Christina Harrison

The Fao Casa Gazette, UNITED NATIONS, Rome, Italy

Every so often (rarely) you chance upon an artist whose work is evidently a class apart from all others. Christina is one of those artists who deserve the world-wide recognition reserved for the few and select. Her gorgeous voice, her guitar and a wonderful collection of old and new songs celebrating her Scottish heritage will enhance your life like a glass of mellow red wine.  Having won my admiration and the whole-hearted seal of approval from Charity, my wife - a true lover of folk music and a tough critic to please, Christina's CD is a mandatory addition to your precious collection as is her first one EXILES. Don't miss them.

Irish Edition, Philadelphia, PA

"What's not to like when you take a superb voice and turn it loose on a Top 10 list of Irish and Scottish all-time favorites. You like Scottish? How about "Flower of Scotland," "Annie Laurie" "Scotland the Brave."? "Amazing Grace," along with a medley including "I Belong To Glasgow," and "The Northern Lights of Old Aberdeen"? From across the Irish Sea there is "Come By the Hills," "Danny Boy," and "Carrickfergus." " Enough? Well the most beautiful song on the album is the haunting "Ae Fond Kiss." I like it, I like it.