Song Road

Song Road

$18.95

Song Road is a folk/celtic/world recording produced by
fiddle wizard and multi-instrumentalist Jaron Freeman-Fox
the protege of Teresa’s long time producer the late Oliver Schroer.
Teresa is a seasoned performer with years of vocal exploration
under her belt. Jaron is a young, exciting, fearless inventor.
Together they’ve created a sonic road trip
for the musical adventurer.

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Song Road is a folk/celtic/world recording produced by
fiddle wizard and multi-instrumentalist Jaron Freeman-Fox
the protege of Teresa’s long time producer the late Oliver Schroer.
Teresa is a seasoned performer with years of vocal exploration
under her belt. Jaron is a young, exciting, fearless inventor.
Together they’ve created a sonic road trip
for the musical adventurer.

“The songs were inspired by my travels and conversations with
campesinos in Mexico, working and singing with farm women in
the fields of Kenya, smoking salmon on the Yukon River and lazing
on the beach in Cuba. Jaron and I share an interest in Celtic tunes,
Gaelic aires, East Indian music and latin grooves. He was able to
capture my curiosity about how other cultures use their voices
while keeping firm footing in the songs and stories of my native
Prince Edward Island, Canada.” – Teresa

Track Listing:

01|Girl on the Dunes|Teresa Doyle
A young Basque girl is suspected of witchcraft on Prince Edward Island in 1723.|4:09
02|Jimmy’s Jig|Teresa Doyle
For Jimmy Doyle, the man who loved the fiddle. I grew up hearing my Dad ‘jigging’
fiddle tunes. Satchmo once said the Irish invented scat singing!|2:44
03|Gone Down River|Teresa Doyle
Written for Dawson City rogue, fisherman and prospector Ronnie MacPhee.|3:07
04|Maggie Lachlin’s Last Storm|Teresa Doyle
Based on a true story from 1923. Weather shaman Maggie Lachlin predicted
the storm of the century.|5:01
05|A Chuachag Nam Beann
A traditional ‘waulking’ song from the Outer Hebrides.|3:56
06|Loka Samasta
East Indian chant ’May all living beings be happy’. From my studies in The Yoga of Sound.|3:30
07|Lazy Holiday|Teresa Doyle
Written in Cuba. I love, love, love the tropics.|4:33
08|Un Destino Nuevo|Teresa Doyle Spanish lyrics Kat McKernan
Inspired by conversations with activists in Mexico.|4:52
09|Song Road|Teresa Doyle & Jaron Freeman-Fox
Inspired by working & singing in the fields with Kenyan women.|2:57
10|Song for Kate|Teresa Doyle
Remembering my friend Kate Poole.|3:54
11|Caoineath Mhuire
Mary’s Keening, an ancient Irish keening song.|5:57

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