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Posted: 04-Feb-2004, 11:47 PM
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I got two new Capercaillie CDs in the mail from Amazon last night: Delirium and Beautiful Wasteland! Absolutely beautiful as all their CDs, but think of the two I am partial to Beautiful Wasteland! thumbs_up.gif


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I finally, finally got my "To the Moon" CD. This has been back ordered since Christmas and I can see why it was on back order. This CD is excellent. I could listen to it all day and night. It is so wonderful!
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Hiya Rosie!

We've got to quit meeting like this! My wife might get jealous! wink.gif

Once again I find that we have a common interest! I love Capercaillie also. I have 6 of their albums:

Crosswinds
Sidewaulk
Beautiful Wasteland
To the Moon
Dusk Till Dawn The Best of...
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Of the 6, I think Beautiful Wasteland is my faorite also! Some of my favorite songs are Fisherman's Dream, M'Ionam, Nl s I nGr, Ailein Duinn, The Price of Fire`, Coisich A Ruin, Outlaws, Waiting For the Wheel to Turn, and Mi Le M' Uilinn from Karen's solo album (which I don't have yet, but hope to get!)

It's really cool when I sit down to listen to one of their Gaelic songs and suddenly a word or lyric that I never understood before becomes clear to me! Makes me kinda glad to be a' learning the Gaelic!


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Hiya Allen!

Hey! My husband may get jealous too! wink.gif laugh.gif But it is great running into you!

I have 6 of Capercaillie's CDs too!

I have
Dusk till Dawn, The Best of....
Beautiful Wasteland
Too the Moon -- my favorite thumbs_up.gif
The 45 -- my favorite thumbs_up.gif
Delirium
And one I cannot remember the name of, but it is mostly reels and such.

Do you like Runrig? I love them too! Have about 5 of their CDs as well.
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Posted: 20-Apr-2004, 08:20 PM
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I've only heard one or two of Runrig's songs, not really enough to form an opinion just yet, and those were a long time ago... Know of any sites were I can here a song or two?

I forgot to list one of my other favorite Caperaillie song, Muladach Mi Is Mi Air M'Aineol. This is one of the first songs I ever heard by them, and probably my favorite. I like to sing it to babies!
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Allen, just look up on google for Runrig and that will take you to their site. You can also access some of their music on Amazon.com. I bet you would love their music too.

I also bet with your knowledge of Gaelic you can sing along with Capercaillie and Runrig! thumbs_up.gif
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Tapadh leat a ghridh!
Thanks dear!

I will look up the Runrig site when I have some time! You're right, I do enjoy singing along with Capercaillie! And Mary Jane Lamond! Even though I don't always understand all of the words, its great pronunciation practice for me!
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Allen, here is one of the many Runrig sites: http://www.runrig.co.uk/
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