Clannad

Clannad - 3 Originals: 'Sirius', 'Anam', 'Banba' (2002) 3CD Box Set

Clannad - 3 Originals (2002) 3CD Box Set
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 806 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 357 Mb | Scans included
Celtic Fusion, Folk, New Age, Folk Rock | Ariola/BMG/RCA | # 74321 95071 2 | 02:08:35

This box-set combines three of the Celtic folk-rock/new age act's albums, Sirius (1987), Anam (1990) & Banba (1994). 31 tracks. Three standard jewelcases with individual artwork housed together in a slipcase.
Clannad ‎- Macalla (1985) RCA/PL 70894 - DE Promo Pressing - LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz - ONLY RE-POST

Clannad ‎- Macalla
Vinyl | LP Cover (1:1) | FLAC + cue | 24bit/96kHz | 900mb
Label: RCA/PL 70894 | Release: 1985 | Genre: Celtic-Rock

1985's Macalla is one of Clannad's strongest albums. The songs are mainly mid-tempo or slower, and combine the poignant beauty of Irish balladry with the immediacy of a rock band line-up.
Clannad ‎- Legend (1984) RCA/NL 71703 - 1st DE Pressing - LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz - ONLY RE-POST

Clannad ‎- Legend
Vinyl | LP Cover (1:1) | FLAC + cue | 24bit/96kHz | 900mb
Label: RCA/NL 71703 | Release: 1984 | Genre: Celtic-Rock

Clannad started out like many traditional folk bands of Ireland; its early material for Gael-Linn Records could be considered traditional Irish folk, and most of the lyrics were in Irish. However, the band's signing to RCA Records and its 1982 hit "Theme From Harry's Game" catapulted it to the top of the UK pop charts. Most importantly, Clannad was one of the first Irish bands to truly delve into ambient music, an idiom that may be the modern counterpart to the traditional slow air.
Clannad ‎- Dúlamán (1976) Intercord/INT 160.065 - 1st DE Pressing - LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz - ONLY RE-POST

Clannad ‎- Dúlamán
Vinyl | LP Cover (1:1) | FLAC + cue | 24bit/96kHz | 900mb
Label: Intercord/INT 160.065 | Release: 1976 | Genre: Irish-Folk

This is one of Clannad's traditional music recordings. The liner notes include a brief paragraph on each of the songs and instrumentals.
Dúlamán is both the name of the recording and the title of the first song. The word is Irish Gaelic for "seaweed". In Ireland certain men made their livings by collecting and selling different types of seaweed, and were frequently nicknamed for the particular types in which they dealt. Dúlamán gaelach is a seaweed used in dying cloth, while dúlamán maorach is an edible variety. The song, sung by the band in Gaelic, records a conversation between two seaweed collectors. Dúlamán Gaelach has a beautiful daughter whom Dúlamán Maorach wishes to marry. Gaelach is not exactly thrilled with the idea of having Maorach as a son-in-law, but Maorach elopes with his daughter anyway.

Clannad: After Story 009 (2008)  Video

Posted by Lebedev30 at April 30, 2016
Clannad: After Story 009 (2008)

Clannad: After Story 009 (2008)
BDRip | MKV | 1920x1080 | H264@10000 Kbps | Japanese PCM@4608 Kbps | 6 channels | 24mn 11 sec | 2.4 GB
Subtitles: English
Genre: Angst, Coming of Age, Daily Life, Romance, Seinen, Tragedy

Clannad: After Story 007 (2008)  Video

Posted by Lebedev30 at April 28, 2016
Clannad: After Story 007 (2008)

Clannad: After Story 007 (2008)
BDRip | MKV | 1920x1080 | H264@10000 Kbps | Japanese PCM@4608 Kbps | 6 channels | 24mn 12 sec | 2.4 GB
Subtitles: English
Genre: Angst, Coming of Age, Daily Life, Romance, Seinen, Tragedy

Clannad: After Story 006 (2008)  Video

Posted by Lebedev30 at April 27, 2016
Clannad: After Story 006 (2008)

Clannad: After Story 006 (2008)
BDRip | MKV | 1920x1080 | H264@10000 Kbps | Japanese PCM@4608 Kbps | 6 channels | 24mn 11 sec | 2.4 GB
Subtitles: English
Genre: Angst, Coming of Age, Daily Life, Romance, Seinen, Tragedy

Clannad: After Story 004 (2008)  Video

Posted by Lebedev30 at April 25, 2016
Clannad: After Story 004 (2008)

Clannad: After Story 004 (2008)
BDRip | MKV | 1920x1080 | H264@10000 Kbps | Japanese PCM@4608 Kbps | 6 channels | 24mn 11 sec | 2.4 GB
Subtitles: English
Genre: Angst, Coming of Age, Daily Life, Romance, Seinen, Tragedy

Clannad - The Essential Clannad (2012)  Music

Posted by TmanHome at Aug. 12, 2015
Clannad - The Essential Clannad (2012)

Clannad - The Essential Clannad (2012)
New Age, Celtic | MP3 320 kbps CBR | 121 min | 280 MB
Label: RCA / Legacy | Rel: 2012

Clannad bridged the gap between traditional Celtic music and pop, and the results were an entrancing, enchanting form of pop that managed to fuse the disparate elements together rather seamlessly, creating an invigorating blend of Irish traditional folk with modern influences. Such fusions have earned the band an international cult of fans. Clannad are at their best when unleashing gargantuan choruses against Moya Brennan's hushed leads, and the inclusion of the beautiful "Newgrange," a mystical ode to one of Britain s famous stone circles, and "Caislean Oir," the leadoff track from the band's excellent 1985 release, Macalla, are prime examples. With 30 tracks on 2 CDs, The Essential Clannad touches on fan favorites, collaborations, and songs from films. The material is quite varied in scope, and the arrangements and vocals are vastly pretty and melodic. The full range of the band's styles are presented here, from gorgeous a cappella to slick pop/rock, acoustic guitar ballads, Irish folk strains, and sophisticated power pop crunch.
Clannad ‎- Dúlamán (1976) Intercord/INT 160.065 - Original DE Pressing - LP/FLAC In 24bit/96kHz

Clannad ‎- Dúlamán
Vinyl | LP Cover (1:1) | FLAC + cue | 24bit/96kHz & 16bit/44kHz | 900mb
Label: Intercord/INT 160.065 | Release: 1976 | Genre: Irish-Folk

This is one of Clannad's traditional music recordings. The liner notes include a brief paragraph on each of the songs and instrumentals.
Dúlamán is both the name of the recording and the title of the first song. The word is Irish Gaelic for "seaweed". In Ireland certain men made their livings by collecting and selling different types of seaweed, and were frequently nicknamed for the particular types in which they dealt. Dúlamán gaelach is a seaweed used in dying cloth, while dúlamán maorach is an edible variety. The song, sung by the band in Gaelic, records a conversation between two seaweed collectors. Dúlamán Gaelach has a beautiful daughter whom Dúlamán Maorach wishes to marry. Gaelach is not exactly thrilled with the idea of having Maorach as a son-in-law, but Maorach elopes with his daughter anyway.