Cara Elizabeth Dillon (born 21 July 1975, Dungiven, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland) is an Irish folk singer. In 1995, she joined the folk supergroup Equation and signed a record deal with Warners Music Group. After leaving the group, she collaborated with Sam Lakeman under the name Polar Star. In 2001, she released her first solo album, Cara Dillon, which featured traditional songs and two original DillonLakeman compositions.
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Cara Dillon is the debut solo album from the Irish folk artist Cara Dillon. It was recorded at The Firs, producer/partner Sam Lakeman's parents' house. There were also recordings made in County Donegal, Ireland. The album was mixed by John Reynolds (Sinéad O'Connor, Damien Dempsey). It contained nine traditional songs Dillon had known since her schooldays and also had two original songs "Blue Mountain River" (which was released to radio in Ireland) and "I Wish I Was". All songs by Dillon/Lakeman, except: 7 & 8 (written by Dillon/Lakeman). Black Is the Colour" – 4:04. Donald of Glencoe" – 5:32.
Cara Dillon (born 21st July, 1975, in Dungiven, Northern Ireland) is an Irish folk singer. Over the years, Cara has sung with Oige, De Danann, folk "supergroup" Equation with the Lakeman brothers and and Kathryn Roberts and Polar Star with her husband Sam Lakeman. She released her first solo album in 2001. uk, Twitter, MySpace. The Redcastle Sessions (DVD-V, Album, PAL).
Cara Dillon, Frome, Somerset. Internationally acclaimed and award winning Irish Folk singer. Alongside a selection of favourites from her previous releases, Cara will be performing material from her latest album Wanderer. Here is the opening track, ‘The Tern And The Swallow’. June 19 ·. Sam and I have a few shows over the coming days.
Top 10 Cara Dillon Lyrics. Watching this, it's no wonder that Cara has been critically acclaimed the world over for her innovative and heartrending renditions of traditional classics such as " Black Is The Colour" and " The Streets Of Derry" plus original songs including "There Were Roses", " Never In A Million Years", "Bold Jamie" and "I Wish You Well"
Cara Dillon's voice is the most beautiful sound that has ever touched my eardrums and this DVD showcases her talents in a very special way. The production is much the same as the Transatlantic Sessions - masterfully done. I bought a PAL compatible DVD player just to play this disc. However, it is an ALL REGION DVD, and I had no trouble whatsoever playing it on my inexpensive Philips DVD player. Only if you have an old DVD player may this not play, because most DVD players (even inexpensive ones) can convert from the PAL format.
The Redcastle Sessions is a DVD featuring live performances by folk artist Cara Dillon of songs from her first three solo albums, as well as previously unreleased songs and songs for inclusion on her fourth solo studio album. The DVD was filmed on location in a converted hospital at Redcastl. mage: Cara dillon the redcastle sessions. Mary Dillon, is a folk singer from Northern Ireland, known for her work with the traditional band Déanta.