Country of origin:
Isle of Man (British Isles)
Type of music generally:
Traditional music from the Isle of Man
Most recent solo release, Ta'n Dooid Cheet/Beneath the Twilight (1994)
Alas, her web site seems to have disappeared
Christine Primrose. (Neile)
Very pure, clear voice and instrumentation, soft and smooth. (Neile)
Recommended first album:
Ta'n Dooid Cheet/Beneath the Twilight is currently her only full-length album
1994—Manx/Celtic Productions, PO Box 4475, London, SW19 5XD, U.K.—EMCD1
Available in U.K.
Recommended for lovers of pure, traditional folk. (Neile)
Emma Christian—vocals and harp
Steve Coren—synthesizer (Oikan Ayns Bethelehem)
Lovely, gentle, haunting music. Pure, but not New-Age-y. (Neile)
Emma Christian also contributes to Narada's 1995 release, Celtic Voices: Women of Song (Narada ND-63921)
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