Sarah Calderwood - Wild Mountain Thyme
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A track from the groundbreaking new album 'As Night Falls' from Australia's stunning Celtic singer, Sarah Calderwood.
- I loved it and it inspired me to try and play it on my steel guitar... what a lovely voice and sung with feeling.... nice one!
- Definitely makes you want to get up into those distant mountains. ☺
- So proud to sing this in Chorus. :]
- Wonderfully sentimental.
- We sang this at my Choir director's funeral and it's so beautiful, makes me cry every time...
Rest in Peace, Eileen Hower, December 30 1960-December 2 2012
Why did you have to go lassie go?
- Love Ya Katie,plus she missed two verses out.Lovely voice though.
- This song makes me cry instantly! Everytime!
- scotland 2014 its our country, time to take it back oh yes .
- There's always room for interpretation in folk songs
- Charming x
- Absolutely brilliant! go lassie go!
- @katied19,with a voice of the angels Sarah can sing whatever she wants--- ,just stunning
- it's not a tower it's a BOWER!!
- Thak you, Sarah. This is a wonderful rendition.
- it is the most beutiful song ever 8)
- just heard this sing for the first time on radio as i was falling asleep, had to wake up and youtube it in case i forgot the lyrics by morning, breathtaking song!
- Hi, his name is Kevin Higgins and lives in Brisbane, hope this helps!
- I wasn't offened I was just suprised any one would comment truth is this song has been done by a lot of people the first Time I heard was on ocapella in a clip for Neighbours Drews Funerals . it can be done as either jaunty or moody I like the moody vertion best . this vertion is moody I will have to look for the woman you recommened
- I Didn't put this down did I ? no. I just commented that some times people can take away emotion away from a song by using to many instruments and yes it happens a lot the wrong music arraignments can may what should be a emotional song into something that no longer has any feeling to it . imagine what would happen if you took the flight of the bumble bees used to show the speed of a solo pianist and use more then one piano it would lose any emotion or integrity
- this is by far one of the best adaptions of this song I have ever heard. for once there wasn't to much acoustic and her voice sounds natural with strong emotion its almost like some singing it to friend on moors of Scotland.
- Does anyone know who is playing the pipes in the middle?
- heard this on ABC .... love it.... beautiful