Was that interview in Gaelic??? I've never heard it spoken before.... It sounds very cool!Love the music! Sure gets the toes tapping!! xoxoxo
I know there are the occasional "sad songs" but Irish music always makes me feel happy! And in a way, it's familiar, because so many Irish settled in my part of America.Whenever I feel kinda down, I listen to the Planxty CD Ken sent and it puts a smile back on my face.Now if I only had YOUR CD to add to me collection. ;)
Like Ponita, I can honestly say I've never heard a conversation in that tongue before. Look how old I am and I can still experience the new!This begs the question; when are we going to see a video of you perform? Eh?
Fab stuff! Hope all is well these days.
how wonderful the sounds of "home" - thanks SO much for sharing!!! ;)
Hmm, interesting. I like it even more because it sounds nothing like German. (have you noticed that german sounds rude and abusive even when theyre talking about flowers and love?)
Great stuff, the Irish are so melodic.
Oddly enough, there were times in that interview when the woman sounded distinctly Scottish...