An Exciting Compilation Album for Haiyan Disaster Relief Fund by Artists from Northern Ireland

A collection of songs by local musicians in Northern Ireland supporting Unicef’s disaster relief efforts in the Philippines following Typhoon Haiyan. Featuring tracks from Gareth Dunlop, The Jepettos and more….

News flash! The friends of The Celtic Music Fan in Northern Ireland have compiled an album supporting the Haiyan disaster relief fund in the Philippines.  These are local artists with world class talents. All the songs in this album are worth a listen. They are all amazing they all stand out. There are many styles involved in this collection. These are soul-stirring original tunes carefully chosen to fit the concept of this album.

Songs for the Philippines – a collection of songs supporting the Haiyan Disaster Relief Fund (UNICEF) appeared on the 22nd of November 2013, on the bandcamp site of  Laura Stevenson Christmann(she reminds me of the very young Judy Collins) who organized this project, along with Eve Williams. Artists who appeared are Gareth Dunlop, The Jepettos, Andrew Fairfowl, Paul Mcilwaine, Wes Grierson, Darryl Hannah, Eve Williams, Stephen Dunwoody, Wookalily, Sean MacLeod, Ludwig O’Neill, Laura Stevenson Christmann.

There is however one unifying style in this album that I am sure will make you buy it-Van Morrison. Yes if you are a fan of his music then you will certainly like this album.

 

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7 thoughts on “An Exciting Compilation Album for Haiyan Disaster Relief Fund by Artists from Northern Ireland

  1. Fabulous site, Baxter! Your heart and soul reach out to your beloved Philippines with beauty and love. I wish you endless success in this. ❤

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  2. Baxter, I wish you much success in this most worthy venture. Your selfless dedication to the plights withing the Philippines is inspiring. They are never far from my thoughts. I hope you are well and taking care of yourself too. You are dearly missed in other venues but your grace in the face of such adversity is so honorable.

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