The first Celtic Music Radio Album of the Week for 2013 is the MG ALBA Scots Trad Music Awards Album of the Year awarded to Kathleen MacInnes (pictured below) for her new release “Cille Bhride” amoxil 500 dosage (Kilbride).
Mixed and mastered by Paul McGeechan, it is the second album from Kathleen MacInnes showcasing her superb and unique vocal style with excellent accompaniments.
A native of South Uist, Kathleen performs primarily in Scottish Gaelic. The title Cille Bhride is a township of South Uist in the Hebrides. It also translates to Kilbride or Church of St Bride.
The CD has an extensive full colour booklet which has Gaelic lyrics with potted history of the songs and English translations.
After hearing her distinctive thoaty voice, Ridley Scott asked Kathleen to feature on the soundtrack of his film Robin Hood in 2010.
Kathleen is a Scots Traditional Music Award Gaelic singer of the Year 2006 and in December 2012, Scots Trad Album of the Year award winner.
It is the Album of the Week commencing Saturday 5 January 2013 and will be featured in most programmes on Celtic Music Radio during the week.
Ross Macfadyen talks to Kathleen about her music and this CD release. It was recorded before the Trad Awards in Fort William on 8 December 2012.
Album of the Week, Saturdays 12noon and 12midnight and Monday 7 January 2013 at 6.00pm and Catch Up anytime.