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Album: Gun Sireadh Gun Irraidh: Without Seeking Without
# Song Title   Time
1)    Ceann Traigh Ghruinneart/Fraoch a Ronaigh
2)    An Gille Dubh Ciar-Dhubh
3)    A Mhairead Og
4)    Bean a' Chotain Ruaidh
5)    An till Mise Chaoidh
6)    Oganaich an or-Fhuilt Bhuidhe
7)    Oran Mu'n Ghruagaich
8)    Dheanainn Sugradh Ris an Nigh'n Dubh
9)    Soraidh Bho Granger
10)    Do Ghaidheil Shiatail
11)    Nach Truagh Leat Mi 'S Tu'n Eirinn
12)    So Nam Shineadh Air an T-Sliabh
13)    Puirt-a-Beul
14)    Strath Ban
15)    N Ath Bhanais Bhios Agam
 

Album: Gun Sireadh Gun Irraidh: Without Seeking Without
# Song Title   Time
1)    Ceann Traigh Ghruinneart/Fraoch a Ronaigh
2)    An Gille Dubh Ciar-Dhubh
3)    A Mhairead Og
4)    Bean a' Chotain Ruaidh
5)    An till Mise Chaoidh
6)    Oganaich an or-Fhuilt Bhuidhe
7)    Oran Mu'n Ghruagaich
8)    Dheanainn Sugradh Ris an Nigh'n Dubh
9)    Soraidh Bho Granger
10)    Do Ghaidheil Shiatail
11)    Nach Truagh Leat Mi 'S Tu'n Eirinn
12)    So Nam Shineadh Air an T-Sliabh
13)    Puirt-a-Beul
14)    Strath Ban
15)    N Ath Bhanais Bhios Agam
 
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  • GUN SIREADH, GUN IARAIDH is Gaelic for "Without Seeking, Without Asking."
  • Personnel: Simon Thoumire (concertina).
  • Liner Note Author: Christine Primrose.
  • Recording information: Temple Records Studio.
  • In the contemporary world of dwindling traditions, Christine Primrose offers a full dose of the real thing. Her high, emotive voice, singing in her native tongue, Gaelic, places her in stark contrast to the latest ethereal-voiced Celtic performers. Primrose opens the album with a simple a cappella version of "The Head of Gruinart Sands/Heather from Rona," the tale of an archer and the arrow that slays Sir Lachlan MacLean. Harp accompaniment highlights "The Dark Swarthy Lad," a love song dating back to at least the late 18th century. The delicate colorings, along with slight vibrato of Primrose's voice on songs like "The Young Man With the Golden Yellow Hair," lead to rich interpretations of these traditional pieces. These songs seem to reside within her, as though she was a sieve for these ancient events. The choice to sing "Shall I Ever Return" and many other songs a cappella also connects her to older ballad singers like Jeannie Robertson. Thankfully, the lyrics have also been written in English for the occasional person who has no earthly idea how to read Gaelic. Without Seeking, Without Asking will appeal to lovers of British Isles music that keeps fully within the tradition. It is also a fine place to introduce oneself to the lovely art of Christine Primrose. ~ Ronnie D. Lankford, Jr.
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