Gun Tàm / Restless

By Cliar

  1. Highlander’s Farewell To Ireland
    Sabhal Iain ‘ic Uisdein
    Welcome To Your Feet Again
    Ciamar A Ni Mi An Dannsa Direach?
    Bedding Of The Bride
    Meal Do Bhrogan
    Crathadh T’ Aodaich A Ghaoil
  2. Dòmhnall An Dùin
  3. Nighean Donn A’ Chuailein Rìomhaich
  4. The Handshaker
    The Whinney Hills Of Leitrim
    Plight Of The Penguin
  5. An Gille Dubh Ciar Dubh
  6. Cailleach An Airgid
    Rachainn A Shuiridh’ Air Oighrig
  7. Falun Aboot
    Helium Disciples
    Braes Of Auchtertyre
  8. A’ Chailin Mhaiseach Dhonn
  9. Puirt A-beul
    Chaill Mo Làmh A Lùths!
    Dili O Iodalam
    Inns’ Dhomh-sa Cà’il Thu Cadal?
    Tha Buachaille Dubh Fionnghal
    Ruidhleadh Mo Nighean Donn
  10. Am Buachaille Bàn
  11. Shona Macdonald
  12. O Thoir A Nall Am Botul

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"Cliar: Gun Tàm / Restless"

Macmeanmna, 2002, SKYECD21

http://www.sound-ideas.net/cliar/index.html
http://www.sound-ideas.net/cliar/music.html
http://www.sound-ideas.net/cliar/reviews.html

Musicians:

Arthur Cormack - vocals
Ingrid Henderson - clàrsach, piano, vocals
Mary Ann Kennedy - clàrsach, vocals
Maggie MacDonald - vocals
Bruce MacGregor - fiddle, vocals
Chaz Stewart - guitars, vocals

http://www.celticlyricscorner.net/
http://www.celticlyricscorner.net/cliar/guntamh.htm

http://www.gaelicmusic.com/album.php?SKU=SKYECD21
According to Folkworld, this is "a very harmonious album, taking the listeners mind away into day dreams. Without doubt one of the memorable Scottish releases of this year."

This is Cliar’s second album, traditional and contemporary songs & tunes, three sets, & puirt a-beul/mouth music. Their first recording, "Cliar", 2000, won Best Album in 2003 at the inaugural ‘Scots Traditional Music Awards’.

"In a short space of time, Cliar have played all over Scotland and Ireland, and took Cape Breton by storm with their appearance at the Celtic Colors festival in 2001, earning them reviews proclaiming "this was the best performance I’ve seen yet of this great Scottish vocal tradition, and it earned Cliar a well-deserved standing ovation." They have even played in front of thousands of people at the Royal Albert Hall, but are always happy touring the Highlands & Islands of Scotland, where they are based."