9 Songs, 47 Minutes

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Apple Digital Master

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Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
42 Ratings

42 Ratings

Aiw Boojum ,

A maturing artist

As a singer myself I can tell you that Loreena McKennitt's voice isn't what it used to be--her low register and high register are fine but the middle where they meet is difficult for her, especially the transition between the two. I noticed it on her last album as well. However, the songs in this album are so lovely, particularly the title track, that it has become one of my favorite McKennitt albums. The songwriting seems less inspired by folk music and world music and is now more personal. Everything is warm and peaceful, but always tinged with melancholy and sorrow. Deeply touching.

Pharoah2011 ,

In a turbulent world we need this.

Loreena McKennitt returns with music that will soothe your soul. At a time in history, we so much chaos and hate - let this envelop you. Much needed.

~balletbeauty~ ,

Heartfelt and Moving

It's been 12 years since Loreena has released an original album. This album is both heartfelt and moving. While not as capitvating as her albums in the '90's, Lost Souls still captures my heart. While similar in ebb and flow as well as sound to her earlier works in the 80's, it holds a fresh and more experienced sound. Stand out tracks to me are, "Ages Past, Ages Hence", "The Ballad Of the Fox Hunter", "Manx Ayre", and especially the title track. Very moving. Thank you Loreena for blessing us with your beautiful heart.

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