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Album Review

Credited to Stewart as a solo artist, this one features Gerry O'Beirne handling much of the accompaniment and production work. With some great songs, plus a few sappy ones, it's a beautiful album on balance.

Customer Reviews

Celtic genius at work...

Andy M. Stewart remains for me to be one of the best singers of Celtic music around today. The album remains for me to be one of his best. Three songs in particular remain in my top Celtic favourites. "Gaberlunzie Man" is a wonderful listen, with various instruments and Stewart's own wonderful singing voice blended in a wonderful tune. "Listen to the People" is a much quiter song, played simply and well by Stewart's vocals, accompanied only by a single guitar. The lyrics are poignant and expertly chosen to bring a point across. And finally, "Man in the Moon" is a beautiful song that should be especially listened to when one decides to look up at the night sky and admire what's up there. I know because I did precisely that.

Biography

Born: 1952 in Alyth, Perthshire, Scotland

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

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The musical traditions of Ireland and Scotland have been extended through the singing and tenor banjo playing of Andy M. Stewart. A former member of Silly Wizard, Stewart has continued his musical exploration through several solo albums and recordings with such influential Celtic players as Manus Lunny, Gerry O'Beirne, and ex-Silly Wizard bandmates Phil Cunningham and Martin Hadden. In addition to interpreting the traditional ballads of Ireland and Scotland, and the...
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