8 thoughts on “ Air Fair An La - Capercaillie - Choice Language (CD, Album) ”

  1. Air Fair An La: Cailleach Liath Rathasai: The Boy Who: The Sound Of Sleat () The Sound Of Sleat: The Fear: Dans Plinn: Nuair A Chi Thu Caileag Bhoidheach: Capercaillie: Choice Language ‎ (CD, Album, RP) Vertical Records (4), Sanctuary: VRTCD Europe: Unknown: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review/5(13).
  2. Air fair an la - Cailleach liath Rathasai 6) The Boy Who 7) The Sound of Sleat - The Fear - Dans plinn 8) Nuair a chi thu caileag bholdheach 9) Who Will Raise Their Voice? 10) A State of Yearning 11) Choice Language - Bring Out the Will - Come Ahead Charlie 12) I .
  3. Choice Language is the ninth studio album by folk rock band Capercaillie. The promo cd was issued in a cardboard sleeve with a different track listing and one alternate song title that differed from the final hidowrebookniworl.giastouttercaptpupdavagoticityma.co: Folk rock.
  4. Mile marbhaisg air a ghaol (A thousand curses on love) Homer's reel Port na Caillich (The old crone) Little do they know Air fair an la (At dawn of day) - Cailleach liath Rathasai (Grey-haired woman from Raasay) The boy who The sound of sleat - The fear - Dans plinn Nuair a chi thu caileag bhoidheach (When You Author: Capercaillie.
  5. If the combined words “folk” and “electronica” bring on an attack of the vapours, a lie down with the reviving sal volatile of Niteworks’ second album Air Faìr An Là (At Dawn Of Day) might just help. The four Skye lads of Niteworks clearly love their traditional music but, obviously, generations born into techno and its offspring want to reflect contemporary sounds, too.
  6. Dec 05,  · ‘Choice Language’, the title of the new album from Celtic supergroup Capercaillie conveys the band’s long standing links with the Gaelic tradition. Capercaillie Live in Concert After a career lasting 18 years and 12 studio albums, the electrifying sound of Capercaillie in full flight, live on stage, is finally captured in this collection.
  7. Celtic Lyrics Corner > Artists & Groups > Capercaillie > Choice Language > At Dawn Of Day: At Dawn Of Day: Credits: Traditional; arranged by Capercaillie: a) Cailleach Liath Rathasai b) Air Fair An La: Appears On: Choice Language: Language: Gàidhlig (Scottish Gaelic) Other Versions: a) "Cailleach Liath Ratharsaigh" on Mary Jane Lamond's.
  8. Sian’s self-titled debut album gives credence to Shakespeare’s words, “If music be the food of love, play on”.This is gossamer Gaelic music spun by Eilidh Cormack, Ceitlin Lilidh, and Ellen MacDonald, sublime singers all, as they celebrate songs by “Scottish female bards”. A first impression: Donald Shaw produces the album with the purity of Capercaillie’s first two .

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