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  • Cassette (1 janvier 1998)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Shanachie
  • ASIN : B000000E6Z
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Spaceflights over Glens and Bens 9 juin 2009
Par Philip S. Wolf - Publié sur
Format: CD Achat vérifié
When I discovered the music of Clannad in the mid-eighties, while living in Northern Scotland...I discovered musical riches.

This live CD of the early days of the band, is my favorite recording from this western Irish family of two brothers, one sister snd two cousins. With the fantastic vocals of: Maire N i Bhraonain, front and center surrounded by a million strings, reeds and percussion, this timeless music from the Emerald Isle. These tunes are as clear and sparkling as a mountain stream. Most of the songs are in the gaelic tongue, and the music is a cross between ancient and modern stylings.

The music performed is so happy and free that you forget just how tight and precise this musical family plays. To call this music: "uplifting" would be an understatement. This CD is a joy to listen to, and it it always sounds fresh and new, everytime I play it. And there is a surprise with the very last track on this disc: "Nil Se'n La" that is a 10 minute workout of rock & jazz, that sounds like a Jethro Tull tune streched to the outer limits of the galaxies....Amazing music, my only wish would be to hear more of what these wonderful musicians produced for their concerts.
Five Stars !!!
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Format: CD Achat vérifié
If you close your eyes you can almost imagine seeing them in person!!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Wonderful Live Performance of Folk-Era Clannad! 6 août 2000
Par Barron Laycock - Publié sur
Format: CD
The music featured in this live album by Clannad back before they went contemporary and became internationally famous is mostly Gaelic folk oriented, and is a wonderfully acoustic treat featuring with all the amazing virtuosity this very musically-talented extended family of sisters, brothers and uncles from a small village in rural Ireland is noted for. Although I enjoy their newer work, I am always drawn back to this particular album as well as several other folk albums they produced in the late 1970s. From the opening frets of the traditional ballad "Bhean A Ti" to the stirring instrumental "Fairies Hornpipe Off to California" to the evocative and dramatic "Neansai Mhile Gra" sung with singular emotion by Maire O'Brennehan, this album showcases the group at the apex of their folk powers, and they never make a false step here.
My own personal favorites are "Planxty Burke", a wonderful harp instrumental work written by a legendary Irish harpist named Paulin O'Carolin, and "Down By The Sally Gardens", which is a poem by William Butler Yeats put memorably to melody in this cautionary song sung both in English and Gaelic about the fateful dangers of not living one's life in the present moment. The final song, "Nil Se'n La", is the group's signature song, their first hit, and is a gorgeously improvised Gaelic song with an extended instrumental section. All of the songs included are wonderful, and I was lucky enough to see a well-produced BBC production of the concert including these as well as other songs caught live over the airwaves of BBC-1 when I lived near London for a while in the early 1980s. Whenever I hear the album I remember the gorgeous Celtic countryside and the time I spent in Galway along the Irish coastline. This is authentic Gaelic folk music at its best! Enjoy
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Amazingly clear gaelic vocals 30 janvier 2000
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Format: CD
I was given a recording of this album years ago and it continues to be one of my all-time favorites. It's simple. It's unpretentious. It dips into jazzy fusion at points, but, being a concert album...and a small venue it must have been....there's little in the way of 'theatrical' tricks with the sound mixing. All we hear is pure, clear music crowned by heavenly female vocals......I recommend all Clannad fans buy this album in order to understand Clannad.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 this is the best clannad album!!!!! 18 mars 1999
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Format: CD
I first bought this album in Ireland 20 years ago. It is there best, most lyrical and melodic. You need to own this one, but not so the other albums
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