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    March 3rd - Inside Llewyn Davis

    The Inside Llewyn Davis Original Soundtrack Recording
    is available from Nonesuch Records.

    The album includes 12 new recordings made especially for the film and soundtrack.

    Also featured is a never-before-released version of Bob Dylan performing his song “Farewell,” which was recorded during the sessions for his album The Times They Are A-Changin’.

    'Songs From the Movie'

    Mary Chapin Carpenter’s debut orchestral record, Songs From the Movie. Recorded at Air Studios in London, the album was arranged and conducted by six-time Grammy Award-winner Vince Mendoza and was produced by Carpenter and Mendoza along with Matt Rollings.
    TRACK LISTING
    1. On and On It Goes
    2. I Am A Town
    3. Between Here and Gone
    4. Ideas Are Like Stars
    5. The Dreaming Road
    6. Only A Dream
    7. Come On Come On
    8. Mrs. Hemingway
    9. Where Time Stands Still
    10. Goodnight America

    'A Musical Affair'

    Marty Reccommends all this week

    Il Divo 'A Musical Affair' (Deluxe Gift Edition CD/DVD)

    The greatest songs of all time from the world’s favourite musicals.

    “A Musical Affair” sees Il Divo sing the music from classic musicals Les Miserables, Phantom of Opera, West Side Story, Cats and more.

    The album has also seen Il Divo team up with some of the world’s best known singers to feature in a series of duets, with Barbra Streisand, Nicole Scherzinger, Heather Headley, Kristen Chenoweth and Michael Ball.

    The White Christmas compilation album.

    Marty Reccommends all this week


    The White Christmas compilation album. The seasonal treat features tracks old and new. With everything from Enya, Lily Allen and Cee-Lo Green to Christmas classics by Bing Crosby, Marvin Gaye and Kate Bush, ‘White Christmas’ is a truly eclectic offering.

    Marty Reccommends week beginning
    Monday 4th November.


    Jonathan & Charlotte –
    'Perhaps Love'
    Sony label.

    Written by John Denver, Perhaps Love was originally recorded as a duet between him and Placido Domingo. Jonathan and Charlotte liked the song so much they've named their entire album after it, telling the story with every word.     

      

    Van Morrison - Moondance Revisited

    Marty Reccommends

    Monday 21st October 2013


    Van Morrison
    A remastered edition of the 1970 breakthrough album Moondance.

    Along with the polished up original Moondance tracks, fans will be treated to unreleased tracks and studio outtakes. (The 2-disc set features one disc/11 tracks of unreleased material, the 5-disc set boasts three whole CDs of new material.)

    For the truly committed, the complete package also provides a booklet of liner notes from Alan White and a Blu-ray audio disc presented in 5.1 surround sound, all bundled in a “linen-wrapped folio.”

    Marty Reccommends - 'Nádúr'

    Week beginning Monday 16th September

    'Nádúr' from Clannad


    The first album of new material since Clannad's 1998s Grammy winning Landmarks. The five original members are back together for the first time since 1989s Past Present. A world tour planned in support of album. Celebrating a forty year recording career, over 15 Million album sales and a BAFTA award winner for Robin of Sherwood TV series. Previous film & TV success with Last of the Mohicans, Harry's Game and Patriot Games. Lyrics for TransAtlantic & liner notes by Irish author Colum McCann.

    "Clannad have taken the local and made it universal once again...this is their inherent nature. It will always be so."- Colum McCann

    "Not since Seán ó Riada..has there been such a unique talent to remind us of who we are, who we were and who we can be, ancient and modern at the same time. Clannad, we owe you."- Bono, U2

    1. Vellum 2. Rhapsody na gCrann 3. TransAtlantic 4. Turas Dhómhsa chon na Galldachd 5. Brave Enough 6. The Fishing Blues 7. Lámh ar Lámh 8. Tobar an tSaoil 9. The Song in your Heart 10. A Quiet Town 11. Hymn (To Her Love) 12. Setanta 13. Cití na gCumann

     

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    Laura Marling

    Once I Was An Eagle

    1 Take the Night Off 4:12
    2 I Was an Eagle 4:43
    3 You Know 2:30
    4 Breathe 3:46
    5 Master Hunter 3:49
    6 Little Love Caster 5:35
    7 Devil's Resting Place 3:14
    8 Interlude 1:03
    9 Undine 2:56
    10 Where Can I Go?
    11 Once 3:21
    12 Pray for Me 4:50
    13 When Were You Happy? (And How Long Has That Been) 3:10 14 Love Be Brave 2:56
    15 Little Bird 4:57
    16 Saved These Words 4:14

     

    Marty Reccommends, Week Beginning Monday 3rd June}

    Audra McDonald’s Go Back Home,

    Five-time Tony Award-winner’s album features works by wide range of musical theatre composers

    “A one-of-a-kind musical super-talent … an irreplaceable resource… One of Ms. McDonald’s essential qualities (is) her aura of almost uncontainable enthusiasm. That sense of excitement, in which she tugs a song forward emotionally, is inherent in the quickness and tang of her vibrato, as though feelings are pouring out of her almost faster than they can be reined in. Her soprano voice is stronger than ever, its mighty middle range a daunting power tool.”—New York Times

    Marty Recommends

    Jamie Cullum’s
    Momentum
     

    Momentum is the sixth studio album by Jamie Cullum. It was released on 20 May 2013 by Island Records. Momentum is produced by Dan the Automator and Jim Abbiss.[1] The album includes covers of "Love for Sale"

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