CD The Celtic Lounge, Vol. 3 (CD 1343696), Audio Other
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The Celtic Lounge, Vol. 3


  • 1. Fairy Nightsongs - Stephannie/Gary Stadler/Stephannie
    2. Kaliber - Helene Horlyck (previously unreleased)
    3. Magic of Spring, The - Gandalf
    4. Wispering in the Trees - 7and5/Stella
    5. Brook in the Hollow - David Gordon (previously unreleased)
    6. Land of the Elves - Achillea
    7. Fly Away - Gary Stadler
    8. Stones of Connemara, The - Steve Gordon (previously unreleased)
    9. On the Road to Rivendell - Everstar
    10. Mystical Morning, Pt. 1 - Gandalf
    11. Where the Soft Breezes Blow - David & Steve Gordon/David Gordon/Steve Gordon
    12. Spinneee - Gary Stadler
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 926

  • Credits
    ProducerGary Stadler; David Gordon; Gary Stadler; Steve Gordon
    Engineer

    DJ: Gordon Brothers.
    Audio Mixer: Gordon Brothers.
    "Celtic" and "lounge" are two words that, when put together in this context, tend to lower one's expectations. And if you're looking for chilled-out renditions of actual Celtic music, then you will indeed find this album fairly disappointing. But if all you need is a dreamy, faintly emerald-tinted ambience that occasionally evokes Celtic tradition in a glancing sort of way, then the third installment in the Sequoia label's Celtic Lounge series will fit the bill nicely. Where there are lyrics, they should generally be ignored (note in particular the pretty but deeply silly "Fairy Nightsongs"), and it's also a good idea to try to ignore the Tolkien references in song titles like "On the Road to Rivendell" and artist monikers like Gandalf. But when producers David Gordon and Steve Gordon cross to the other side of the studio glass and play compositions of their own, the results are invariably quite lovely, and Gary Stadler's "Spinnee" and 7and5's "Whispering in the Trees" are both exceptionally so. If nothing stands out as especially impressive, it's probably because the point is gentle tunefulness, not conspicuous virtuosity. Recommended for its intended purpose. ~ Rick Anderson

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