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8 thoughts on “ The Golden Ball - Clannad - Landmarks (CD, Album)

  1. Nov 03,  · The Golden Ball (Remastered in ) · Clannad · Mel Collins · Vinnie Kilduff · Ian Melrose · Ian Parker Landmarks ℗ Sony Music Entertainment UK .
  2. Clannad's particular mix of Celtic, pop, and ambient styles is in fine form on this album, with no lapses in performance. They're as smooth as ever, and they should be after so many years together. While their more pop-oriented songs, such as "Court to Love" and "The Golden Ball," are pretty but unexceptional, Clannad really shines on the more traditional songs/5(49).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Landmarks on Discogs. Label: BMG - ,RCA - • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: Europe • Genre: Pop, Folk, World, & Country • Style: Folk Rock, Celtic, Folk/5(6).
  4. Jun 29,  · This is a great song of the Landmarks album. Could not find this one on youtube so decided to upload. Clannad - The Golden Ball YouTube; Siúil, a Rún (Irish Love Song) - .
  5. Clannad really shines on the more traditional songs. The track “Fadó” (translates as Long Ago), demonstrates the influences of old Celtic history on Clannad’s music. Máire Brennan’s voice has never been more beautiful or controlled, and ‘Landmarks’ is a fine effort all around.
  6. Landmarks is a studio album by Irish folk group Clannad. It was released in A remastered recording was released February 22, , by RCA Records. It includes a remix of "An Gleann" by Cantoma. Landmarks garnered Clannad their first ever Grammy Award at the awards, for Best New Age Album, after two previous nominations.
  7. Landmarks, an Album by Clannad. Released 3 March Genres: Celtic Folk Music, Celtic New Age.
  8. Clannad is an Irish musical group from Gaoth Dobhair (pronounced, Gwee-Dore), County Donegal, Ireland. Their music has been variously described as being folk music, new age, and primbalnedipmofulpiducmonsrenlidi.cod are Máire Ní Bhraonáin (Moya Brennan), Ciarán Brennan, Pól Brennan, Noel Duggan and Pádraig Ní Bhraonáin (Enya Brennan), Máire's sister, used to be a member of the group in the.

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