Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Folk, World Music, Pop, Rock
Highlights includes 'Day In A Boat', 'Nothing But the Sun', 'The Mighty Atlantic / Mara Theme', 'Things That Are', 'Road And The River', 'Meadhan Oidhche Air An Acairseid', 'The Wedding', 'The Dancing Floor', 'Thairis Air ... more »
Highlights includes 'Day In A Boat', 'Nothing But the Sun', 'The Mighty Atlantic / Mara Theme', 'Things That Are', 'Road And The River', 'Meadhan Oidhche Air An Acairseid', 'The Wedding', 'The Dancing Floor', 'Thairis Air A Ghleann', & 'Lighthouse'. Lineup features Donnie Munro (vocals), Rory MacDonald (bass, accordion and vocals), Malcolm Jones (guitar, accordion, midi pipes, hurdy gurdy, whistle and jaws harp), Peter Wishart (keyboards), Iain Bayne (drums), Calum MacDonald (percussion and vocals) with Andy Shepherd (sax), Joe Locke (vibes), Royal Scottish National Orchestra, Glasgow Hebridean Gaelic Choir, Lorna Bannon, Billy Rankin, Amanda Lyon and Lisa Sinclair (b/vocals). Chrysalis. 2005.
The best of Runrig to date.
email@example.com | 03/04/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The old flair of history, passion and rock come together in this trip from the Higllands to the sea. This is a gentile dose of Runrig with more of a folk feel that rock. Worth having in your collection if you enjoy a rock and roll feel to your celtic music."
A complete emotional roller-coaster, tears of joy, tears of
firstname.lastname@example.org | 03/29/1999
(4 out of 5 stars)
"It never lets go - from the off it grabs you by the eyeballs and by the hairs on the back of your neck. I defy anyone not to be moved by the word and music paintings on offer here. Espescially the most quiet and spine tingling song ever by this band of constant surprise. If you listen while driving - watch your speed!! You will drift over that limit with no consciousness.Buy it - be transported to the silver sands, the seagulls, the waves - the tranquillity of Western Scotland."
Not their best, but -WELL- worth the purchase
email@example.com | Valley Head, Alabama USA | 12/03/1999
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Although this album was not as fast-paced as what I've come to expect of Runrig, it is still worth purchasing. These songs are more sad than passionate but they are grand, nonetheless. My brother (Lowell) introduced me to this genre of music in '89 and I've bought everything I could since. I've yet to be disappointed, even through 14 albums. **WARNING** Expect to change the way you look at Scottish history."