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Out of print in the U.S. Misty Eyed Adventures is the second solo album by Irish musician Máire Brennan, now known as Moya Brennan, and features many of her family and friends on the recording. She is the older sister of Enya and Brídín Brennan. She began performing professionally in 1970 when her family formed the band Clannad and is considered to be the "First Lady of Celtic Music". There is much variety in the instrumental sound here. Of particular note is the Arabian-style playing on the bouzouki in "Days Of The Dancing". Although Máire mixes English and Gaelic lyrics on many songs, only "A Place Among The Stones" seems fully Celtic in inspiration.
Out of print in the U.S. Misty Eyed Adventures is the second solo album by Irish musician Máire Brennan, now known as Moya Brennan, and features many of her family and friends on the recording. She is the older sister of Enya and Brídín Brennan. She began performing professionally in 1970 when her family formed the band Clannad and is considered to be the "First Lady of Celtic Music". There is much variety in the instrumental sound here. Of particular note is the Arabian-style playing on the bouzouki in "Days Of The Dancing". Although Máire mixes English and Gaelic lyrics on many songs, only "A Place Among The Stones" seems fully Celtic in inspiration.
8718627227008
Maire Brennan - Misty Eyed Adventures

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Format: CD
Label: MOCD
Rel. Date: 08/10/2018
UPC: 8718627227008

Misty Eyed Adventures
Artist: Maire Brennan
Format: CD
New: In Stock $13.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Days of the Dancing
2. A Place Among the Stones
3. The Watchman
4. An Fharraige
5. Pilgrim's Way
6. Big Yellow Taxi
7. Mighty One
8. Heroes
9. Misty Eyed Adventures 1
10. Dream on 1
11. Eirigh Suas a Stoirin

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Out of print in the U.S. Misty Eyed Adventures is the second solo album by Irish musician Máire Brennan, now known as Moya Brennan, and features many of her family and friends on the recording. She is the older sister of Enya and Brídín Brennan. She began performing professionally in 1970 when her family formed the band Clannad and is considered to be the "First Lady of Celtic Music". There is much variety in the instrumental sound here. Of particular note is the Arabian-style playing on the bouzouki in "Days Of The Dancing". Although Máire mixes English and Gaelic lyrics on many songs, only "A Place Among The Stones" seems fully Celtic in inspiration.
        
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