Manx Gaelic songs combining the nature and spirit of the Isle of Man with harp, piano and voice. A mystic celtic world, hypntoic, sensuous and, just ever so slightly, dangerous to enter.
Rumours of Unease
This is the debut nine track album for local group Clash Vooar. The songs are written and sung by Aalin Clague and are based predominantly on Manx tunes and songs but also include some English in them.
Vocals: Aalin Clague Drums: Danny Kneale Bass: Dave McLean Keyboard: Anglin Buttimore Way of the Gull CD
9 Tracks (41.27 minutes)
A'Nish is a part Manx folk group and this nine track album is made up of new and original material together with a mix of traditional and folk songs.
Singers: Ruth Keggin & Anna Goldbeck-Wood Guitar: Karl Kramer & Dave Pearce Bass: Vanessa Hutchinso Fiddle: Anna Goldbeck-Wood Whispering Tides
Whispering Tides is the debut album of ethereal Manx Gaelic folksongs from soprano Kate Dowman
Kate's voice has taken her around the world, from the hills of the Isle of Man to opera houses, stadiums, private concerts for Madonna, British royalty, Terry Wogan, supporting Aled Jones in concert, singing opera, oratorio and folksong. She is now about to launch her beautiful debut album of Manx Gaelic folksongs, hundreds of years old and rarely recorded, her music will transport you to a magical place. "Kate transports you to a magical place with her beautiful voice and lyrical Manx Gaelic songs. Drift away and forget your cares" John Brunning, Classic FM presenter. Turrys CD
Total Playing Time 39 minutes 50 seconds
Ruth Keggin is the pure and passionate Gaelic voice of the Manx musical renaissance and on this 10 track CD she performs traditional and contemporary songs and tunes from the Isle of Man.
The Best That's In CD £12.99
A compilation of twenty three of the best and most popular Manx songs including Ellan Vannin and the National Manx Anthem.
Blass - New Manx Music £10.00
Blass gives you a taste of two tracks from five previously unrecorded artists from the contemporary Manx trad scene. Favourites of the bands scene, guitar and mandolin duo Strengyn have finally laid down some of their fast and furious tracks, and they are joined by award-winning Nish As Rish, whistle and guitar duo Beccy Hurst and Beki Collings, Amber Fiddle Award finalist Laura and Dave Rowles and The Reeling Stones. Ten dazzling tracks represent exciting new ideas which showcase the variety of the developing tradition. If you want somewhere to start with Manx music, this is it a great mix of toe-tapping tunes and shimmering singing.
Mannin Folk-Through the Years CD £13.99
Twenty four songs by this traditional Manx folk group.
Come Back To Mona CD £12.99
A CD of some of the most popular songs from the Manx National Songbook mixed in with some modern favourites as well, many arranged with orchestral accompaniment and featuring favourite Manx singers Graham and Nigel Crowe, Christine Bregazzi, Barbara Gale and Ernie Thorn.
A CD by Manx choir Caarjyn Cooidjagh singing their unique style of choral arrangements of traditional and new Manx songs. Highly recommended.
A CD of the best of Manx West Gallery music. Sung in churches throughout the British Isles in the 18th and 19th centuries, West Gallery music is being rediscovered, and the Isle of Man has a particularly rich tradition of this music. Performed by local choir Caarjyn Cooidjagh, the CD features authentic arrangements and instruments, including a serpent!
A selection of seventeen of TE Brown's Manx dialect poems read by Laurence Kermode. Laurence made the recording in 2006 at the age of 91. Laurence has been a performer all of his life and began reciting TE Brown when he was part of the popular Manx trio "Mike Lauire and Al" The recitations became a popular part of the act, thus resulting in the production of this CD.