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People Like Me

For the country music album, see People Like Me (Rhett Akins album). For the rock song, see People Like Me (song).
People Like Me
Alyth
Released 2009
Recorded 2008
Genre Scottish folk, Celtic music
Label Navigator Records
Alyth chronology

An Iomall
(2000)
People Like Me
(2009)

People Like Me is a studio album by Scottish traditional singer Alyth, and is also her second studio album. The album features much of Alyth's live band, as well as her partner and members of Scottish folk band Lau. The album features fewer songs in Gaelic than her previous album and collaborations. It was recorded in both Ireland and Scotland.

Track listing

  1. Nuair Bha Mi Og (4:57)
  2. The Queen & The Soldier (5:00)
  3. The voices set (puirt) (4:39)
  4. The beautiful Lie (3:10)
  5. Dh'fhag e gun chadal am dhusgadgh mi (5:00)
  6. Neptune (3:56)
  7. A Mhairead Og (3:29)
  8. Til Morning will come (3:00)
  9. Chadil mi raoir air an airigh (4:26)
  10. I wonder whats keeping my true love tonight (5:03)
  11. a smugglers prayer (4:44)
  12. mo ghaol oigfhear a chuil duinn (4:07)
  13. people like me (5:02)

External links

  • Official website
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