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Album artwork for Archangel Hill by Shirley Collins
Album artwork for Archangel Hill by Shirley Collins

One of the most important voices in British folk music Shirley Collins returns with Archangel Hill, her third album for Domino. It showcases another peerless collection of songs chosen by Collins, some from traditional sources but others from favourite writers of hers.  Produced by Ian Kearey - Shirley Collins’ musical director - the arrangements were shared between Collins, Kearey, Pip Barnes, as well as Dave Arthur and Pete Cooper, players from The Lodestar Band. 

All of the songs on Archangel Hill were recorded last year except for “Hand And Heart”, which was taken from a live performance at the Sydney Opera House in 1980 and features an arrangement by Shirley’s beloved and talented sister Dolly Collins. 

Shirley Collins

Archangel Hill

Domino
Album artwork for Archangel Hill by Shirley Collins
LP

£24.99

Black
Released 26/05/2023Catalogue Number

WIGLP494

Album artwork for Archangel Hill by Shirley Collins
LP +

£27.99

Green Grass

Released 26/05/2023Catalogue Number

WIGLP494X

Album artwork for Archangel Hill by Shirley Collins
CD

£9.99

Released 26/05/2023Catalogue Number

WIGCD494

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

Shirley Collins

Archangel Hill

Domino
Album artwork for Archangel Hill by Shirley Collins
LP

£24.99

Black
Released 26/05/2023Catalogue Number

WIGLP494

Album artwork for Archangel Hill by Shirley Collins
LP +

£27.99

Green Grass

Released 26/05/2023Catalogue Number

WIGLP494X

Album artwork for Archangel Hill by Shirley Collins
CD

£9.99

Released 26/05/2023Catalogue Number

WIGCD494

Usually dispatched in 5-10 days

One of the most important voices in British folk music Shirley Collins returns with Archangel Hill, her third album for Domino. It showcases another peerless collection of songs chosen by Collins, some from traditional sources but others from favourite writers of hers.  Produced by Ian Kearey - Shirley Collins’ musical director - the arrangements were shared between Collins, Kearey, Pip Barnes, as well as Dave Arthur and Pete Cooper, players from The Lodestar Band. 

All of the songs on Archangel Hill were recorded last year except for “Hand And Heart”, which was taken from a live performance at the Sydney Opera House in 1980 and features an arrangement by Shirley’s beloved and talented sister Dolly Collins.