Lucy's albums are on iTunes, or you can purchase them here as CDs
WHERE MORNING DAWNS AND EVENING FADES (2019) CD £10
This new album from Lucy Bunce, released under the GingerDog Records, is a recording of mostly original worship songs written in 2018.
Track list: Daily I choose; Glorious things the Lord has done; Lead me to the rock; Where morning dawns and evening fades; Forever welcome; God of majesty; The Lord's my light, my salvation; I arise through the strength of heaven; To the Father who made me; Goodness of God
SOMEWHERE BETWEEN THE WORDS (2016) CD £10
Recorded under GingerDog Records this eclectic mix of folk, jazz and celtic makes for a vibrant listen. Elegant, timeless and interesting - everything you want from an album. Lucy is joined by Barry Hart (voice/guitar), Matt Hart (guitar), Kevin Duncan (keys/percussion), and Mike Haughton (winds).
Track list: Bright Morning Star; Holy overshadowing; The Turtle Dove; Carnavon Castle; Moments of pleasure; Other people's lives; Somewhere between the words; Under African skies; What we look for in Winter; The night visit
PENNY ON THE WATER (2010) £7
Lucy writes 'These are songs I love to sing from 'Penny on the water', the first song I sung to an audience aged about four, to 'On a hill near Coln St Aldwyns' written just a few weeks before going into the studio. Lucy is joined by Barry Hart (voice/guitar) and Julian Wiggins (winds)
Track list: Penny on the water; My love is like a red red rose, People who made me me, Bring me a boat, Trouble in these fields, Sylvie, Beauty is a restless child,Candlemass eve, Across the great divide, On a hill near Coln St Aldwyns, Simple Gifts, Bright shining and new
BRIGHT MORNING STAR - SONGS FOR CHRISTMAS (2017) £10
Recorded live in St Andrew's, Cherry Hinton, under the GingerDog label, Bright Morning Star is an album of re-imagined Christmas favourites, alongside some unexpected twists.
Track list: Bright Morning Star, Away in a manger, In dulci jubilo, I wonder as I wander, Peace to you, The holly and the ivy, The Shepherd's song, The seven joys of Mary, Jesus Christ the apple tree, Merry Christmas everyone
MAY THE RAIN FALL SOFTLY (2008)
May the rain captures the essence of Lucy's live performances. Harp and voice were recorded live with additional vocals and instruments added as overdubs. Lucy is joined by Julian Wiggins (flute/clarinet/ saxophone/keys)
Track list: Deep peace, Boots of Spanish leather, On a bus to St Cloud, Ancient words, Shadow of the Almighty, The daughter of Megan, Come away with me, Take my life, Underneath the stars, Celtic blessing