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Kíla — Cabhraigi Lei
Album: Live in Dublin
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5.7

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Released: 2004
Length: 4:35
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 NoEnzLefttoSplit wrote:
iTunes says this track is called Glanfaidh Me.. anyone know who's right? it certainly sounds like he's singing Cabhraighi Lei...
 
glanfaidh me is a different track doesnt sound like it at all
 auburntigerrich wrote:
I was having the damndest time figuring out what genre this is trying to be. Don't get me wrong, I love Irish music (just look at my cd rack), but this is neither traditional nor fusion... meh.
 

I think they are trying play a fusion between Irish and Eastern European music...


 coentje wrote:

And your point is?

 

This is bad.
auburntigerrich wrote:
I was having the damndest time figuring out what genre this is trying to be. Don't get me wrong, I love Irish music (just look at my cd rack), but this is neither traditional nor fusion... meh.
And your point is?
I was having the damndest time figuring out what genre this is trying to be. Don't get me wrong, I love Irish music (just look at my cd rack), but this is neither traditional nor fusion... meh.
Wizzuvv_oz wrote:
So that is havering, is it?
According to OED: 1: To talk garrulously and foolishly; to talk nonsense. 2: to hesitate, to be slow in deciding.
iTunes says this track is called Glanfaidh Me.. anyone know who's right? :think: it certainly sounds like he's singing Cabhraighi Lei...
gutboy wrote:
oh my god I misssed John Prine - Fish and Whistle Waterboys - Fisherman's Blues
Consider yourself fortunate...
oh my god I misssed John Prine - Fish and Whistle Waterboys - Fisherman's Blues
roggles wrote:
Now hold a mo' - Kila is way better than Afro Celt. Pick up some of their albums.
agree :high-five: though I do like the Afrocelts as well.
Wizzuvv_oz wrote:
So that is havering, is it? Note to self: avoid havering at any cost and view all things havering-related with extreme suspicion. ;-)
I'm pretty sure havering consists of activity centered around a toilet bowl. Let's see..... Specialty Definition: HAVERING Domain Definition Literature Havering (Essex). The legend says that while Edward the Confessor was dwelling in this locality, an old pilgrim asked alms, and the king replied, "I have no money, but I have a ring, " and, drawing it from his fore-finger, gave it to the beggar. Some time after, certain English pilgrims in Jewry met the same man, who drew the ring from his finger and said, "Give this to your king, and say within six months he shall die." The request was complied with, and the prediction fulfilled. The shrine of Edward the Confessor in Westminster Abbey gives colour to this legend. Source: Brewer's Dictionary. Source: compiled by the editor from various references; see credits. Top Modern Usage: HAVERING Domain Usage Lyrics I'm gonna be the man who's havering to you. (I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles); performing artist: The Proclaimers) I guess we were all wrong....
Honeyman wrote:
:stupid: There's summin' fishy about this set....
No kidding, eh? Must be heading to Easter. This is catchy.
This is such a strange language... AWESOME! :D Cool music:)
:stupid: There's summin' fishy about this set....
arserocket wrote:
God bless ye Bill - a good bit'o havering set to music - beautiful - sounds so like Afro Celt who are the true gods of this.
Now hold a mo' - Kila is way better than Afro Celt. Pick up some of their albums.
arserocket wrote:
God bless ye Bill - a good bit'o havering set to music - beautiful - sounds so like Afro Celt who are the true gods of this.
So that is havering, is it? Note to self: avoid havering at any cost and view all things havering-related with extreme suspicion. ;-)
God bless ye Bill - a good bit'o havering set to music - beautiful - sounds so like Afro Celt who are the true gods of this.
I think the lyrics in the chorus translate roughly as "Hearts, Stars, and Horseshoes, Clovers, and Blue Moons! Pots of Gold and Rainbows, and me Red Balloons! They're always after me Lucky Charms"
karljonasson wrote:
Music is not the universal language. English is.
Spoken like a true American. Hey, waitaminnit...
I wouldn\'t mind a studio version... the instruments were a bit hard to hear. I\'m sure it was much better being there.
Straight to a 9 for me :) Maybe my Irish ears just like this stuff :P
karljonasson wrote:
Music is not the universal language. English is.
:roflol:
karljonasson wrote:
Music is not the universal language. English is.
:beat: This is fun and interesting! 8
Mecca-lecha high, mecca-hinnie-ho!