8 thoughts on “ An TOileán Úr - Clannad - Clannad (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. To place an order or for customer service, call toll-free or outside the United States, call Missing: An TOileán Úr.
  2. Clannad Wikipedia article Album by Clannad. Nil Sé Ina La Thíos Chois Na Trá Domh Brian Boru's March Siobhán Ní Dhuibhir An Mhaighdean Mara Liza An tOileán Úr Mrs. McDermott The Pretty Maid An Pháirc Harvest Home Morning Dew An Bealach Seo 'Tá Romham External links Amazon: buy Clannad mousdaritajufebvkatabilmacorthylp.coinfo: search for Clannad • Clannad AllMusic: Clannad Discogs: Clannad MusicBrainz: Clannad.
  3. Clannad is the debut album by Irish folk group mousdaritajufebvkatabilmacorthylp.coinfo was released in by Philips Ireland. It was reissued in under the name The Pretty mousdaritajufebvkatabilmacorthylp.coinfo , it was released on CD for the first time by Royal Records International again under the name Clannad, with a bonus track from The album features songs in both Irish Gaelic and English, including a cover version of Bonnie Dobson Missing: An TOileán Úr.
  4. The extra vinyl record in this set is a the album Macalla. The release of this anthology coincides with Clannad’s farewell UK tour which will kicks off in York on 3 March and includes a St Patrick’s Day date at London’s Palladium. In A Lifetime will be released on 13 March Missing: An TOileán Úr.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Textured Sleeve Vinyl release of Clannad on Discogs. Label: Philips - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Textured Sleeve • Country: Ireland • Genre: Rock, Folk, World, & Country • Style: Folk Rock, Folk4/5(5).
  6. Clannad, an Album by Clannad. Released in on Spectrum (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Irish Folk Music, Celtic Folk Music. 7 An Toileán Úr Vinyl LP Philips / Clannad .
  7. Apr 02,  · Clannad are a Grammy Award-winning Irish musical group, from Gweedore (Gaoth Dobhair), County Donegal. Their music has been variously described as bordering on .
  8. Mar 02,  · Clannad with 'An tOileán Ur' from their debut album, 'Clannad'. This is an unusual immigration song, in that the singer returns to Ireland from 'An t-Oileán Úr' (literally, 'The New Island.

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