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Enya Import


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (Oct. 25 1990)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Atlantic / Wea
  • ASIN: B000008FEA
  • Other Editions: Audio Cassette
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)

1. The Celts
2. Aldebaran
3. I Want Tomorrow
4. March Of The Celts
5. Deireadh An Tuath
6. The Sun In The Stream
7. To Go Beyond (l)
8. Fairytale
9. Epona
10. Triad: St. Patrick/Cu Chulainn/Oisin
11. Portrait
12. Boadicea
13. Bard Dance
14. Dan Y Dwr
15. To Go Beyond (ll)

Product Description

ENYA Enya (Scarce original 1986 US 15-track New Age/Atlantic label CD for the debut album [later re-released as The Celts]. The album features music written and recorded for the soundtrack of the BBC documentary television series The Celts this was not released until the series was first broadcast. This version is issued with a black bordered picture sleeve and barcoded tracklisting back insert)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Distant Voyageur on April 22 2004
Format: Audio CD
This self-titled release from Enya was recorded for a 1986 documentary called "The Celts" and was heard on the documentary. This album unfortunately was not noticed in public when first released which is a shame because this is a really beautiful and haunting album. The only problem I have is that it's very short. This original album runs at only 39 and a half minutes and leaves you wanting more.
This album has been out of print for a long time but was re-issued as "The Celts" in 1992 with new artwork. The biggest difference between this and it's re-issued version is that the song "Portrait(Out of The Blue)" is very short and runs at less than one and a half minute where as the version on the 1992 re-issued "The Celts" has the song extended to over 3 minutes with a new melodic part inserted and it improves the song by a longshot. The album cover on here is black and white.
This version of "The Celts" is more for the completists or to provide yourself with a back-up copy of "The Celts" but on a musical scale this is a really beautiful album.
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69 of 69 people found the following review helpful
A true gem but this version is unnecessary. April 22 2004
By Distant Voyageur - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This self-titled release from Enya was recorded for a 1986 documentary called "The Celts" and was heard on the documentary. This album unfortunately was not noticed in public when first released which is a shame because this is a really beautiful and haunting album. The only problem I have is that it's very short. This original album runs at only 39 and a half minutes and leaves you wanting more.
This album has been out of print for a long time but was re-issued as "The Celts" in 1992 with new artwork. The biggest difference between this and it's re-issued version is that the song "Portrait(Out of The Blue)" is very short and runs at less than one and a half minute where as the version on the 1992 re-issued "The Celts" has the song extended to over 3 minutes with a new melodic part inserted and it improves the song by a longshot. The album cover on here is black and white.
This version of "The Celts" is more for the completists or to provide yourself with a back-up copy of "The Celts" but on a musical scale this is a really beautiful album.
13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
beautiful, sooothing Dec 26 2008
By H. Bresser - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I recommend this because it is upbeat while beautifully soothing at the same time. I love playing Enya in the background. It's positive not dreary. Highly recommend it!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Must have Feb. 13 2012
By Jane in Milwaukee - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I remember being startled when I first heard this CD. The singing was like nothing I'd ever heard and the sound is still so fresh. I have all her CD's and this was the first. Great introduction!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Enya Jan. 20 2013
By Craig Connelly - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This was her second album and it is self titled , if you love Celtic Music or Enya get this .
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Three Cheers for Leaving Clannad Nov. 4 2012
By Christopher - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
After Leaving Clannad (the family band) with her producer Nicky Ryan, Enya created this gem. This album is actually one of my favorites because of the range of emotion conveyed. While it may all sound a little sad and quiet, she truly communicates a temperament like no other. "I Want Tomorrow" is a perfect example of that. It is a love song, however sounds more like a bossy tragedy. I love the somewhat separate stories that can be told in the music and in the lyrics. Quite magical really and I highly recommend it! (Also get "Enya" instead of "The Celts". They are almost identical since "The Celts" was a reissue of "Enya", however I prefer "Enya"'s pretty album artwork better)


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