Charity Quin - The Patience of the Fisherman

Published Saturday 7th October 2006
Charity Quin - The Patience of the Fisherman
Charity Quin - The Patience of the Fisherman

STYLE: Celtic
RATING 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 19685-10717
LABEL: Christian Art CQCD001
RELEASE DATE: 2006-08-12
RRP: £4.99

Reviewed by Diane Woodrow

Charity has a beautiful and haunting voice. 'The Patience of The Fishermen' is all Charity's own work apart from the old Irish folk song "Sea Fever" and "Motherless Child", which was recorded in Ely Cathedral. Charity's interpretative powers do justice to her own Celtic and folk-tinged compositions. Very much all the way through one can hear the depths of love for the restless moving of the sea and nature in Charity's writings, especially in "Come And Lay Your Head" and "The Beach". This is a lady with great depth of thought and character. For those with an ear for wistfully, contemplative music, this is thoroughly recommended.

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