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Rogha : the best of Clannad.

Author: Clannad (Musical group)
Publisher: New York : RCA/BMG, 1997.
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : Folk music : No Linguistic Content
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People may argue whether or not this 19-track, 65-minute compilation qualifies as the best of Clannad, but few would argue that it showcases the Irish group's striking diversity. No question it includes some of Clannad's best-known selections, including pop-single cameos by Bruce Hornsby ("Something to Believe In") and Bono of U2 ("In a Lifetime"), plus its career-propelling "Theme From Harry's Game." It also  Read more...
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Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Clannad (Musical group)
OCLC Number: 36447982
Notes: Compact disc.
Performer(s): Performed by Clannad.
Event notes: Recorded 1983-1987.
Description: 1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: Newgrange (4:02) --
Second nature (3:18) --
Closer to your heart (3:28) --
Seachran charn tsiail (2:19) --
Ancient forest (2:58) --
Now is here (3:32) --
Something to believe in (4:44) --
In search of a heart (3:52) --
Buachaill on Eirne (3:07) --
Northern skyline (4:55) --
Together we (3:28) --
Ta 'me mo shui (3:13) --
Blackstairs (4:14) --
Indoor (3:55) --
Thios fa'n chosta (3:15) --
In a lifetime (3:07) --
Theme from Harry's game (2:27) --
The fairy queen (2:40) --
Journey's end (2:42).
Other Titles: Best of Clannad

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People may argue whether or not this 19-track, 65-minute compilation qualifies as the best of Clannad, but few would argue that it showcases the Irish group's striking diversity. No question it includes some of Clannad's best-known selections, including pop-single cameos by Bruce Hornsby ("Something to Believe In") and Bono of U2 ("In a Lifetime"), plus its career-propelling "Theme From Harry's Game." It also touches on the group's beat-heavy forays into pop-rock ("In Search of a Heart," the jam-filled "Second Nature," the Fleetwood Mac-like "Northern Skyline.") The disc's most attractive feature, however, is its sampling of Clannad's varied approach to Celtic styles, performed at times with an ethereal, traditional delicacy ("Newgrange," "Ta Me Mo Shui," the Enya-like "Now Is Here"), and at other times with beguiling hints of contemporary influences (such as the faint country strains floating through "Buachaill on Eirne"). An interesting listen. --Terry Wood.

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