October 2

Go Tell It On The Mountain - Ashley MacIsaac - A Cape Breton Christmas (CD, Album)



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Posted 02.10.2019 by Zololmaran in category "Heavy Metal

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  1. By Nekus on
    Natalie MacMaster CM (born June 13, ) is a Canadian fiddler from the rural community of Troy in Inverness County, Nova Scotia, who plays Cape Breton fiddle music.. MacMaster has toured with the Chieftains, Faith Hill, Carlos Santana and Alison Krauss, and has recorded with Yo-Yo adadertatreitingfulipacourmosus.coinfo has appeared at the Celtic Colours festival in Cape Breton, Celtic Connections in Scotland, and MerleFest.
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  2. By Goltitaxe on
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for A Cape Breton Christmas - Ashley MacIsaac on AllMusic - Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for A Cape Breton Christmas - Ashley MacIsaac on AllMusic - Go Tell It on the Mountain. Traditional. Ashley MacIsaac. Spotify Amazon: 3.
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  3. By Dougul on
    Dec 16,  · Ashley MacIsaac’s new CD, “Piano Music,” shows there’s more to Ashley than just fiddling. One non-seasonal CD that I will mention is the latest release from Ashley MacIsaac.
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  4. By Mikagar on
    Fiddle by his side, Cape Breton music icon Ashley MacIsaac spent most of last night standing alone in the cold in the Sydney River, N.S., NSLC parking lot to be the first person on the island to.
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  5. By Tat on
    Ashley Dwayne MacIsaac (born February 24, ) is a Canadian fiddler, singer and songwriter from Cape Breton adadertatreitingfulipacourmosus.coinfo has received three Juno Awards, winning for Best New Solo Artist and Best Roots & Traditional Album – Solo at the Juno Awards of , and for Best Instrumental Artist at the Juno Awards of His album Hi™ How Are You Today? was a double-platinum selling .
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  6. By Shazuru on
    Nonetheless, we are celebrating Christmas, and Ashley and Scott MacMillan (the finest of the fine) play a very spiritual and uplifting "Go Tell It On The Mountain," followed by "Away in the Manger." Ashley and Scott have added special flavours to this CD (just like kahula and nutmeg in eggnog) with "Il Est Ne" sung in French by Aurelie Cormier and "Ciuin an Oidhach (Silent Night)" sung in Gaelic by Jeff .
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  7. By Torn on
    Hi™ How Are You Today? is an album by Canadian fiddler Ashley MacIsaac, released in on A&M Records' Ancient Music imprint. MacIsaac's major label debut and his most commercially and critically successful album, it spawned the Canadian Top 40 hit "Sleepy Maggie" featuring Mary Jane Lamond, and won the Juno Award for Roots & Traditional Album of the Year – Solo at the Juno Awards of
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  8. By Faujas on
    Ashley MacIsaac, Jeff MacDonald, Avrelie Cormier, Scott MacMillan, Jim Faraday, Alan MacKenzie: Ashley MacIsaac, Jeff MacDonald, Avrelie Cormier, Scott MacMillan, Jim Faraday, Alan MacKenzie - A Cape Breton Christmas with Ashley MacIsaac & Friends ‎ (CD, Album) Not On Label: Canada: Sell This Version.
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  9. By Dogal on
    Jun 06,  · A Cape Breton Christmas CD is a wonderful addition to the standard collection of Christmas Carols and old standards. It is an upbeat instrumental rendering of classical Christmas tunes/5(11).
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