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Medwyn Goodall — The Gold Talisman
Album: Clan - A Celtic Journey
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Wow. Haven't heard this guy in a dog's age! We have his Druids album kicking around the server someplace. Good in small doses, or on a lazy Sunday morning out in the forest.
As much as I love trad Irish music, the New Age variant has always made me sleepy
lame
Aggghhhhh....
Wow, see, I'm going to have to be the voice of dissent. This stuff makes me want to bash my head through a plate glass window. Repeatedly. Just. Can't. Stand. It. :frustrated: :frustrated: :frustrated: :frustrated: :frustrated: :frustrated: :frustrated: :frustrated: :frustrated: :frustrated:
Are they Irish? :clap: :ask: :music:
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2Hawks wrote:
I could listen to this for hours.
Agreed. I'm a sucker for playfully delightful yet simple acoustic music with nice production values. :good-vibes: :whistle:
Not everything needs to be a groundbreaking work of musical genius, and not a whole lot is. This is soothing and stirring, and stuff like this is a big part of why I listen to RP.
fredriley wrote:
Difficult to know what to think of this. It's another form of Celtic Lite music, à la Clannad, Enya, etc, and is certainly derivative of a good number of traditions and most definitely Enya in the background. Pleasant as a gentle intro to celtic music, but having the same relation to it as blended whiskey has to single malt - a mÚlange of different flavours, but not a patch on the original real thing. Nice enough on the ears, but not as distinctive as it could be. A six.
I'm with you but add - derivative mush - would rather go and see Liverdance with Michael Flatulence if I had the choice or eat a whole Baboon in one sitting with fries than listen to this too much....ooops, I felt a rant coming on.
Oh yes, RP please continue with those acoustic colours... Great! Rated 9. :propeller:
fredriley wrote:
Difficult to know what to think of this. It's another form of Celtic Lite music, à la Clannad, Enya, etc, and is certainly derivative of a good number of traditions and most definitely Enya in the background. Pleasant as a gentle intro to celtic music, but having the same relation to it as blended whiskey has to single malt - a mÚlange of different flavours, but not a patch on the original real thing. Nice enough on the ears, but not as distinctive as it could be. A six.
Fair opinion.... :meditate:
Frater_Kork wrote:
Trapped in an elevator with a unicorn. or "Welcome to the mystic tarot hotline, please hold"
:roflol: :roflol: :roflol: :clap: :clap: :clap:
Frater_Kork wrote:
Trapped in an elevator with a unicorn. or "Welcome to the mystic tarot hotline, please hold"
Hmmm, weird semi soothinggrating and the jacket art odd, yes just like someone walked into the photo at the wrong time! :eh:
I could listen to this for hours. We need an Irish dancer emoticon. :notworthy:
Difficult to know what to think of this. It's another form of Celtic Lite music, à la Clannad, Enya, etc, and is certainly derivative of a good number of traditions and most definitely Enya in the background. Pleasant as a gentle intro to celtic music, but having the same relation to it as blended whiskey has to single malt - a mÚlange of different flavours, but not a patch on the original real thing. Nice enough on the ears, but not as distinctive as it could be. A six.
Frater_Kork wrote:
Trapped in an elevator with a unicorn.
a randy one
ok, how the crap does one progress from U2 to celtic new age?!?! sorry, not working for me at all
Trapped in an elevator with a unicorn. or "Welcome to the mystic tarot hotline, please hold"
Och aye the noo! :war: to battle with the ratin's!
This would be really great stuff, if it was played by a real orchestra. The Keyboard sounds are... not too good:)
musikalia wrote:
What a random picture on the cover. Looks like some guy walked into what would have been a lovely shot. :think:
Yeah, get out the way beardie! :arghhh:
Celtic lift (elevator) music, but still quite likeable :whistle:
What a random picture on the cover. Looks like some guy walked into what would have been a lovely shot. :think:
Perfect music for this afternoon while I sip tea and read the Sunday paper...
:yes:
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