Clannad - The Celtic Voice download album
- Album: The Celtic Voice
- FLAC: 1526 mb | MP3: 1656 mb
- Released: 1997
- Style: Celtic
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Clannad – The Celtic Voice. Label: BCI Music – 40934-2.
Clannad - The Celtic Voice Lyrics SongMeanings! Album Lyrics and Tracklisting.
Clannad – The Celtic Voice. Label: Madacy Entertainment – CC-2-6528. Series: Celtic Collections –. Format: CD, Compilation, Ecopak.
Clannad at the 2007 Celtic Connections festival in Glasgow, United Kingdom. Clannad won a BAFTA for their 1984 Legend, the soundtrack for the Robin of Sherwood series. In 1998, Clannad were awarded a Grammy award for their latest studio album, Landmarks. Peak chart positions.
Celtic Fusion Celtic New Age Celtic Pop Ethnic Fusion Contemporary Celtic Celtic. Gentle Intimate Laid-Back/Mellow Literate Melancholy Reflective Calm/Peaceful Restrained Soothing Wistful.
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Celtic Collections" - Clannad. Celtic Collections was a 1996 compilation release by K-Tel Records in Ireland. It was the same compilation that had been released in 1988 and 2002 under the name The Collection and also in 2003 under the title The Very Best of Clannad. It contained the track In a Lifetime. Recorded in 1985, Bono joined Irish band Clannad on the song In a Lifetime, which was initially released on the album Macalla in 1985
Lore is a studio album by the Irish folk group Clannad. It was re-issued in 2005 with the Cantoma mix bonus track of "Croí Cróga". Lore was greeted with great acclaim by music critics worldwide, often stating that this was one of Clannad's greatest recordings. 4. Compilation albums. Pastpresent is a compilation album by Irish folk group Clannad, released in 1989. Three singles were released to promote the compilation: "The Hunter", "In a Lifetime" (re-issue) and the band's only double A-side "Hourglass"/"Theme from Harry's Game".
Used by permission of ARC Records. There's no bigger news in Celtic music than the first new studio album by Clannad in 15 years. The Grammy-winning family band from Donegal began the trend of backing lush Gaelic vocal harmonies with shimmering synth pads back in the 1980s. They rode that formula to major success on the charts, to collaborations with Bono, to TV themes such as Harry's Game and Robin of Sherwood, and finally to the GRAMMYs, where they won in the New Age category for 1998's Landmarks
|2||Éirigh Suas A Stóirín (Rise Up My Love)|
|3||By Chance It Was|
|4||Fairly Shot Of Her|
|7||Teidhir Abhaile Riú|
|8||DTigeas A Damhsa|
|9||Siúil A Rún|
|12||Éirigh Is Cuir Ort Do Chuid Éadaigh Cóiríu|
|13||Coinleach Ghlas An Fhómhair|
|14||Cucanandy/The Jug Of Brown Ale|
- Copyright (c) – K-Tel Music & Entertainment Ltd.
- Distributed By – Madacy Entertainment
- Design – Paul Rattigan
- Photography [Cover] – Tom Kelly
- Photography [Disc] – Walter Pfeiffer
NotesLicensed from Gaeil Linn
Made In Canada
Distributed in Canada by Madacy Entertainment Group, Inc.
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- Barcode: 0 56775 65282 1