Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
CEILI RAIN (Say "KAY-Lee")
Ceili Rain is a Celtic-influenced pop/rock band. In addition to the traditional pop band anchor of bass, drums and guitar, the seven-piece unit also features fiddle, accordion, tin whistle, uillean pipes, Irish flute and ... more »
Ceili Rain is a Celtic-influenced pop/rock band. In addition to the traditional pop band anchor of bass, drums and guitar, the seven-piece unit also features fiddle, accordion, tin whistle, uillean pipes, Irish flute and Highland pipes.
Trust me--get this one
NotATameLion | Michigan | 06/15/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I've written a few reviews on Amazon...but this one is aimed squarely at YOU.Whoever you are...take my word (you'll thank me later)...GET THIS CD! It is one of the handful of discs that I can look you in the face and honestly tell you is GREAT...nay..this disc will change the way you see life.The ten songs on "say-Kay-lee" each tell a story. Some are humorous, some are moving, some just rock. None of them fails to interact with the listener. From "That's all the Lumber You Sent" to "Peace Has Broken Out" to "Love Travels"...all of them are five star (as we say here in the Amazon) songs.I cannot encourage you enough to get this CD. I am overjoyed that Amazon has finally added it to its catalogue...I've been waiting awhile to tell you about it. Trust me. Get this one. It is well worth it."
Fun, Energetic, Different Music
Kenneth Gross | Philadelphia PA United States | 10/26/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I went to see Ceili Rain live one night, and was treated to a very energetic and eclectic group of artists and instruments. Ceili Rain is a celtic folk/rock band whose songs are loaded with a degree of energy that is so much fun to listen to. Besides the standard acoustic and electric guitar, drums, bass, they also include flute, accordian, bagpipes, and violin. Somehow, everything comes together perfectly uncluttered. When I blast this CD, my roommates can't help but look at me funny as I hop around the room to the tune of bagpipes and pipe flutes. That is how I know this music is truly great and different, because my roommates hate it. (They have no taste in music)."