an exceptional CD by - in my experience - one of the foremost composers/performers of Celtic inspired music on the scene today. The title is very apt - listening to the music one is indeed carried off to a timeless isle of song. This is one CD that I do not get tired of listening to. It is very, very beautiful and emotionally powerful. Thank you, Kate.

Kim Johanson

Kate Price is better than ever - love every song!
I am an avid fan of Kate Price, love all her music, and in my opinion, this CD is her best to date. The melodies, music, and creative use of different instruments are lyrical,enchanting and transport you to a different place and time.

Careful the Clown

I love this CD!
I play this CD over and over again while I'm working on my projects...It has everything...happiness, dreaming, traveling, magic. The instruments come out of (and into) the music at perfect moments...east indian, celtic, folk--it is all woven together in a beautiful, inspiring tapestry--I'll never get enough of her visions.

Rebecca - Blue Moon Yoga

Kate...your voice is Heavenly!
I play this albumn in my some of my yoga classes. It's very good for sun salutations and mind escape.


Lovely, as usual
Kate has excelled once again. This CD is as good as "The time between" and "Deep Hearts Core". The Balcanic, Latin (mostly Spanish in this case, rather than Latinamerican) and, of course, Celtic roots are still there, but this album incorporates Indian influences and, subsequently, new instruments to her music, enrichening the multicultural background that usually underlies Kate's music. Wonderful performances by Kate and her musicians and haunting vocals. Lovely, as I expected.

Doug Gilbert

This is a fascinating album by an under-publicized artist. I found the instrumentation to be simply enchanting, but also found myself restless for the vocals to start. Kate's voice is simply exquisite but isn't as prominantly featured as I would have liked. I still give the work high ratings.