We’ve just posted a new video of Liz Clarke’s beautiful atmospheric version of the traditional folk song “Red Red Rose”.
The song features a sparse guitar arrangement which was written, performed (and produced) by Paul Mcilwaine and it perfectly backs Liz’s trademark pure and clear vocals.
This is the 2nd video of a song taken from her latest album DESTINY which features a wide range of musical styles and genres, including one other equally beautiful traditional folk song.
The album (and this song) is available from all major music download sites worldwide and also on CD from this website (click on this link): http://planktonrecords.co.uk/discography/destiny/
To view the video, click on the link: http://youtu.be/NK7n8SzCqUQ
The brilliant KingsStock Festival which takes part in Cambridgeshire annually have posted a great video to YouTube showing this year’s fantastic line up of performers.
Amongst those featured are our very own ECHO who will be playing on the big stage at 5.00pm on Saturday 30th August and they’d love to see you there.
Here’s the link to the video so you can check out the great line up of artists for yourself: http://youtu.be/EEN-JkAVZz8
Don’t forget, Echo’s great album “Bought Not Souled” is available on every major music download and streaming site Worldwide and also on CD from this website: http://planktonrecords.co.uk/discography/bought-not-souled/
Liz Clarke has topped a listeners & Facebook poll of top female blues artists run by our friend Jolly Roger (no, it’s not a pirate radio station!). Thanks to everyone who took the time and trouble to vote for Liz.
Don’t forget her new album “Destiny” is out now and is available from all leading music download sites worldwide or on CD from this website http://planktonrecords.co.uk/discography/destiny/
You can listen to the whole of Jolly Roger’s radio show by clicking on the following link, but if you want to hear Liz’s song then go to 1 hour 24 minutes. http://jollyrogeruk.podomatic.com
Plankton Records band ECHO recently visited the south coast to play a gig in a Costa Coffee in Portsmouth. They filmed and posted this video diary which shows the glamourous life of the band on the road and some quality in-car entertainment (if you ignore the ‘singing’ of Greg the bass player/driver). Smell that coffee and watch the video – expresso https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t-CSg5_xXsc&feature=youtu.be
Another on-line review of the new Plankton Records album, “Destiny” by Liz Clarke has been posted by our good friend Geoff at UK site Never For Nothing.
Geoff is a good (and honest) friend of ours and in this review he gave Liz’s album a rating of 7 out of 10. You can read the full review here http://neverfornothing/2014/06/07/review-xtra-liz-clarke-destiny-sings4him/
The album is available on every major music download site Worldwide (such as iTunes and Amazon) and it is also available on CD from this website. You can hear track excerpts and order the CD by clicking on this link: planktonrecords.co.uk/discography/destiny
The first on-line review of the new Plankton Records album, “Destiny” by Liz Clarke has been published by UK CCM website Louder than the Music.
The great review gave Liz’s album a rating of 4 out of 5. You can read the full review here (which also includes direct links to the UK and USA iTunes and Amazon sites) : http://louderthanthemusic.com/document.php?id=4360
The album is available on every major music download site Worldwide and it is also available on CD fro this website. You can hear track excerpts and order the CD by clicking on this link: planktonrecords.co.uk/discography/destiny
The new Plankton Records album, “Destiny” by Liz Clarke was released on Monday 12th May. The album is available on CD (from this website) and on all major digital music download sites WORLDWIDE.
The album was made with producer and multi-instrumentalist Paul Mcilwaine, who worked with Liz on her previous solo album ‘Path of Dreams’ and it features 10 new recordings, 9 of which are original songs written by Liz and Paul and one cover of a classic show tune that Liz loves!
You can hear track excerpts and order the CD by clicking on this link: planktonrecords.co.uk/discography/destiny
Here’s some direct links to the album on major store sites (album is also available on other major sites and from all other territories Worldwide)
iTunes UK: itunes.apple.com/gb/album/destiny
iTunes USA: itunes.apple.com/us/album/destiny
Amazon UK: www.amazon.co.uk/Destiny-Liz-Clarke
Amazon USA: www.amazon.com/Destiny-Liz-Clarke
Top UK CCM website Louder Than the Music have posted a great article about the upcoming Plankton Records album “Destiny” by LIZ CLARKE. The article also features a link to the first song video from the album for the song ‘It Will Be Alright’.
“Destiny” is released Worldwide on all leading music download sites (including iTunes & Amazon) on Monday 12th May. The album will also be available on CD from this very website!
Click on this link to read the article http://louderthanthemusic.com/document.php?id=4339
An old friend and supporter of Plankton Records, Keltic Ken in the USA, has just re-posted a link to a telephone interview he did with our very own Vivienne Neville for his radio show. In it, amongst other things, they talk about Vivienne’s association with Durham Cathedral and what it’s like to lead worship in such a beautiful historic building
You can listen to the interview by clicking on this link http://www.celticchristianspirit.com/vivienne-neville.html