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Album Review

The title track is an absolute classic.

Customer Reviews

Excellent musicians and album

Mostly as a response to the previous reviewer, Moloney O'Connell & Keane are Irish folk artists who at times record together, but also individually. I recommend their song "There Were Roses" off the Green Linnet 20th Anniversary album. I saw them in concert in the early '90s and they sound in person exactly as they do on their albums; they're amazing showmen. Also, this album is great. If you're unsure, take a chance and buy it.

Interesting Album

This is a very interesting album that has a polk-ish sound but the lyrics remind me of The Decemberists. I've never heard of this band, I'm not sure if the "Keane" is referring to the popular band of the same name, but it sure doesn't sound like anything they would do. If you like folk music I'm sure you would love this album.

If you don't like it you deserve a beating!

My Dad had this record on tape and I'm glad he did because this is the best Irish record I've ever listened to. If you enjoy Irish music at all; pick this album up!!'


Genre: World

Keane's piano-driven pop/rock is created by vocalist Tom Chaplin, drummer Richard Hughes, and pianist Tim Rice-Oxley, three childhood friends from the small town of Battle in East Sussex, England. Formed in 1997, the group started out as a college-aged cover band. Guitarist Dominic Scott was also part of this early incarnation, having previously played cover songs with Hughes and Rice-Oxley in a band named the Lotus Eaters. Keane toured the East Sussex circuit for several years while internalizing...
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