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Posted: 15-May-2007, 08:43 PM
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Buy this CD. You will love it.

It's not the traditional Scottish folk fare that has made Bruce popular on several continents. Instead, this is a glimpse into Bruce's amazing songwriting talents along with covers of a couple of really wonderful songs that really complement Bruce's compositions.

Which are my favorites on this album? That's such a hard question!

* Climb Your Mountain -- you'll get goose-bumps when you hear the full expanse of Bruce's Welsh vocal heritage

* Will You Take Me Back Again Someday -- one of my personal favorites (thanks, Sandra!)

* Monday Night in Nashville -- you will feel the songwriter's struggle

* The School Nativity Play -- this song will keep you giggling for days!

* What's the Use of Wings -- Bruce covers a gorgeous song that will inspire you

* Forever Again -- if you've ever felt the angst of a relationship that's struggling, this song will lift your spirits and give you hope

* Smoky Mountain Wishes -- Where else would a Tennessee Hillbilly girl want to hear Bruce sing, if not in Scotland?

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