Artist: Cathie Ryan
Cathie Ryan’s debut solo album including songs of love, loss, history and friendship is regarded as one of the most beautifully performed collections of the 90’s, and continues build on its acclaim today. Listening to Ryan’s sublime singling in English and Gaelic, accompanied by masterful instrumentalists, will introduce you to the world of this profoundly gifted Irish-American.
|01. Garden Valley||Listen||Lyrics|
|02. Slán Abhaile||Listen||Lyrics|
|04. The 12th of July||Listen||Lyrics|
|05. When Detroit Was Burning||Listen||Lyrics|
|06. You and I in the One Bed Lie||Listen||Lyrics|
|07. Ned of the Hill||Listen||Lyrics|
|08. White Dress||Listen||Lyrics|
|09. Shades of Gloria||Listen||Lyrics|
|10. Dark Moll of the Glen||Listen||Lyrics|
|11. ‘Sheáin Bháin||Listen||Lyrics|
|12. It’s A Long Road That has No Turn||Listen||Lyrics|
|13. Óró Mo Bháidín||Listen||Lyrics|
Produced by Seamus Egan
Featuring Seamus Egan, Win Horan, Michael Aharon, Zan MacLeod, John McGann, Jerry O’Sullivan, Chico Huff, Steve Holloway, and John Anthony.
Arranged by John McCusker, John Doyle and Cathie Ryan (except where noted)
Recorded & mixed by John Anthony
Cover photo by Duane Hall / Siler City, N.C.
“Cathie Ryan is a rare talent. From her Irish family, she has inherited a wonderful voice and repertoire; from her country, she has inherited a great understanding for many styles of music. On Cathie Ryan, everything fits perfectly together.” — Irish Edition, Philadelphia
“Her voice is strong and sophisticated quite beautiful….A well rounded and ecclectic collection of songs from a very classy singer.” — The Evening Echo, Ireland