Clannad - Clannad 2 album download
|A1||An Gabhar Bán|
|A3||Coinleach Ghlas An Fhómair|
|A4||Rince Philib a'Cheoil|
|A5||By Chance It Was|
|B2||Gaoth Barra Na dTonn|
|B3||Teidhir Abhaile Riú|
|B4||Fairly Shot Of Her|
|B5||Chuaigh Mé 'Na Rosann|
- Recorded At – Eamonn Andrews Studios
- Bass [Dord] – Ciarán* (tracks: A1 to A4, A6, B1, B3 to B5)
- Bodhrán – Donal Lunny (tracks: A1, B3)
- Composed By – Domhnall Mac Diarmada (tracks: B2), Peadar Breathnach (tracks: B5), Turlough O Carolan* (tracks: A2)
- Design [Dearadh] – Bill Bolger
- Drums [Dromaí] – Robbie Brennan (tracks: A3, A4, A6, B1)
- Electric Guitar [Giotár Leictreach] – Mícheál Ó Domhnaill (tracks: B1)
- Flute [Fliúit] – Pól* (tracks: A2, A4, A6, B1, B4)
- Guitar [Giotár] – Ciarán* (tracks: A5, B5), Donal Lunny (tracks: A1, B4), Mícheál Ó Domhnaill (tracks: A3, B4), Noel* (tracks: A1, A2, A4 to B1, B3, B4), Pádraig* (tracks: A2)
- Harp [Cruit] – Máire* (tracks: A1, A6, B1, B4)
- Harpsichord [Cruitchorda] – Tríona Ní Dhomhnaill (tracks: B5)
- Liner Notes [Nótai] – Fachtna O'Kelly
- Mandola – Pádraig* (tracks: A1, A4 to B1, B3, B4)
- Photography By [Grianghraf] – Dominic Ledwidge-O'Reilly
- Piano [Pianó] – Ciarán* (tracks: A5)
- Producer [Assisted By] – Mhícheál Ó Domhnaill*
- Producer [Léiriú] – Donal Lunny
- Recorded By [Taifeadadh] – Pat Morley, Philip Begley
- Synthesizer [Moog] – Donal Lunny (tracks: A2)
- Tin Whistle [Feadóg] – Ciarán* (tracks: B4), Pól* (tracks: A1, A2, A5, B3 to B5)
- Vocals [Amhránaí] – Ciarán* (tracks: A1, A3, A4, B1, B3), Máire* (tracks: A1, A3 to B3, B5), Mícheál Ó Domhnaill (tracks: A3, B1), Noel* (tracks: A1, B1, B3), Pádraig* (tracks: A1, A3, B1, B3), Pádraig Ó Domhnaill (tracks: B1), Pól* (tracks: A1, A3, A4, B1, B3)
NotesSimilar to Clannad - Clannad 2 but has the front cover in a different design. This version has the same error as the original where By Chance It Was is listed as being a track on the cassette shell but not on the inlay. This version also includes credits that the original did not have. This cassette reissue dates from the mid 1980s/early 1990s as this has a clear cassette shell which dates from the mid 80s and has a barcode which came in the early 1980s. Clear cassettes were common during the early 1990s.
A2, A6, B4 are instrumental tracks.
Recorded at Éamonn Andrews Studios.
Photography for i Rough Deal, Straid Essex.
Includes printed insert with lyrics including English translations.
Address of Gael-Linn as per inlay Gael Linn 26 Cearnog Mhuirfean, Baile Átha Cliath 2
26 Merrion Square, Dublin 2
Fón 01-6767283. Fax 01-6767030
Cló Clannad ©
© Gael-Linn 1974
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 5 098990 104100
- Barcode (Scanned): 5098990104100
|CEF 041||Clannad||Clannad 2 (LP, Album, Gat)||Gael-Linn||CEF 041||Ireland||1974|
|CEF 041||Clannad||Clannad 2 (LP, Album, Ltd, Gat)||Wavin||CEF 041||Ireland||1975|
|INT 160.058||Clannad||Clannad 2 (LP, Album, RE)||Intercord||INT 160.058||Germany||Unknown|
|79007, SH 79007||Clannad||Clannad 2 (CD, Album, RE)||Shanachie, Shanachie||79007, SH 79007||US||Unknown|
|CEF CD 041, CEFCD 041||Clannad||Clannad 2 (CD, Album)||Gael-Linn, Gael-Linn||CEF CD 041, CEFCD 041||UK & Ireland||1990|
Clannad is the debut album by Irish folk group Clannad. It was released in 1973 by Philips Ireland. It was reissued in 1982 under the name The Pretty Maid. In 1997, it was released on CD for the first time by Royal Records International again under the name Clannad, with a bonus track from 1975. The album features songs in both Irish Gaelic and English, including a cover version of Bonnie Dobson's "Morning Dew", as well as many traditional Irish songs. All tracks Traditional; except where indicated.
This album has an average beat per minute of 113 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 77/170 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Clannad 2. 1. An Gabhar Bán. 3'14. BPM Profile Clannad 2. Album starts at 110BPM, ends at 101BPM (-9), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Clannad.
So, "Clannad 2" pretty much starts up where the debut album left off, even though this album came out in 1975, 2 years later. Back in the 70's, most bands were putting out 2 or 3 albums every year, but Clannad was taking their time, slowly putting themselves into the limelight, but enjoying their freedom to create new versions of mostly traditional Irish music and styles. The music remains mostly acoustic with guitar, keyboards with occasional piano, flute, mandolin, harp and everyone having a part in the vocals, but most of them done by Maire Ni Bhronain. There were additional musicians also used for backup, especially another one of the Braonains on the drums with other musicians providing additional keys, guitars, synths, percussion and vocals. As on the previous album, most of the vocals are in Gaelic with only one track in English.
Album Name Clannad 2. Type Album. An Gabhar Ban. 2. Eleannor Plunkett. 3. Coinleach Ghlas An Fhomair. 4. Rince Philip A'cheoil.
Clannad (Irish pronunciation: ) is an Irish family band formed in 1970 in Gweedore, County Donegal. Formed by siblings Ciarán Brennan, Pól, and Moya Brennan and their twin uncles Noel and Pádraig Duggan, the band were initially known as Clann as Dobhar; in 1973 they shortened their name to Clannad.
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Recorded in 1985, Bono joined Irish band Clannad on the song In a Lifetime, which was initially released on the album Macalla in 1985. It was also released as a single on three occasions, first in January 1986 as the third single released from Macalla and in 1989 as a promotional track for the Past Present collection of songs, and finally in 1993 in Europe at a time when the song was being used as an advertising campaign for Jameson Whiskey. The song starts with Máire Brennan being heard teaching Bono Gaelic during the instrumental intro to the song