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The Scottish folk singer SHELAGH MCDONALD may be more interesting for her story than for her music, although her wispy and emotive style of folk-rock was both timely and well-received during the late-sixties/early seventies folk revival in both Great Britain and the U.S.

McDonald's records featured supporting artists from the likes of FAIRPORT CONVENTION, THE PENTANGLE, FOTHERINGAY, MIGHTY BABY and the legendary CENTIPEDE project.

Shortly after recording her second album McDonald disappeared from public view, leaving behind a mystery that remained unsolved until she became aware of a renewed interest in her music and walked into the offices of the Scottish Daily Mail in 2005 to tell her story. Like too many artists of her day McDonald was deeply affected by a bad LSD trip and had retreated to her parent's home in Scotland, where she remained until the early eighties when she met her current partner Gordon Farquhar. McDonald and Farquhar began to retreat from society entirely in the mid eighties and eventually adopted a nomadic lifestyle that consisted of traveling the countryside living out of a tent with little contact to the outside world. Though McDonald stated during the 2005 interview that she was working on new material, she vanished once again shortly afterward and no further significant contacts have been made.

>> Bio by Bob Moore (aka ClemofNazareth) <<

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Let No Man Steal Your Thyme: AnthologyLet No Man Steal Your Thyme: Anthology
Castle Music UK 2005
Audio CD$85.78
$26.98 (used)
Mooncrest Records UK 1999
Audio CD$24.40 (used)
Mooncrest Records UK 2000
Audio CD$29.99
$11.74 (used)
Album by Shelagh McdonaldAlbum by Shelagh Mcdonald
Cool Sound
Audio CD$220.76
Stargazer by Shelagh Mcdonald (2014-02-12)Stargazer by Shelagh Mcdonald (2014-02-12)
Strange Days
Audio CD$469.10
Let No Man Steal Your Thyme by Shelagh Mcdonald (2005-05-31)Let No Man Steal Your Thyme by Shelagh Mcdonald (2005-05-31)
Audio CD$162.40
Album by Mooncrest Records/SmgAlbum by Mooncrest Records/Smg
Mooncrest Records/Smg
Audio CD$252.71
Vinyl$500.00 (used)
Import · Remastered
Cool Sound 2005
Audio CD$98.88
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