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DesertRose 
Posted: 08-May-2004, 11:25 PM
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Actually, I have been buying several CDs lately but wanted to share.

My one current is "Almost an Island" by Wolfstone! Wonderful CD and I highly recommend it.

I also bought the soundtrack from the movie, "The Alamo." Really beautiful music.

Anybody bought any new CDs lately that they would like to share?


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I have recently purchesed several CD,s and am looking forward to receiving in the next several day. But last night I had the great privalage of hearing live Bruce Davies......WOW he was really fantastic...purchesed 4 more cds and would travel to hear him again...he hails form Scotland.....the accent is wounderful and makes his stories even more authentic. If you have not gotten to hear him please do so your ears will be smiling as a friend of mine says. Bruce's web sight is brucedavies.com. good preformer.
Anothr preformer Ihave descovered is Mack Bailey. His is folk music and he is a tennor.... he was great as well. mack's web sight is mackbaliey.com
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Posted: 09-May-2004, 07:12 AM
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Wow! Lighthouse! Thank you so much for sharing! I will certainly keep my eyes and ears open for those artists!
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Posted: 09-May-2004, 08:50 AM
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I just picked up the new Moya Brennan "Two Horizons" and also 2 Natalie McMasters. I saw Natalie in concert Thursday night, here in New Jersey. If you get a chance to see her, you will have the best time. She can get you twitchin' in your seat. She's also very funny and loves talking with the crowd. Natalie has some really terrific musicians backing her up.
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Posted: 09-May-2004, 10:19 AM
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A CD I purchased recently is AN RAICÍN ÁLAINN, by Lasairfhíona Ní Chonaola.

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To get the pronunciation out of the way, 'An rack-keen ah-lin' is the debut album of 'Lah-sah-reena Nee Huneeluh'. Practice it a few times as it's a name you'll be hearing more of. An Irish Times plaudit for her contribution to Lights In The Dark, a collection of Irish sacred songs released in 1998, brought Lasairfhíona to the public eye. Irish TV and radio exposure followed, complemented by Italian and American awards for this album, released last summer.

Steeped in the tradition of sean nós (old style) singing from her birthplace of Inishere in the Aran Isles, her style nevertheless brings a fresh edge of modernity to a broad range of songs from the title track, learnt from her grandmother, to her own atmospheric spoken-word piece Oileán na Teiscinne. Unsophisticated in the best sense of natural, without self-conscious effort or superfluous ornamentation, Lasairfhíona's voice translates the Gaelic into a universal language that transcends the need for lyrical understanding.

A role call of some of Ireland's finest musicians including Máire Breatnach (fiddle, viola, piano), Mary Bergin (whistles), Pat Hargan (guitar) and Johnny McDonagh (bodhrán) provides the perfect vehicle for her emotional, ethereal voice. Listen to this album and you hear a pure breath of everything that is beautiful about Ireland.

Well worth a listen for those interested in pure Gaelic singing.


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Posted: 09-May-2004, 01:30 PM
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Sounds like some great music! Have to point MacFive over here about getting some more of this on Highlander Radio! biggrin.gif I've already added Moya Brennan's "Two Horizons" to my to-buy list.

Also, is it just me or does something not sit well with her phonetisized name? Seeing it, I keep thinking of the ship from Farscape. I liked reading the Gaelic spelling, so much more biggrin.gif I'm sure I'd be the same way about Enya too, had I the chance to get used to it


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Moya Brennan
do you like it?
I have a quick sense, got it 2 months ago
after her appearance on WFUV


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QUOTE (A Shrule Egan @ May 9 2004, 08:50 AM)
I just picked up the new Moya Brennan "Two Horizons" and also 2 Natalie McMasters. I saw Natalie in concert Thursday night, here in New Jersey. If you get a chance to see her, you will have the best time. She can get you twitchin' in your seat. She's also very funny and loves talking with the crowd. Natalie has some really terrific musicians backing her up.

Mike! I have a friend who saw Natalie MacMaster's in concert a few weeks ago. She said it was one of the best she attended!
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I've lost count how many times that I've seen Natalie MacMaster and I never tire of her shows.

Link to previous post with picture of Natalie MacMaster and my two oldest children. This picture is about 5 years old.



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What a great pic, Keltic! How lucky for your children as well! Thanks for sharing!
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Well, I just bought a new CD from our only own Barrdas! Wow! What a great CD! I have listened to it about 6 times already. It is really good and both are excellent singers and terrific musicians! I can't wait for their new CD. Not sure when that is coming out. I bet they are wonderful to see LIVE too!
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