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|1. The Celts|
|3. I Want Tomorrow|
|4. March Of The Celts|
|5. Deireadh An Tuath|
|6. The Sun In The Stream|
|7. To Go Beyond (I)|
|10. Triad: St. Patrick/Cu Chulainn/Oisin|
|11. Portrait (Out Of The Blue)|
|13. Bard Dance|
|14. Dan Y Dwr|
|15. To Go Beyond (II)|
Reissue of Enya's debut album from 1986, on which she perfected the spectral vocals and Celtic musical textures that were to bring her platinum on Watermark . Includes one song, Portrait , remixed for this re-release.
Born Eithne Ni Bhraonain, this classically-trained pianist was kid sister in the musical family that became Clannad, joining the Irish band in 1979 but dropping out amicably three years later to pursue her own muse. This music, produced in the mid-'80s as the soundtrack to a BBC series, was released as her debut in 1987 and promptly ignored--yet its mix of atmospheric soundscapes and Enya's lush, layered vocals, sung in both English and Gaelic, is the template for her subsequent global hits, beginning with Watermark the following year. --Sam Sutherland
Right in line with her other recordings in regards to composition and performance. My third album from Enya.Published 2 months ago by Alpina Roadster-S
This is the first Enya CD I ever bought. It sold me and I have been a big fan ever since. Every song is a winner.Published on June 26 2004 by M. Alther
Supposedly, listening to Mozart's music helps you concentrate, retain information and give you a calm, balanced state of mind. Read morePublished on May 25 2004
This is a gorgeous CD. The music beautifully reflects the Celts, from it's fiesty brutality to it's lovely and inspiring Pagan beliefs. Read morePublished on May 8 2004
Firstly, most of the tracks in this album is in of course, Gaelic. When you listen to the song I want tommorow, what you hear is a younger and higher pitched Enya, but still good. Read morePublished on March 28 2004 by Christine
This is totally her best.
I adore this Cd. It's really great music.
The sun in the streem is so beautiful, I felt I could faint the first time I heard it. Read more
Can words describe the breathlessness and shivers I feel whenever I hear "Fairytale", "Triad: St Patrick", and "Bard Dance"?
No. Read more
I first heard this in the original BBC recording from a cassette tape owned by an old school friend of mine in 1987... awesome.. it reflected all the emotions I had then and now.. Read morePublished on Nov. 30 2003 by Andrew in Kent
I find this music to be relaxing, especially after a long day at work. I also do massage therapy on the side and most of my clients have found this music to relax them. Read morePublished on Aug. 2 2003 by Brandi Bechtel