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Clannad


Country of origin:

Ireland

Type of music generally:

New Agey Celtic folk, traditional (and trad-based), mainstream pop (later albums)

Status:

Most recent release, Nádúr (2013)

See also:

The Official Clannad Site

Wikipedia's entry on Clannad

A Clannad page, with excellent discography and album reviews

The Ectophiles' Guide Maire Brennan and Enya entries

Comparisons:

Loreena McKennitt, Enya, Mary Black. (jbr@casetech.dk)

Capercaillie. Clannad has their own flavor, but both groups are female-fronted bands (whose lead vocalists have also released solo albums) that do traditional songs, and their own songs in both Gaelic and English. Both have released an incredible number of albums over an incredible number of years. (JoAnn Whetsell)

Covers/own material:

Own and traditional songs. Very occasional covers.

General comments:

Hmmm...Clannad is one of my favorite bands even though I don't have that many CDs by them. They have been around for quite some time. One album I have Fuaim (pronounced "Foom") dates back to '82. Enya was with them at that time. Fuaim has a mostly traditional Irish sound to it. Lovely album but much different from their more recent stuff. The later albums have a more mainstream sound that may appeal to those who shy away from the traditional. Your mileage may vary. (kcd@cray.com)

I love Clannad. During the mid-'80s I found their blend of traditional Irish folk music, quasi-New Age mood music and rock and roll to be the best of its genre. In recent years, I must grudgingly confess to finding their sound to be more and more generic. However, highlights include the brilliant Macalla, and the similarly inspired Anam. (colford@chlotrudis.org)

I was introduced to Clannad from their album Banba, so then I collected the '90s albums, then the very traditional '70s ones, and the '80s albums. Of the three stages, I probably listen to the '90s albums most, but I think their '70s stuff is probably their strongest work. The '80s albums don't do much for me. (JoAnn Whetsell)

I preferred them in the '70s and early '80s when they were much more traditional, back before they developed that "lush" sound. Oh well. It shows what I know! :) Those older albums (Clannad, Dulaman, Clannad 2, Crann Ull, Clannad In Concert) still are my favorites. (silme@ix.netcom.com)

Frankly I find most of the output from Clannad (after Clannad 2) to be too...umm...newagy and bland in general. (mcurry@io.com)

The members of Clannad are all related; in fact, "Clannad" is a word for family in Gaelic (and rather obviously related to the English word "clan"). The main group was Maire Brennan and two of her brothers, Ciaran and Pol, along with uncles Padraig and Noel. Sister Enya joined for three years around 1980. Pol dropped out around 1990. There are handful more sisters, some of whom pop up on backup vocals on Maire Brennan's albums; sister Brmdmn released a single a few years back but i never tracked it down. They are all from Donegal, which is in the far north of ireland (but part of the republic).
     Maire Brennan is a quite respectable traditional irish harpist, and Clannad's superb traditional album Clannad in Concert (1978) is a major reason i picked up the harp. To this day my favorite harp piece is their arrangement of Carolan's "Planxty Burke"; mind you, that's also one of the /only/ pieces i can play ;-) anyway, Clannad's early albums were much more rooted in irish trad, were quite influential, and are highly recommended. (bossert@suddensound.com)

Recommended first album:

You may want to start with a compilation album (The Collection, PastPresent, Rogha, The Ultimate Collection, or An Diolaim. Having only PastPresent of these, I cannot recommend a first compilation album.) For lovers of traditional music, start with one of the earlier albums. For lovers of contemporary world/pop start with one of the '90s albums, particularly Anam or Lore. PastPresent may be the best way to get a feel for them as it combines their earlier, more traditional sound with the pop of their later albums. (JoAnn Whetsell)

Recordings:


Clannad

Release info:

1973—Phillips—LP 6392013 (Ireland); Boot Records—ITB 4016 (Canada)

Availability:

Rare

Ecto priority:

Recommended for fans of Clannad or traditional Celtic music.

Group members:

Maire Ni Bhraonain—harp, vocals
Pol O Braonain—flute, bongos, guitar, vocals
Ciaran O Braonain—double bass, guitar, piano, vocals
Noel O Dugain—lead guitar, vocals
Padraig O Dugain—guitar, mandola, vocals

Guest artists:

John Wadham—drums
Grainne McMonagle—tin whistle

Produced by:

John Curran

Comments:

the album called simply Clannad is their very first release—very trad in its approach! (CAT@MAIL.KINROWAN.COM)

Clannad, the album, is one of their most traditional albums, and their first. It's lively and engrossing. Some of the songs are about love, others about the sea, emigration, pollution and war (the Battle of Clontarf, 1014, in specific.) All in all, an excellent interpretation of traditional Irish music. Most of the songs are in Gaelic. (billonline@adlerbooks.com)


Clannad 2

Release info:

1974—Gael Linn—LP 41 (Ireland); rereleased 1988—Shanachie Records—79007 (USA)

Availability:

Fairly wide

Ecto priority:

Recommended for fans of Clannad or traditional Celtic music.

Group members:

Maire Ni Bhraonain—vocals, harp
Pol O Braonain, Ciaran O Braonain, Noel O Dugain, Padraig O Dugain

Produced by:

Donal Lunny

Comments:

As with Clannad, most of the songs on Clannad 2 are in Gaelic. Yet even if you don't understand Gaelic, which I don't, the lyrics and music penetrate you mind is some inexplicable way, letting you feel what the songs are about. (billonline@adlerbooks.com)

Dulaman

Release info:

1976—Gael Linn—LP 58 (Ireland); 198?—Shanachie—79008 (USA)

Availability:

Fair

Ecto priority:

Recommended for lovers of traditional music

Group members:

Maire Ni Bhraonain—vocals, harp
Ciaran O Braonain—bass, guitar, mandolin, electric piano, glockenspiel, vocals
Pol O Braonain—flute, whistle, guitar, bongos, vocals
Noel O Duigain—guitar, vocals
Padraig O Dugain—mandola, mandolin, guitar, vocals

Guest artists:

Nicky Ryan—vocal

Comments:

One of their best. (JoAnn Whetsell)

Clannad In Concert

Release info:

1979—Shanachie—79030 (USA)

Availability:

Rare

Ecto priority:

Recommended for fans only

Group members:

Maire Ni Bhraonain—harp, vocals
Ciaran O Braonain—double bass, guitar, vocals
Pol O Braonain—flute, whistle, guitar, bongoes, vocals
Padraig O Dugain—mandola, guitar, harmonica, bongoes, vocals
Noel O Dugain—guitar, harmonium

Produced by:

Nicky Ryan

Ring of Gold

Release info:

1977—Celtic Music—CM CD 034 (Germany)

Availability:

Rare

Ecto priority:

Recommended for fans only

Group members:

Maire Ni Bhraonain—harp, vocals
Pol O Braonain—flute, whistle, guitar, bongos, vocals
Ciaran O Braonain—double bass, guitar, vocals
Padraig O Dugain—mandolin, guitar, vocals
Noel O Dugain—guitar, vocals

Comments:

This is another live album. I haven't heard it. (JoAnn Whetsell)

Crann Ull

Release info:

1980—Tara Records—CD/LP 3002

Availability:

Rare

Ecto priority:

Highly recommended for fans or lovers of Celtic folk

Group members:

Maire Ni Bhraonain, Ciaran O Braonain, Pol O Braonain, Padraig O Dugain, Noel O Dugain

Comments:

I have read that Enya was in the group on this album as well as Fuaim, even though the liner notes don't reflect that. Of the early albums, this one is my favorite. I love the harp. It feels very green to me. (JoAnn Whetsell)

Fuaim

Release info:

1982—Tara Records—CD 3008 (Ireland); reissued 1993—Atlantic Records—82481-2

Availability:

Fairly rare

Ecto priority:

Recommended

Group members:

Maire Ni Bhraonain—harp, vocals
Eithne Ni Bhraonain—keyboards, vocals
Ciaran O Braonain—double bass, guitar, synthesizer, piano, mandolin, vocals
Pol O Braonain—flute, guitar, tin whistle, vocals
Padraig O Dugain—mandola, mouth organ, vocals
Noel O Dugain—guitar, vocals

Produced by:

Nicky Ryan

Comments:

Also very good. Enya did sing on this album. There's a very funny song about drinking on it. This album is still very traditional, but it's livelier than some of the earlier ones. (JoAnn Whetsell)

Magical Ring

Release info:

1983—BMG Records (UK) Ltd.—66305-2

Availability:

Wide

Ecto priority:

Highly recommended

Group members:

Pol O'Dugain, Maire Ni Bhraonain, Pol O Braonain, Noel O Dugain, Ciaran O Braonain

Guest artists:

James Delaney—special guest
Charlie Morgan—drums
Frank Ricotti—percussion
Alan Dunn—accordion
Ed Deane—electric guitar solo

Produced by:

Richard Dodd

Comments:

This is probably a "must have". (jbr@casetech.dk)

I've heard many people call it their best album. For me, it's a good album, but not one of my favorites. (JoAnn Whetsell)


Legend

Release info:

1984—RCA (UK)—ND71703

Availability:

Fairly wide

Ecto priority:

Middle

Group members:

Maire Brennan—lead vocal, harp
Poul Brennan—guitar, flute, tin whistle, keyboards, vocals
Ciaran Brennan—double bass, synthesizers, guitar, vocals
Pat Duggan—mandola, guitar, vocals
Noel Duggan—guitar, vocals

Guest artists:

James Delaney—keyboards
Pat Farrell—electric guitar
Paul Moran—drums
Frank Ricotti—percussion

Produced by:

Tony Clarke

Comments:

This is the soundtrack of Robin of Sherwood, a TV version of the Robin Hood legend. As such, the music is not as distinct as, e.g. Magical Ring. OK for background listening, though. (jbr@casetech.dk)

Macalla

Release info:

1985—RCA/Ariola Limited—70894 (UK); RCA—8063-2 (USA)

Availability:

Wide

Ecto priority:

Highly recommended

Group members:

Maire Ni Bhraonain, Pol O Braonain, Ciaran O Braonain, Padraig O Dugain, Noel O Dugain

Guest artists:

Bono (U2)—additional vocals on "In a Lifetime"
Mel Collins—sax
Anton Drennan—electric guitar
Danny Cummins—percussion
Steve Nye—keyboards
James Delaney—keyboards, synthesizers
Paul Moran—drums

Produced by:

Steve Nye

Comments:

This album is widely considered one of their best. It has the first appearance of the song "In a Lifetime". (JoAnn Whetsell)

The Collection

Release info:

1987—K-Tel International—CD 215

Availability:

Rare

Group members:

Pol O Braonain, Ciaran O Braonain, Maire Ni Bhraonain, Padraig O Dugain, Noel O Dugain

Guest artists:

James Delaney—keyboards
Paul Moran—drums, percussion
Mel Collins—saxophone
Bono (U2)—additional vocals on "In a Lifetime"

Sirius

Release info:

1987—RCA (UK)—ND75149

Availability:

Rare

Ecto priority:

High for lovers of Celtic folk.

Group members:

Maire Brennan, Ciaran Brennan, Poul Brennan, Noel Duggan, Padraig Duggan

Guest artists:

Robbie Blunt—guitar, electric guitar
Richie Cannata—saxophone
Wells Christie—synclavier
Mel Collins—saxophone
Phillip Donnelly—acoustic guitar, electric guitar
Bruce Hornsby—accordion, vocals, piano
Tom Keane—Uilleann pipes
Russ Kunkel—drums, percussion
Richard Niles—string arrangement
Steve Perry—harmony vocal
J.D. Souther—vocals
The Three Tribesmen—on the song "White Fool"
Pete Vettese—keyboards, flute, bass
Jai Winding—keyboards

Produced by:

Greg Ladanyi and Russ Kunkel

Comments:

Not as good as Magical Ring. (jbr@casetech.dk)

Far less traditional than their earlier albums, and more pop sounding, Sirius still retains an Irish feel. I think the song, "Something to Believe In" is one of Clannad's best. (billonline@adlerbooks.com)

The album Sirius has very powerful moments that could have been among their best, but the Los Angeles production team/session musicians lent too much of an overproduced, bombastic sound to the inherent, gentle beauty of Clannad. (colford@chlotrudis.org)


The Angel and the Soldier Boy

Release info:

1989—RCA—PD 74328 (UK)

Availability:

Rare

Ecto priority:

For fans only

Comments:

This album has 25 minutes of instrumental music and 25 minutes of music narrated by Tom Conti. I haven't actually heard the album. (JoAnn Whetsell)

PastPresent

Release info:

1989—BMG Records (UK) Ltd.—9912-2-R RE 1

Availability:

Wide

Ecto priority:

Highly recommended

Group members:

Maire Brennan, Ciaran Brennan, Pol Brennan, Noel Duggan, Padraig Duggan

Guest artists:

James Delaney—keyboards
Paul Moran—drums
Anton Drennan—electric guitar, guitar solo
Ian Parker—keyboards
Arran Ahmun—drums, percussion
Mel Collins—saxophone
Russ Kunkel—drums, percussion
Pete Vettese—keyboards, keyboard solo
Robbie Blunt—electric guitar, guitars
J.D. Souther—vocals
Bruce Hornsby—vocal, piano, accordion
Tom Keane—uillean pipes
Paul Ridout—keyboard programmer Bono (U2)—vocal
Philip Donnelly—electric guitar, guitar
Jai Winding—keyboards
Steve Perry—vocal

Produced by:

Richard Dodd, Steve Nye, Pol Brennan, Tony Clarke, Greg Ladanyi, Russ Kunkel, Ciaran Brennan

Comments:

PastPresent is sort of a greatest hits CD with songs off from many of their albums including Legend, Macalla, Magical Ring, and Sirius. Strongly recommended. It's a good place to start. (kcd@cray.com)

Atlantic Realm

Release info:

1989—BBC Enterprises—CD 727

Availability:

Rare

Ecto priority:

For fans only

Group members:

Maire Brennan, Ciaran Brennan, Paul Brennan, Noel Duggan, Padraig Duggan

Produced by:

Paul and Ciaran Brennan

Anam

Release info:

1990—RCA—PD 74762 (UK); 1992—RCA—PD 782409-2 (USA)

Availability:

Wide

Ecto priority:

Highly recommended

Group members:

Maire Brennan—vocals, harp
Ciaran Brennan—vocals, double bass, electric bass, guitar, piano/synth
Padraig Duggan—mandola, harmonica, acoustic guitar
Noel Duggan—guitar

Guest artists:

Mel Collins—saxophones
Paul Moran—drums, percussion
Ian Parker—keyboards
Anton Drennan—electric guitar, dobro
Bridin Brennan—harmony vocals
Vinnie Kilduff—wooden whistle (bansari)

Produced by:

Ciaran Brennan, Paul Ridout, Richard Dodd, Steve Nye

Comments:

My second favorite Clannad album. Some really beautiful songs here. (JoAnn Whetsell)

Banba

Release info:

1993—BMG Records (UK) Ltd.—Atlantic—82503-2

Availability:

Wide

Ecto priority:

Highly recommended

Group members:

Maire Brennan—vocals, harp
Ciaran Brennan—vocals, bass, keyboards, guitar, mandolin
Noel Duggan—guitar
Padraig Duggan—guitar, mandolin

Guest artists:

Anto Drennan—guitars
John Donnelly—drums, programming
Mel Collins—saxophones, alto flute
Ian Parker—keyboards
Frankie Kennedy (Altan)—flute, whistle
Bridin Brennan—vocals
Denis Woods—keyboards, synth programming

Produced by:

Ciaran Brennan, Denis Woods, John Donnelly

Comments:

Banba, and Maire Brennan's Maire—if I could take my favorites off each, I could make an album I truly love. As it is there are a few gems on each with quite a few duds. (jjhanson@att.net)

Maire Brennan's voice haunts me. I love it. Banba certainly isn't their strongest album, but coupled with their live show, it was worthy of inclusion in my best of the year. (And I think they're far superior to Enya.) (colford@chlotrudis.org)

If you like the song "I Will Find You", you'd probably like the rest of the album. "I Will Find You" was used in the film Last Of The Mohicans. Quite appropriate I thought. (kcd@cray.com)

Banba was the first Clannad album I heard. As such, it was definitely good enough to hook me as a fan. I always enjoy it when I listen to it, but the songs aren't quite as memorable as on some of the other albums. All in all, still a very good album. (JoAnn Whetsell)


Themes

Release info:

1995—Celtic Heartbeat/Atlantic—82737-2

Availability:

Wide

Ecto priority:

Recommended

Group members:

Maire Brennan, Ciaran Brennan, Paul Brennan, Noel Duggan, Padraig Duggan

Guest artists:

Bono (U2)—additional vocals on "In a Lifetime"
Paul Young—additional vocals on "Both Sides Now"

Produced by:

Ciaran Brennan, Tony Clarke, Paul Ridout, Paul Brennan, Richard Dodd, Denis Woods, John Donnelly, Steve Nye

Comments:

A compilation of most of what I'd heard and liked from the group. A favorite disc for those curling up under the bed and refusing to deal with reality moods. (jzitt@humansystems.com)

Lore

Release info:

1995—Atlantic—82753-2

Availability:

Wide

Ecto priority:

Highly recommended

Group members:

Maire Brennan—vocals, keyboards, harp
Ciaran Brennan—vocals, bass, keyboards, guitar
Noel Duggan—acoustic guitar
Padraig Duggan—acoustic guitar

Guest artists:

Bridin Brennan—backing vocals
Vinnie Colaiuta—drums
Mel Collins—saxophones
Anto Drennan—guitars
Vinnie Kilduff—tin whistle
Deelan Masterson—uilleann pipes, low whistle
Ian Parker—keyboards
Heitor—guitar
Nigel Thomas—percussion
Denis Woods—keyboards Frank McNamara—string arrangement

Produced by:

Ciaran Brennan, Hugh Padgham, Denis Woods

Comments:

Finally, the new Clannad album Lore has been released in Germany. To my surprise, the greedy record company released it as a 2 CD-set. The (in my opinion absolutely superfluous) bonus CD, called Themes and Dreams, contains 5 songs that already appeared on the PastPresent best-of album, and 1 song from Banba. A few months ago they released a Themes album with soundtrack music from Clannad which also contains these songs. It's really annoying because one has to pay for the extra disk. But Lore was worth the money. It's an excellent album. Some novelties: Maire contributed three songs, 6 of the 11 songs are in Gaelic, Vinnie Colaiuta plays drums, some other musicians from Maire's solo albums appear (Ciaran seems to have recognized her talent). One of the traditional songs ("Alasdair MacColla") has already been interpreted by Capercaillie (it's the first track on Sidewaulk). The two versions are totally different. Capercaillie's version is more traditional and down to earth, while Clannad's version is slower and more complex and dense. I don't know which one I like better; they both have their appeal. "Trail of Tears" was the track that Thomas Loefke performed in his concert. (Dirk.Kastens@rz.Uni-Osnabrueck.DE)

i haven't actually heard the last couple releases from clannad, but this is a very peaceful, soothing record. it's easy to remember that Enya was once part of this group, although much of this record sticks to more standard song structures...you wouldn't file this under "new age" where Enya is often shoved...er, shelved...although it's less overtly pop/rock than, say, Macalla. i like it a lot. good to put on at the end of (or better yet, in the middle of) a stressful day. (dmw@mwmw.com)

I agree. It's a lovely album. It's been spending a fair amount of time in my CD player here at work. I've heard some complaints that people think it sounds too much like Banba, and initially I thought that, but the more I listen to it, the more I hear the distinction between the two. Even though I don't understand a word of the Gaelic lyrics, they are my favorite tracks. ;-) (kcd@cray.com)

Lore is my favorite Clannad album. And I have 11 of them. It's also an all-new material release, a Clannad rarity. (JoAnn Whetsell)


Landmarks

Release info:

1997—BMG Entertainment Intl, UK & Ireland Ltd.; Atlantic—83083-2

Availability:

Wide

Ecto priority:

Recommended

Group members:

Maire Brennan—lead vocals, keyboards, harp
Ciaran Brennan—vocals, bass, keyboards, acoustic guitar, mandolin, piano
Noel Duggan—acoustic guitar, vocal on track 7
Padraig Duggan—mandolin

Guest artists:

Anto Drennan—slide guitar, Spanish guitar, acoustic guitar, electric guitar
Ian Melrose—acoustic guitar, low whistle, electric guitar
John McSherry—low whistle, uillean pipes
Ian Parker—keyboards, piano
Deirdre Brennan—bodhran
Paul Moran—drums, percussion
Ciaran Toobish—fiddle
Mel Collins—soprano sax, saxes
Vinnie Kilduff—whistles
David Downes—uillean pipes
Oisin Mubrat—programming
Richard Rainey—additional programming

Produced by:

Ciaran Brennan

Comments:

I was glad that Clannad won best New Age album, even though Landmarks was relatively weak. (Patrick)

I've also been enjoying Landmarks quite a bit; it has a nice blend of ballads and up-tempo tunes. (Greg.Jumper@Eng.Sun.COM) Another disappointment is the new Clannad album. Another "oh, it's time to enter the studio and record a new album" Clannad album: the same sound, the same songs, no progress at all. It's not bad but there isn't any improvement in their music. If you have one you know them all. Well, still a good album but I expected more. (Dirk.Kastens@rz.Uni-Osnabrueck.DE)


An Diolaim

Release info:

1998—Music Club under license from Gael-Linn—50063

Availability:

Wide

Group members:

Maire Brennan, Ciaran Brennan, Paul Brennan, Noel Duggan, Padraig Duggan

Comments:

I haven't heard this, but as far as I know, it's a retrospective of the early recordings, when Paul Brennan was still with the group. (JoAnn Whetsell)

Live in Concert

Release info:

2005—KOCH Entertainment—KOC-CD-9674

Availability:

Wide

Ecto priority:

Highly recommended

Group members:

Maire Brennan—vocals, harp
Ciaran Brennan—bass, keyboards, acoustic guitar, vocals
Noel Duggan—acoustic guitar, vocals
Padraig Duggan—mandolin, acoustic guitar, vocals

Guest artists:

Deirdre Brennan—backing vocals, bodhran
Ian Parker—keyboards
Mel Collins—saxes, flute
Ray Fean—drums, percussion
Ian Melrose—acoustic & electric guitars
Vinnie Kilduff—mandolin, whistle
Brian Kennedy—duet vocal on "In a Lifetime"

Comments:

Released in 2005, this album's tracks were actually recorded in 1996. The tracks skew to their earlier, more traditional material, but with the contemporary feel with which they approached later work such as Lore. It's a winning mixture of the two. (JoAnn Whetsell)

Nádúr

Release info:

2013—ARC Music—EUCD2471

Availability:

Wide

Ecto priority:

Highly recommended

Group members:

Moya Brennan—vocals, harp
Ciarán Brennan—basses, guitar, keyboards, mandolin, vocals
Pól Brennan—flute, whistles, guitar, keyboards, bodhran, vocals
Noel Duggan—guitar, vocals
Pádraig Duggan—mandola, vocals

Guest artists:

Ged Lynch—drums, percussion
Steve Turner—keyboards
Alan Bailey—bagpipes (4)
Duke Special—vocals (5)
Eamon Murray—harmonica (6)
Aisling Jarvis—bouzouki (8)
Steve Cooney—nylon string guitar (11)
Leon Brennan—chanting (12)
Eamon Curley—bones (12)

Produced by:

Pól and Ciarán Brennan

Comments:

A really excellent album, up there with their best work. The sound is most reminiscent of albums like Magical Ring and Macalla, even occasionally their earlier more traditional work. Perhaps because it brings together the five original members of the band. It's a reunion I'm very glad for. They sound wonderful together, making music that is original and traditional, contemporary and timeless. (JoAnn Whetsell)

Further info:

"I Will Find You" (from Banba) appears on the soundtrack to the film The Last of the Mohicans. "Both Sides Now" (with Paul Young) appears on the soundtrack to the film Switch. "(The Theme From) Harry's Game" appears on the soundtrack to the film Patriot Games. The single "Christmas Angels" can be found on the charity compilation Forgotten Angels.


Thanks to Bill Adler, Jens P. Brage, and JoAnn Whetsell for work on this entry.

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