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Shelagh McDonald - Album (LP, Album, Ltd, Num, RE, Sil) Mint (M) / Mint (M)

Shelagh McDonald - Album (LP, Album, Ltd, Num, RE, Sil) Mint (M) / Mint (M)

BMG, Music On Vinyl

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Summary: Vinyl, LP, Numbered, Album, Shelagh McDonald, 2020, Europe, Limited Edition

Media Condition:  Mint (M)
Sleeve Condition: Mint (M)
Country:    Europe  
Genre:       Folk World & Country
Style:         Folk

New, Sealed.



limited to 1000 Copies on numbered silver Vinyl


A1. Mirage 4:00
A2. Look Over The Hill And Far Away 5:08
A3. Crusoe 3:53
A4. Waiting For The Wind To Rise 4:57
A5. Ophelia's Song 2:40
B1. Richmond 2:45
B2. Let No Man Steal Your Thyme 3:22
B3. Peacock Lady 3:26
B4. Silk And Leather 2:57
B5. You Know You Can't Lose 5:02
B6. Ophelia's Song 2:07


Barcode and Other Identifiers:

Barcode 8719262012660
Barcode 8 719262 012660
Rights Society BIEM/STEMRA
Matrix / Runout 28007 1A MOVLP 2597
Matrix / Runout 28007 1B MOVLP 2597


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Copyright (c) BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited
Licensed From BMG Rights Management (UK) Limited
Distributed By Music On Vinyl B.V.
Manufactured By Music On Vinyl B.V.
Produced For September Productions Ltd.
Pressed By Record Industry
Published By New Town Sound Ltd.
Published By Logo Songs Ltd.

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Shelagh McDonald is a Scottish folk singer who mysteriously disappeared in 1971, after she recorded two albums. Her debut Album is an incredible hidden treasure, showing her wispy and emotive style of folk-rock playing and singing. The arrangements are beautiful and McDonald’s soprano voice warm and rich in colours. Her voice can be compared with that of Sandy Denny and Joni Mitchell. Nothing was heard of her until she made contact with the Scottish Daily Mail in 2003, 10 years later she made a low-key comeback. Nowadays she’s recording new material.

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