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Page Artiste Andy Irvine

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  • CD (2 août 2004)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B0002LNNLK
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Amazon.com: 3.6 étoiles sur 5 5 commentaires
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Andy Irvine is a wonderful and creative musician 7 avril 2016
Par SNassif - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Andy Irvine is a wonderful and creative musician. All his albums have something new to offer, and this album is no exception. His playing on various instruments is superb, and his singing just sounds genuine. A true voice of Ireland.
2.0 étoiles sur 5 Two Stars 20 octobre 2016
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Format: CD Achat vérifié
It wasn't what I expected.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Some good, some bad. 30 juin 2005
Par FloridaCelt - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Four or five of the tunes on this cd are good--such as "The Boys are on Parade," "You Wouldn't Believe it's True," "Gladiators," and maybe "Born in Carrickfergus." But other than these, the others are rather lacking. Some of the others I always skip. "The Highwayman" stinks. The others aren't memorable in the least. However, although it isn't exactly the best cd I've gotten before, a couple of these songs are of good quality. If you want to have a cd to play in the background, this would be good, but if you want real good quality cds, perhaps try Old Blind Dogs, Silly Wizard, and some of the Battlefield Band's cds.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Still Excellent 28 août 2001
Par Scott Brennan-Smith - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
The previous reviewer was a bit harsh on this record. The surprise about this record is how good it is considering the apparent demise of Irvine's band Patrick Street and what had seemed like a decline in Irvine's powers of late. I was thrilled to see a new studio solo album by Irvine and fully gratified when I heard it. Here are all of his strengths honed over a lifetime of musical exploration. Yes, Irvine continues to sing the truth about the lives of the underclass in his "old left" ballads, among the best of the songs here, I might add. That an artist champions values other than success and glamour and "winning," is still refreshing no matter how many times he sounds that string. Irvine doesn't need to break new ground to put out an excellent recording; he's done that aplenty and all of it still shines here. Despite its lack of surpise this album is still excellent. Oh yes, and I find the version of the "Highwayman" deeply moving despite myself, perhaps not for the somewhat overdramatic narrative but for the power and emotion of Irvine's voice, which still brings me to the brink even after all of these years. I guess I'm an incorrigable fan thrilled to have yet another Irvine recording after I'd long given up hope.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 in the Irvine tradition 23 avril 2001
Par Jerome Clark - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Veteran Irish folk singer Andy Irvine delivers a typically accomplished recording with no surprises. As usual there are the politically oriented, occasionally preachy originals (e.g., "Gladiators") and covers (Marcus Turner's "When the Boys Are on Parade"), reflecting Irvine's sentimental Old Left sympathies. More interesting are some reworked traditional pieces. His version of "The Girl I Left Behind," with a portion of the lyrics either written or rediscovered by Irvine (his notes are not entirely clear on the point), transforms this lyric folk song/sometime march into a ballad. Another high point is the Australian convict song "Moreton Bay." Irvine's most successful original, the comic "They'll Never Believe It's True/Froggy's Jig," about a musician's encounter with fairies, takes its inspiration from any number of Irish tales ("memorates," in folklorist language) told as true. On the other hand, perhaps the world could do without yet another recording of Alfred Noyes's poem "The Highwayman" -- surely the least inspired song choice here, and more than nine minutes long at that.
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