9 thoughts on “ Snug In A Blanket - Capercaillie - Crosswinds (Cassette, Album)

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Crosswinds on Discogs/5(2).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Crosswinds on Discogs.2/5.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Crosswinds on Discogs. Label: Green Linnet - GLCD • Format: CD Album • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Celtic, Folk Capercaillie - Crosswinds (CD) | Discogs4/5(2).
  4. Crosswinds is the second studio album by the folk rock band Capercaillie. It was recorded in three days and mixed in two. Track listing "Puirt a Beul/Snug in a Blanket (Jigs)" – "Soraidh Bhuam Gu Barraidh" – "Glen Orchy/Rory MacLeod" – "Am Buachaille Ban" – "The Haggis (Reels)" – "Brenda Stubbert's Set" – Genre: Folk rock.
  5. Puirt A Beul - Snug in a Blanket This song is by Capercaillie and appears on the album Crosswinds () and on the compilation album Waulkroots (). Air failinn eilinn oro u Hiri liu nam b'fhearr leaf mi Air failinn eilinn oro u M'eudail air do shuilean donna 'S doruinneach a.
  6. I first heard "Puirt A Beul/Snug In A Blanket" on a Green LInnet sampler album, and when it came on I just stopped what I was doing and said to myself, my God, that's the most beautiful thing I've ever heard. I still feel the same way about that song, and for that matter, everything else on this early Capercaille album/5(8).
  7. On the band's debut album, you can hear Capercaillie mapping out what would become its signature sound -- a musical style built on a deep foundation of Celtic tradition but incorporating modern technology and dance-oriented rhythms. It's a fusion that makes purist folkies cringe, but Capercaillie has achieved significant success with it. Crosswinds is more traditional than the band's later.
  8. This second album by the Scottish folk group Capercaillie is as beautiful as anything I`ve ever heard. Karen Matheson has an ethereal, haunting voice, heard to greatest advantage on the several ballads on Crosswinds, including Soraidh Bhuam Gu Barraidh and Urnaigh A /5(15).

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