Country of origin:
Type of music generally:
Traditional Celtic folk
Most recent release, Suilean Dubh (Dark Eyes), 1999
Early Capercaillie, other soft Celtic traditional music
Soft Celtic folk sung in Gaelic with lovely harmonies. A little sweet for many tastes but if you like lovely harmonies and gentle takes on traditional music (not new age-y, just subdued and pretty), this is for you. (Neile)
Recommended first album:
rù-rà is the only one we've heard
1995--Lochshore, KLUB Records, 9 Watt Road, Hillington, Glasgow G52 4RY, Scotland--CDLCL 1231
Available in U.K. and U.S. stores that carry independent releases
Recommended for fans of Celtic folk
Steve Lawrence--percussion, bodran, congas
Donald Shaw (Capercaillie)
The second album by an upcoming Scottish band. Produced by Donald Shaw (of Capercaillie) and in the same vein as that band's earlier albums but with dual lead vocals. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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