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Posted: 16-Jul-2011, 07:34 AM
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From the first note of Songs of Highlands, Islands and Home! Charlie Zahm captivates, and he doesnít stop until the last note fades away. Charlie beautifully blends both fun and serious songs to show a deep love for his Scottish and Irish heritage. With this incredible album, the listeners are taken to different parts of the Celtic nations, from the spectacular Mull of Kintyre to the rolling hills of England, and too many places in between and itís all done through the power of the voice. Charlie draws the listener to these magical places through his rich, baritone voice.

Charlie Zahm sings (and plays) songs that range from traditional to musical theater, and he adds his own unique sounds to make each piece sound new and original. Songs of Highlands, Islands and Home! is a fantastic album and a must have for anyone who has a music library...

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