Loreena McKennitt – Lost Souls (2018) [FLAC 24 bit, 44,1 kHz]

Loreena McKennitt - Lost Souls (2018) [FLAC 24 bit, 44,1 kHz] Download

Artist: Loreena McKennitt
Album: Lost Souls
Genre: Folk, Celtic
Release Date: 2018
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 44,1 kHz
Duration: 47:58
Total Tracks: 9
Total Size: 521 MB


1-01. Loreena McKennitt – Spanish Guitars and Night Plazas (06:41)
1-02. Loreena McKennitt – A Hundred Wishes (04:34)
1-03. Loreena McKennitt – Ages Past, Ages Hence (05:27)
1-04. Loreena McKennitt – The Ballad of the Fox Hunter (05:48)
1-05. Loreena McKennitt – Manx Ayre (04:03)
1-06. Loreena McKennitt – La Belle Dame Sans Merci (06:09)
1-07. Loreena McKennitt – Sun, Moon and Stars (04:34)
1-08. Loreena McKennitt – Breaking of the Sword (05:30)
1-09. Loreena McKennitt – Lost Souls (05:09)


Loreena McKennitt’s first release of original material since 2006, Lost Souls is a rich and culturally eclectic recording, which one has come to expect from this unique artist. It is a rich tapestry of contemporary thoughts woven with threads from the Celts to the Bedouins, stitched with the sounds of a diverse collection of musical voices, including nyckelharpa, oud, kanoun, a military band and flamenco guitar. An exotic musical journey like no other. The album is available worldwide on May 11th.”I chose to collect and complete this poesy of songs being reminded of the maze of days when they were born.
Upon listening, I reflect on the many hours spent with a glorious feast of musicians, deep in the beauty of the English Wiltshire countryside.

Some of these songs were begun years ago. At times, they have felt like Lost Souls, not having found a home on any of my previous recordings. Like unexpected travellers, they appeared on the path of previous journeys. While some of these songs have no direct connection to my pursuit of the history of the Celts, they are eager to find a resting place nonetheless. Like the hymn Amazing Grace, ‘I once was lost, but now am found’.
I think of a vagabond, who when wandering the street late at night, was stopped by a policeman and asked why he was out so late, to which he replied, “if I knew the answer to that question I would have been home hours ago.”

Perhaps we are not lost, just taking a long time returning home.” (Loreena McKennitt)

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