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Celtic Woman, Vol. 2

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A Phenomenal Mixture

This album is really quite unique, and a welcome compliment to the first Celtic Woman CD (Vol. 1). This is not to be confused with PBS's Celtic Woman, for the music is quite different. This particular album features one song from 16 different popular atrists, including the mystical sound of La Lugh, a jewel of Rita Connolly's "Valparaiso," the brassier sound of Aine Furey, and the smooth vocals of the popular group Altan. It also features a wonderful mixture of Irish-Gaelic songs, without which no celtic compilation would be complete, from the well-loved group like Capercaillie and the talented Beirbhille ni Bhrolchain. I highly recommend this album for a beautiful mixtue of modern and traditional, mystical and mundane music Especially good tracks: Valparaiso Brighid's Kiss Home of the Whale Camera Hebridean Hale-Bopp Brave Heart Waltz for my Father Oiche Mhaith (Good Night) Brave Heart


Before you write a review, please note that this is not THE Celtic Woman group from PBS. This is just a collection of songs by women singing Celtic music. DO NOT GET THIS CONFUSED WITH THE PBS GROUP "CELTIC WOMAN!" Anyway, I guess these songs are okay (with the exeption of Oiche Mhaith, what's up with that!!!), but I prefer THE Celtic Woman group from PBS.

I'm dissapointed

you know, it's a good album, but it's not all by the original Celtic Woman singers, like Orla and Lisa and Chloe and Meav and Madread. Why? I mean, you can't call it a Celtic Woman CD without the Celtic Woman singers. they can be women who sing celtic music, but it's not the same.....

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