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A Different Shore - Nightnoise (2) - A Different Shore (CD, Album)

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Retrieved 4 April The Irish Times. Categories : Irish musical groups Irish jazz ensembles Windham Hill Records artists Musical groups established in Musical groups disestablished in Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. Help Learn to edit Community portal Recent changes Upload file. Falling Apples. The Busker on the Bridge. Morning in Madrid. Johnny Cunningham. Another Wee Niece. A Different Shore. Mind the Dresser. Clouds Go By. The touring they had done in the United States and abroad had resulted in an ever-expanding fan base, and the four professional musicians were gelling as a band, all of them relishing the opportunity to play Irish-inspired music that was different from what the mainstream expected.

Just as the Bothy Band had introduced the world to the upbeat Irish dance sound, Nightnoise was introducing fans everywhere to the historic and contemplative side of the Irish tradition. The band could not have known at the time that they were influencing a generation of up-and-coming Irish musicians such as Clannad and Enya. They were aware that they were creating a new sound, but they didn't yet realize that they were on the cutting edge of " new age " music and would influence its sound for decades to come.

Over the coming years the band released six more albums. Although the style of the band was innovative, it still presented limits to the members and, after the fourth album, Oskay left to start his own recording studio in Portland. The result was Big Red Studio, a beautiful and successful facility on the outskirts of town. Johnny Cunningham, the "fearsome fiddler" from the band Silly Wizard, replaced Oskay and did the honors on the band's fifth album, Something of Time.

Cunningham's bold style of fiddling had its effect on the band, adding a touch of country western that hadn't been heard since Nightnoise's first album. In the late s, Nightnoise returned to their roots and moved to Ireland, where they got a gig on a weekly television show called Brid Live, broadcast by RT1 in Dublin. At this time Cunningham's participation in the band was wrapping up, and he left after the release of The White Horse Sessions, a retrospective live album released in Since then, however, the band has mysteriously faded away, neither touring nor recording.

Group formed in Portland, OR, c. If this is indeed the end of Nightnoise, then the band's legacy is best summed up by the reviewer Paul Verna of Billboard: "In the midst of the current wave of Celtic enthusiasm, Nightnoise reminds us that it's been creating a Celtic fusion longer than most. Now it deploys a pristine embroidery of keyboards, flutes, tin whistles, guitar, and violin in the service of vibrant instrumentals …. The haunting, melodic atmospheres of this group are long overdue for discovery by fans of Enya and Clannad.

Musica splendida, come di consueto dai Nightnoise, ma CD difettoso di fabbrica. "A Different Shore" is haunting. There are times when Triona's voice seems thin, but there is so much value in the words she is singing that you will grasp at their sensitive and eternal beauty despite the pale quality of the voice. This album is the perfect /5(8).

9 thoughts on “A Different Shore - Nightnoise (2) - A Different Shore (CD, Album)”

  1. Gozilkree says:
    Released in , “A Different Shore” ranks as one of the best albums Nightnoise ever crafted. The album starts with the stirring “Call of the Child” and the hypnotic “For Eamonn,” two of the strongest pieces Nightnoise ever assembled. There are also some gentle pieces here like “Another Wee Niece" and the title track/5(18).
  2. Dimuro says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of A Different Shore on Discogs. Label: Windham Hill Records - • Format: CD Album, Club Edition • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Folk, World, & Country • Style: New Age, Contemporary Jazz, Folk, Neofolk3/5(2).
  3. Tushicage says:
    Apr 07,  · Released in , “A Different Shore” ranks as one of the best albums Nightnoise ever crafted. The album starts with the stirring “Call of the Child” and the hypnotic “For Eamonn,” two of the strongest pieces Nightnoise ever assembled. There are also some gentle pieces here like “Another Wee Niece" and the title track/5(16).
  4. Melkree says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of A Different Shore on Discogs. Label: Windham Hill Records - • Format: CD Album, Promo • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Folk, World, & Country • Style: New Age, Celtic.
  5. Tojami says:
    11 rows · Nightnoise carved out a popular niche for their ethereal blend of Celtic music with mellow 6/
  6. Kihn says:
    Listen to your favorite songs from A Different Shore by Nightnoise Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  7. Mazurisar says:
    A Different Shore is the sixth studio album by Nightnoise. The album was released by Windham Hill Records on 9 May Track listing. No. Title Writer(s) Length; 1. "Call of the Child" Brian Dunning: 2. "For Eamonn" Mícheál Ó Domhnaill.
  8. Mazugul says:
    Check out A Different Shore by Nightnoise on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on scutunarophprofpul.fundsimpbasranocaguarepapecwicon.co(8).
  9. Tarisar says:
    Oct 31,  · For Eamonn by Nightnoise from their album, A Different Shore.

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