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Verses At Blawearie Tower - Robin Williamson - Songs Of Love And Parting (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Robin Williamson discography and songs: Music profile for Robin Williamson, born 24 November Genres: Contemporary Folk, Celtic Folk Music, Singer/Songwriter. Albums include Myrrh, Songs of Love and Parting, and Strangely Strange but Oddly Normal: An Island Anthology
  2. The "Songs of Love and Parting" LP was worn out on my turntable when it first came out. From the nostalgic romance of "Verses in Stewart Street" to the truly magical Celtic mystery of "Flower of the Briar" and the unusually slow and pensive "Parting Glass." If you have never heard of Williamson, this is .
  3. 7 rows · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Robin Williamson - Songs Of /5(13).
  4. Feb 14,  · Songs of Love & Parting dates from these early days and was originally released in , a track acoustic set of songs and poems subtly set to music. Now album is lovingly reissued on CD, accompanied by a lavish booklet that annotates each of the tracks, reproduces the lyrics, and includes atmospheric photographs that capture the setting and.
  5. Robin Williamson is a Scottish multi-instrumentalist musician, singer, songwriter and storyteller, who first made his name as a founding member of The Incredible String Band. Songs of Love and Parting is a Celtic Folk album released in
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  7. Originally released on the Irish Claddagh label in , `Songs Of Love And Parting' was Robin's first solo album after the amicable demise of the Merry Band. It contains the classics `For Mr Thomas' (a tribute to the Welsh Bard), which was later covered by Van Morrison, `Fare Thee Well Sweet Mally' and `Flower Of The Briar'/5(8).
  8. The first 13 tracks encompassing the original "Songs of Love and Parting almost serve as a cohesive song cycle, and although the four additional tracks are more on the order of performance pieces they dovetail beautifully with the more traditional tunes. This is an absolute must-have for all fans of folk, Celtic or singer-songwriter music/5(9).