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Spirit of the West — Homelands
Album: Tripping up the Stairs
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Released: 1988
Length: 3:57
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And all the bells on Earth shall ring, On Christmas Day, On Christmas Day... And all the bells on Earth shall ring.... On Christmas Day in the morning.
Originally Posted by hobbitt: I think I watched too much television in my youth: the first thing that came to mind when I heard this was the commercial for Lucky Stars breakfast cereal. :rolleyes:
Lucky Charms, They're magically delicious! :lol:
stinks.
bloody hell - first afro celt sound system and now this fiddle-dee-dee crap! aaggghhh - come on. the levellers have been and gone!
Originally Posted by phiagurl: I like the flute, but does that little instrumental refrain remind anyone else of the dancers from Spinal Tap's "Stonehenge"?QUOTE> :lol: :lol: :lol: Oh yeah, baby!
I like the sound, but I really dislike preachy music. Sorry guys
Group hug, everybody. It\'s time for Liver Dance, :moon: ..... :moon: ..... (pimp) ..... :moon: ..... :moon:
I like the flute, but does that little instrumental refrain remind anyone else of the dancers from Spinal Tap\'s \"Stonehenge\"? Anyway, this was interesting to hear, but I\'m not sure if I like it. :??:
Originally Posted by tequilaworm: Too Twee!!
Absolutely - cod Oirish noodling
Too Twee!!
I think I watched too much television in my youth: the first thing that came to mind when I heard this was the commercial for Lucky Stars breakfast cereal. :roll:
Can con! I love this song -- love this band -- keep playing them, please!!!!! :notworthy: :clap: :notworthy:
Great song from a great celtic band ... keep playing them. :clap:
This sounds like a Riverdance song... spare me from ever hearing anything from this group again.
ummm...all due respect to earlier post -- SotW are pretty well Canadian... :D
great song by a great group
Woo! Spirit of the West! (I grew up on the Canadian border, myself, so hearing the bands I used to hear back then always gives me a thrill.)
Kind of makes you proud to be an American. (Who are the Celts to tell us about our affairs, anyway?)
:) another great tune... and again shows how varied the music is here on Radio Paradise..