SONGS FROM IRELAND - New Album 13/03/2015 Feb 8, 2015 7:50:55 GMT 10
Post by thebraff (Braffy) on Feb 8, 2015 7:50:55 GMT 10
Damien's next (8th) album is available for Pre order from JB Hi Fi now.
Format - CD
Available - 13/03/15
SIGNED COPY: CD booklet signed by Damien Leith (online pre-order only).
If the price drops before the release date, you will pay the lowest price.
Your online pre-order will leave our Melbourne warehouse via Australia Post one business day prior to the official release date. Please allow 3 business days for delivery.
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Damien Leith returns with 'Songs From Ireland,' an album that celebrates Damien's musical heritage and delivers another chapter in the creative life of this remarkable singer.
'Songs From Ireland' was recorded in both Sydney and Dublin and features contributions from Sharon Corr ("Black Is The Colour"), Sharon Shannon ("Galway Girl") and, via the wonders of modern technology, the late Bing Crosby ("Galway Bay").
"The main thing for me with this album," explains the singer, "is that I created something that was authentically Irish. It has all the traditional elements: the fiddle, flute, uilleann pipes and bodhran, all of those great sounds that make up traditional Irish music. I've tried to be as real as possible, whilst also being true to my style as well."
Leith emerged from the small screen in 2006 and found a place in the hearts of a generation of Australian music lovers. With a cluster of hits including the #1 ARIA single "Night Of My Life," and the albums 'Where We Land,' 'Catch The Wind,' 'Roy' and 'Chapter Seven' behind him, as well as two published novels, Leith is an artist intent on moving forward.
Black Is The Colour – Feat. Sharon Corr
Star Of The County Down
The Parting Glass
Red Is The Rose
Galway Girl Feat. Sharon Shannon
Rocky Road To Dublin
Song For Ireland
Wild Colonial Boy
Black Velvet Band
Bright Blue Rose Feat. Aine Coe
Galway Bay – Feat. Bing Crosby