March 20: Release of My New Album, “Pyrates & Pagans”!

It is with great pleasure that I announce the Vernal Equinox release of my new album, “Pyrates & Pagans”:

The long-awaited sequel to “Of Dragons and Unicorns,” Sable’s new offering of acoustic and acapella fantasy folk and filk music spans 13 years of collected songs, including some of her most requested pieces in live performances. Sable’s voice draws you into times long past and alternate futures, when buccaneers sail the seas, elves and adventurers pit their wits against fate, and gentle peoples quietly honour the earth. This album also features some contemporary pieces that speak directly to the human heart. Total tracks: 14 including bonus track. Total running time: 1 hour, 2 minutes, 6 seconds.

Track List:
1. Calling Quarters
2. Me and Bobby the Priest
3. Imbolc Invocation
4. Lady Isabel and the Elf Knight
5. St. Patrick’s Rune
6. The Dark Lady
7. The Green Fields of France
8. Fields of Athenry (with Erin McRoy)
9. The Queen’s Dirk (with Chad McLeary)
10. Sink the Vengeance (bonus)
11. Lullaby: An Apology
12. Releasing Quarters
13. Sun and Moon and Star
14. The Other Side of the Mirror (Live)

Includes bonus track “Sink the Vengeance” and three videos: “The Green Fields of France,” “Sink the Vengeance,” and “The Other Side of the MIrror (Live)”. Pre-order of Pyrates & Pagans includes immediate download of 1 track in your choice of high-quality MP3, FLAC, or other formats. A link to the complete album will be emailed to you the moment it’s released.

Pre-order Now $8.50 CAD or more

Hard copy CDs will also be available as of the release date (March 20, 2013) for $10 each plus shipping, but they will not be available for preorder.

I will be uploading some of the songs to ReverbNation over the next couple of days so that you can sample them too if you wish.

Thanks for your support!

Blessed be,
Sable

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  1. Pingback: In Honour of International Talk Like a Pirate Day – “The Dark Lady” by Sable | Confessions of a Geek Queen

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