If you’re a Spotify newbie, here’s how to expand your Listening Library…
Click at Charmas to hear our current albums and singles plus have Spotify include future Charmas releases in their lists of new music suggested for you.
(Note: clicking the heart does not subject you to any additional solicitation. It just means Charmas’ future releases might appear in your usual sidebar lists.)
Click while sampling any playlist below to add it to your Listening Library..
CREATED FOR YOU by CelticBuzzMama…
High-energy, mostly instrumental music from Scotland, Ireland, Norway, Sweden, India, Canada, Africa, Latin America, and any place else fusion is happening.
The St. Patrick’s Day Special. Delight your friends who’ve heard Paddy And The Barrel too many times. Also great for your Monday morning commute.
Smooth, energizing, mostly instrumental music you will enjoy hearing time and time again.
Cheaper than coffee and healthier for your brain. Road-tests between Salt Lake City and Nevada have proven this energy-packed polyrhythmic music will keep you wide awake while driving.
More great playlists DISCOVERED on Spotify…
CONCEPT ALBUMS make excellent playlists!
One pitfall of playlists is that they distract listeners from hearing a band’s entire album as it was meant to be enjoyed – which, in the case of “concept albums,” is a real bummer. Just think of The Beatles “White Album” or Pink Floyd’s “Dark Side of the Moon,” to understand why CelticBuzzMomma recommends listening to both Charmas albums from start to finish. Clicking adds any album to your Library, the same as if you were adding a playlist.
Remember that clicking on any band name above takes you instantly to all the albums and singles available on Spotify from that artist.
You can also use Spotify to binge-sample your favorite songs and tunes. For example, have fun comparing all these interesting variations of a single work performed by different artists…
She Moved Through The Fair (Irish or Scottish love ballad)
Spancil Hill (Irish-American immigrant’s ballad)
The Auld Triangle (Irish prisoner’s lament)
The Maple Leaf Forever (Canada’s original national anthem, before Oh Canada)
Pipeline (classic surf rock first recorded by the Chantays)
Want CelticBuzzMama to add your music to her playlists?
1. FIRST LISTEN CAREFULLY to make sure your music is a good fit.
2. THEN FOLLOW the playlist you want to join by clicking its
3. THEN SEND your suggested Spotify link(s) to Contact