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Postby tom » Thu Sep 16, 2004 11:30 pm

Billy Idol - License to Thrill

Chris Isaak - Wicked Games

Clannad - Clannad 10 & 7 are a killer
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Postby wonky_eggs » Fri Sep 17, 2004 4:10 pm

tom wrote:Clannad - Clannad 10 & 7 are a killer


"An tOileán Úr" and "An Pháirc" are great tracks indeed, Clannad 1 is a classic album!
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Postby Grania » Fri Sep 17, 2004 5:00 pm

Let's hear it for Clannad (the first one)!!! Beautiful stuff!

Most of my lastest albums have been Clannad or Moya, but here are the main ones anyway:

Clannad - Anam
Máire Brennan - Whisper the Wild Water
Enya - A day without Rain
Bill Whelan - Riverdance, Music from the show
Broken String - Memoire Celte vols 1&2 (French band, traditional Irish music)
Clannad - Banba

(I think that's about it :mrgreen:) Slán, enjoy the music - Grania
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Postby nessieq » Fri Sep 17, 2004 6:20 pm

okay, mind if i put some sinlges on here too?
i bought recently ;
keane - bedsahped(single)
clannad - "the celtic voice"
celtic collection 4 cd box set (a FIVER in woolies! BARGAIN!)
the essential adiemus.

that's all for now, be cause i'm broke.
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Postby AndyPandy » Fri Sep 17, 2004 6:26 pm

Adiemus, class! ;) Not one of my recent purchases but very very good music. :)
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Indeed!

Postby cantilena91 » Fri Sep 17, 2004 8:01 pm

AndyPandy wrote:Adiemus, class! ;) Not one of my recent purchases but very very good music. :)


Here is another very BIG Adiemus fan, having all their 5 albums... Not exactly like Enya/Moya, but very nice anyway!

Also, the former Adiemus soloist Miriam Stockley has made 2 stunning solo albums, "Miriam", and "Second Nature", worth for listening if you are a Moya fan!

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Postby Nigel » Fri Sep 17, 2004 8:29 pm

I would list all the singles i have just brought recently. But
i wouldn't want to bore you with a long list. So heres a rough estimate
of the singles i have brought in the last month or so.

Enya - about 12 singles (One of Enya's singles, i paid £20 for)
Moya - 3 singles
Enigma - 5 singles
The corrs - 10 singles
Dido - 4 singles
Other - 10 - 15 singles

MUSIC MAD BUT MUSIC GLAD :mrgreen:

A lot of these were either brought off ebay or HMV.
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Postby Anna » Sat Sep 18, 2004 12:05 pm

skippy wrote:Cara Dillon - Cara Dillon


I adore Cara's second album Sweet Liberty. Songs like High Tide, Bonny Bonny and Broken Bridges are true gems.

I haven't bought a CD for more than two months (I'm out of money) but last Saturday I won an album:

Western Approaches by Steve Knightley, Seth Lakeman & Jenna Witts.

Steve is one half of the folk duo Show of Hands, Seth is Cara Dillon's brother-in-law, a talented violinist, guitarist and singer, Jenna is a 16-year-old singing sensation. I have heard only two songs from the album but I love them and I believe the album will be bloody brilliant!
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Postby wonky_eggs » Sat Sep 18, 2004 5:50 pm

nessieq, singles are welcome!

I've been a bit naughty with my wages this month (it's most of my family's birthdays this month, so I'll be totally penniless by the end of the month no doubt).

I bought Spiritualized's "Amazing Grace" album yesterday. I haven't listened to it yet, but I've suddenly become a big fan the last month or so. For some reason my friend playing a few our their records about six years ago hit me and I realised I should buy a few albums and now I'm addicted.

Joni Mitchell's latest compilation (yes, two in one month!) arrived in the post today. "Dreamland", Joni's latest choice of songs spanning her full career (last month's "Beginning of Survival" was 1980's & 1990's; "Hits" & "Misses" both only covered up to 1994). Some great songs which are not really given the attention they deserve such as "Dreamland"; "Furry Sings the Blues"; "Come in from the Cold" and the recent orchestral version of the gorgeous "Amelia" - well worth a listen. I love Joni so much, and all thanks to Moya for doing covers of "Big Yellow Taxi" and "Both Sides, Now" and sparking my interest enough for a friend to convert me. Cheers Moya!

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Postby nessieq » Sat Sep 18, 2004 7:35 pm

hey folks.
was on town today and i bought

altan - another sky (really good album, even though i've only listened once or twice...)
and the best of the fureys. haven't listened to it yet, kinda thinking of saving it and giving it to my dad for christmas, he's really hard to buy for.
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Postby skippy » Sat Sep 18, 2004 11:56 pm

Thanks Anna - I'm definitely going to try Cara Dillon's Sweet liberty now :)
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Postby gregoing » Sun Sep 19, 2004 2:00 am

Well, I haven't posted yet because I really haven't gotten many new albums to think of EXCEPT for these few!

All 3 of Mark Schultz's albums
All 3 of MercyMe's albums

I'm probably forgetting a few! Oh, well!

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Postby kackie » Sun Sep 19, 2004 3:57 am

Hmmm... I don't buy CDs much 'cause I just listen to them when I borrow them from the library. I believe that the last I bought was Tim McGraw's "Everywhere" CD. It came out a long time ago, but I love the song "One of These Days Your Gonna Love Me." Very sad and contemplative song. :( Borrowing from the library most recently, though, was quite an assortment:

A Clannad CD "Banba"
The Cranberries "To the Faithful Departed: The Complete Sessions"
Sixpence None the Richer "Divine Discontent"
Lonestar's new album "Let's Be Us Again"
Crystal Gayle's Greatest Hits
Celine Dion "One Heart"
Celine Dion "The Colour of my Love"
Entertainment Weekly hits of 198- (?) Don't remember the year it was, but it had "Gloria" by Laura Branigan on it!!! Love that song!!!
Eurythmics Greatest of

Oh boy, the list goes on and on!
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Postby Garbo » Sun Sep 19, 2004 5:20 am

Last album: A Mighty Wind soundtrack
also bought Simon and Garfunkel Greatest Hits, Elton John's Greatest Hits and an Aerosmith album for vinyl, but I gave my record player to my sister. :cry:
Otherwise listening to loads of opera and plotting the murder of pop singers.
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Addition to my collection...

Postby cantilena91 » Sun Sep 19, 2004 6:15 am

I have just been enjoying this very, very much!

Artist: Catrin Finch
Album: The Harpist
Comment: A Welsh harpist (former Royal Harpist to the Prince of Wales) shows what she can REALLY do with her harp!!

Another recommendation is Catrin's other album Crossing The Stone. Splendid!!!

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