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Wednesday, August 19, 2020

Shirley Collins - "Heart's Ease In Firle (live)" [Rock & Alternative]

Heart's Ease In Firle (live)

"Heart's Ease In Firle (live)" music video by Shirley Collins
Added: 19-08-2020
Genre : Rock & Alternative
Description : Shirley Collins - Heart's Ease In Firle (Live)

The new album, 'Heart's Ease', out now on Domino.
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Shirley Collins - Vocals
Ian Kearey - Electric & Twelve String Guitars, The Instrument
Pip Barnes - Six String Guitars

Directed by Grant Gee
Recorded & mixed by Al Scott
Camera Operators: Grant Gee, Adam Tidd &Alfie Gee
Editor: Grant Gee
Producers: Grant Gee & Karen Johnson

Thanks to Rev, Peter Owen-Jones


Shirley Elizabeth Collins MBE (born 5 July 1935) is an English folk singer who was a significant contributor to the English Folk Revival of the 1960s and 1970s. She often performed and recorded with her sister Dolly, whose accompaniment on piano and portative organ created unique settings for Shirley's plain, austere singing style.

She returned to recording and in November 2016, Collins released Lodestar, her first new album in 38 years. Earning two BBC Radio 2 Folk Award nominations for the work, considered her best by some, she found this late success highly improbable, saying: “I never believed it could happen. It’s a bit of a miracle, really.”

Lodestar was followed in July 2020 by another album of new material, entitled Heart's Ease. The album included re-recordings of some songs she had sung in her twenties, such as "Barbara Allen". In a five-star review, The Guardian described it as "...a more confident follow-up [to Lodestar]", saying, "The veteran singer’s comeback really takes wing with this impeccably judged set." 

Tags : 2020, 20s, Shirley Collins