Wood, Fire & Gold

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All Music Guide - Jim Brenholts
Kim Robertson approaches the Celtic harp as a lover. Her touch is gentle and subtle and she accompanies her silky ministrations with velvet-soft vocals. Wood, Fire & Gold is a set of original and traditional tunes from Celtic, French, and early American heritages. It is a musical collage of many colors and deep acoustic atmospheres. Robertson's production team, led by Eric Segnitz and Peter Buffett, has fashioned those atmospheres on traditional and modern symphonic instruments. The string section, including Segnitz on solo violin and fretless bass, paints wonderful sonic pictures. The acoustic soundscape always comes back to Robertson -- her harp and her voice. This ...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Jim Brenholts
Kim Robertson approaches the Celtic harp as a lover. Her touch is gentle and subtle and she accompanies her silky ministrations with velvet-soft vocals. Wood, Fire & Gold is a set of original and traditional tunes from Celtic, French, and early American heritages. It is a musical collage of many colors and deep acoustic atmospheres. Robertson's production team, led by Eric Segnitz and Peter Buffett, has fashioned those atmospheres on traditional and modern symphonic instruments. The string section, including Segnitz on solo violin and fretless bass, paints wonderful sonic pictures. The acoustic soundscape always comes back to Robertson -- her harp and her voice. This strong effort will appeal to fans of Lisa Lynne, Dudley Evenson, Patricia Spero, and Constance Demby. It is essential for practitioners of holistic new age dogma.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/17/1996
  • Label: Dargason Records
  • UPC: 036901011944
  • Catalog Number: 119

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Eleanor (5:51)
  2. 2 Anamchara (3:37)
  3. 3 Bells of Paris (4:25)
  4. 4 Som-Som Béni (3:50)
  5. 5 Dance of the Lambs (2:24)
  6. 6 Wondrous Love (4:44)
  7. 7 L' Amour Trouvé (5:03)
  8. 8 Crossing the Bridge (4:30)
  9. 9 Alayi (3:54)
  10. 10 Anamchara (Reprise) (3:18)
  11. 11 Loch Tay Boat Song (5:25)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Kim Robertson Primary Artist, Primary Artist, Harp, Vocals
Dan Armstrong Double Bass
Mike Giacobassi Violin
Paul Gmeinder Cello
Timothy Klabunde Violin
Helen Reich Viola
Eric Segnitz Violin, Conductor, Talking, Fretless Bass Guitar
Karen Smith Violin
William Helmers Clarinet
Steve Yeager Percussion
David Stallsmith Double Bass
Ralph Bruner Guitar
William Barnewitz French Horn
Linda Donahue English Horn, Oboe
Scott Kreger Double Bass
Robin Petzold Violin
Brek Renzelman Viola
Sang Shen Violin
Zzino Vs Accelerator Track Performer
Technical Credits
Peter Buffett Engineer
Joemy Wilson Executive Producer
Randy Bobo Engineer
Eric Segnitz Arranger, Producer
David Vartanian Engineer
Wallace Lewis Composer
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