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TinkerMonroe
« on: February 05, 2007 09:42:35 AM »

Money is tight and my boy's birthday is 10 days after Valentine's Day. I figured I'd make Valentine's Day a more of a handmade holiday (as it should be!) and save my money for a rockin' bday gift  Grin

To start I was thinking two CDs: one punk-ish and one celtic-ish.  No prob with the punky one, I have some songs and there have already been lots of great discussions on here.  I am, however, lost when it comes to Celtic type music.  Looking for lots of suggestions!

Here's a bit of background: he is really really into his Scottish heritage.   He is teaching himself to play the bagpipes, and has been fairly successful.  He loves any music with bagpipes (I'll defiantly be including Amazing Grace I think, one of his faves). He is also trying to teach himself Gaelic.  So any songs in Gaelic would be wicked good.  I know he likes Ashley MacIassic, Mary Jane Lamond, and Patricia Murray.  And loves any excuse to wear his kilt.  We've been together just over 3 years.

In a nutshell, if you know any songs that would fall into the Celtic category that would be considered love songs or have a romantic theme that would be great!
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« Reply #1 on: February 07, 2007 05:14:22 AM »

Will ye Go Lassie Go - really nice Celtic love song
Banks of the Roses - Barra MacNeils

I live in Cape Breton and have quite a Celtic CD collection. I'll go through and try to help you out some more.
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« Reply #2 on: February 08, 2007 02:38:26 PM »

I have two!

Dougie Maclean--She will Find Me
Solas--The Unquiet Grave  This one is rather sad, like Clementine.

I hope that helps.  Good luck!
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