CDs / Recordings ~ Celtic, Irish, Folk, World, Original

Younger than the Sun

Artist: Susan Hamlin

Label: Flood Wood Music

Genre: Celtic, Irish, Scottish, Traditional, World, American Folk


Songs and tunes that are fresh, clear, honest, and true to life! - Judith Gennett, Green Man Review

CD Description: Passionate & adventurous Celtic, Americana and World Music featuring Susan Hamlin (vocals, guitars) and guest artists from Ireland and America. Inventive arrangements of tunes and songs, A popular CD in folk and world music radio play on every continent except the ones with penguins.

Guest Artists: Neil Anderson 'pipes, whistles • George Wilson fiddle • Tom English bodhran • Brian Hanlon bouzouki • Zan McLeod guitar • Brian Melick percussion• Jakael Tristram guitar, bass, keyboards• Monique Citro cello •

Tracks: Reels: Flagstone of Memories/Blind Nory/Miss Monaghans Vincent Broderick, trad • Leather Winged Bat trad Appalachian • Into the Mystic/Out on the Ocean, Trad, Van Morrison • Song: Gort Na Sailean/Salley Gardens • Frost is all Over/Road to Skye • Song: Foreign Lander Trad Appalachian• Jigs: Calliope House/The Tipsy Fiddler/Stan Chapman's Gerry Holland • Mark Twain/Auld Lang Syne • Song: Once In A Lifetime David Byrne, Talking Heads• Tune: How Can I Keep From Singing • Song: Shenandoah • Reels: MacKenzie's Farewell/MacDonald's, Trad • Song: O the Wind and the Rain, Appalachian • Song: Girl of the North Country, Bob Dylan

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"With spoken Gaelic chants, pipes, and lots of percussion, Once In A Lifetime bursts forth as a world-pagan festival. -- Green Man Review



Artist: Susan Hamlin

Label: Flood Wood Music

Genre: Celtic, Irish, Scottish, Traditional, World, American Folk, Singer Songwriter



"Magic" features gorgeous studio production with Susan's vocals, guitar and an all -star guest artists including 7 Nations founding 'piper Neil Anderson, John Kirk, Peter Davis and members of The McKrells. The four originals include the funny big-band "New Age Swing" co-written with former Bitchin Babe Camille West. A "Magical" collection of songs from traditional Irish Gaelic (Mise Raftery) to passionately sung arrangements of Bob Dylan's Tomorrow is a Long Time and Ralph McTell's classic anthem Streets of London make this CD one her fans say never leaves their changer.


One of the real talents in folk music today ... one of my favorite CDs in a rather eclectic collection. Susan's voice is haunting and true and the playing precise, yet heartfelt. Susan considers herself an 'unreconstructed folkie.' You don't need to be one to fall in love with this music --