Gloam·ing (n) twilight; dusk. Just One More Listen

Shelley Rainey: A beautifully relaxing album. Lie back, close your eyes and let the music wash over you.

Ian CrippsSometimes music stops you in your tracks, sometimes you have to listen, sometimes nothing else matters. Moments that stretch time…This is traditional Irish music played with emotion, with joy for the most part, with sadness occasionally, with beauty always…this is simply music that moves you…Twelve tracks, over an hour of listening but it’s not, you get to the end and hit play again. And again. And time passes, the day has gone and still you are mesmerized. At times reflective, haunting, peaceful, happy this album runs the full gambit of emotions. You don’t want it to end. It doesn’t have to. Just one more listen.

The The Gloaming’s second album can be found here: “2”


Source: Thank you Hammock Papers

Comments

  1. Lovely lilting Gaelic goodness 💛

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  2. Beautiful…

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  3. Oh my. I just now returned from a rather percussive concert, to find this gift of true beauty waiting for me. Much thanks David.

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  4. actually drifted off

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  5. Something of an ‘Old world, New Age’ blend…love it!

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  6. Reblogged this on Makere's Blog and commented:
    Exquisite, haunting, Celtic beauty..

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  7. I listened to this once, then my daughter, the 11 year old, came and took the phone to see who it is.
    Then she built on it, longer playlist.
    We have no idea where this came from but she had this obsession with Gaelic music/songs and Celtic dance.
    Since she was 3 years old she danced for hours to the song Dulaman, she sings it in Gaelic, and knows the translation.

    She’s been dancing all day. 🙂
    Thank you.

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  8. Just a one More Listen indeed…for the fourth time and counting.

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