Sabbat – 2015

Damh’s latest album – if the 2012 album Antlered Crown and Standing Stone album was a more reflective collection of music (with, of course a number of rousing Pagan anthems!) this new collection of songs harks back to Spirit of Albion and The Cauldron Born. The anthems have a folk-rock feel, and the ballads have even more depth and meaning. The inclusion of the classic folk song Scarborough Faire and a cover of Lady in Black by Uriah Heep makes this an album that will surely please old and new fans of Damh’s music alike.

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Lyrics and ‘making of’ links are below.

Sabbat

The Wicker Man

Scarborough Faire

On the Shoulders of Giants

Iron from Stone

Lady in Black

When You Were Born

Forgotten, Never Be

Time Machine

Thundersbarrow Hill

Antlered Crown & Standing Stone – 2012

Damh’s seventh CD and the first album of Damh the Bard original songs since The Cauldron Born. It opens with the title track, a typically rousing anthem in honour of the Pagan Horned God of Nature. From there we go into Under a Beltane Sun, a song so catchy you can’t help but sing along. A duet with Eala on the retelling of the tragic tale of Branwen in Branwen’s Lament cannot fail to touch the heart. The album finishes with an 8 minute epic retelling of the story of Ceridwen and Taliesin. This album is set to become another classic.

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Lyrics and ‘making of’ videos

Antlered Crown and Standing Stone

Under a Beltane Sun

Brighid

Branwen’s Lament

Sons and Daughters (of Robin Hood)

The Dreaming

The January Man

Silent Moon

Down in the Garden

Cerridwen and Taliesin

As Nature Intended – LIVE – 2010 – Download Only

Damh’s sixth CD – This live album was recorded at Witchfest International at the Fairfield Halls, Croydon – it’s a classic performance of some of Damh’s most popular songs, stripped bare, naked, As Nature Intended.

The bonus track is a dramatised version of Damh’s popular piece of prose The Horned God – An Unofficial Biography, where he gives a voice to the ancient Pagan Horned God, and he tells His tale.

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Also available from iTunes.

Song Listing

Song of Awen

Lady of the Silver Wheel

Pagan Ways

Hills they are Hollow

Merlin am I

Gently Johnny

Spirit of Albion

Obsession

Anarchy in the UK

Bonus Track:

The Horned God – An Unofficial Biography

Tales from the Crow Man – 2010

Welcome traveller. It’s a beautiful Summer’s day, just right to sit here in this field of corn and listen to the voices of the past…

These songs (apart from the Green Fields of France and Wild Mountain Thyme) are modern interpretations of classic folk songs. The source of these songs lay with the great folk song collectors such as Cecil Sharp, Francis James Child, and the Copper family. These are songs that were transmitted through word of mouth, songs of the lower classes, music with no known composer.

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Lyrics

The Crow Man

Twa Corbies

Patapan

Cutty Wren

Matty Groves

Hal an Tow

Bonny Black Hare

Green Fields of France

The Two Magicians

Selkie of Sules Skerry

The Parting Glass

Wild Mountain Thyme

The Cauldron Born – 2008

Damh’s Fourth CD.

Packed with more rousing anthems, and firm live favourites performed in front of many audiences since the release of Spirit of Albion in 2006; the beautiful duet with vocalist Eala onWillow’s Song; and Damh’s seasonal offering for the Winter Solstice On Midwinter’s Day are just some of the highlights.

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This album is also available for download from iTunes

Lyrics

Land, Sky and Sea

Green and Grey

Willow’s Song

The Cauldron Born

On Midwinter’s Day

Only Human

Tomb of the King

Imramma (A Soul Quest)

Lughnasadh Dance

Pagan Ways

Spirit of Albion – 2006

Damh’s third CD. The title track is another rousing Pagan anthem, and firm live favourite, the beautiful duet with vocalist Eala on Morrighan, and the haunting ballad about the changing seasons The Wheel are just some of the highlights.

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Lyrics

Spirit of Albion

Taliesin’s Song

When I Become the Moon

The Wheel

Noon of the Solstice

Morrighan

Save Me

Oak, Broom and Meadowsweet

The Sun and the Rose

Domeanna

Isis Unveiled

The Winter King

Hills they are Hollow – 2003

Damh’s follow up to Herne’s Apprentice re-enforced his position as one of the leading solo Pagan folk singer/songwriters. Hills they are Holllow contains the anthemic title track, the orchestral Lady of the Silver Wheel, and a rousing rendition of the folk classic John Barleycorn.

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Lyrics

Hills they are Hollow

Lady of the Silver Wheel

John Barleycorn

Grimspound

Ever with Me

Only Son

The Mabon

The Voyage of Bran (instrumental)

Samhain Eve

The Greenwood Grove

Merlin am I

Land of the Ever Young

Herne’s Apprentice – 2002

Damh’s debut recording contains the classic live favourites Song of Awen, Obsession, Raggle Taggle Gypsy andCloak of Feathers.

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Lyrics

Song of Awen

Obsession

Blodeuwedd

Fith Fath Song

Cloak of Feathers

Gently Johnny

Raggle Taggle Gypsies

Lughnasadh

Pipes of Pan

Learning to Fly

The Selkie

Winds of Change