Clannad - In A Lifetime album FLAC
The Best of Clannad: In a Lifetime is a greatest hits compilation album by Irish folk group Clannad. It contains two new tracks, "Christmas Angels" and "What Will I Do", the latter of which is on the soundtrack to the Kevin Costner film Message in a Bottle. In a Lifetime" (duet with Bono) 3:08. Theme from Harry's Game" 2:30. I Will Find You" 5:15. What Will I Do" 5:30. Almost Seems (Too Late to Turn)" 4:45. Both Sides Now" (duet with Paul Young) 4:42. Robin (The Hooded Man)" 2:51.
With over ten different greatest-hits collections to choose from, Irish legends Clannad seem poised to surpass their number of full-length releases. While this may help with the flow - it does - it would be nice to hear the group's shape-shifting styles chronicled more thoroughly.
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The album features In a Lifetime. Recorded in 1985, Bono joined Irish band Clannad on the song In a Lifetime, which was initially released on the album Macalla in 1985. It was also released as a single on three occasions, first in January 1986 as the third single released from Macalla and in 1989 as a promotional track for the Past Present collection of songs, and finally in 1993 in Europe at a time when the song was being used as an advertising campaign for Jameson Whiskey. In a Lifetime has also been included on a number of compilation CDs including Moods 2 (1994), Celtic Spirit (1996), Celtic Myst (1998), Best of Celtic (2003), Greatest Irish Bands (2004), and The Celtic Circle (2004). Clannad have released a few live versions of In a Lifetime, most notably on the Gaelforce CD, but none of these live performances include Bono and are often sung with other vocalists.
The Essential Clannad Sony Legacy 2012. Clannad: Greatest Hits Sony Music Canada Inc. 2000. Only for completionists (0%).
They released their self-titled first album in 1973, yet the band didn't earn any widespread success until they toured Germany in 1975. Maire's sister, Enya, joined the group in 1980, but left in 1982, just as the group was beginning to come into some pop success in the . Clannad recorded the theme song for the television program Harry's Game; the single hit number five on the charts and won the band an Ivor Novello Award. Clannad's success continued in 1986, when U2's Bono was featured on the Top 20 hit "In a Lifetime. The band continued to release albums into the '90s, building their pop following without losing their folk audience. Landmarks, which was issued in early 1997, earned the group their first ever Grammy award, though it also signaled the beginning of a long hiatus from the stage, and an indefinite one in regards to the studio.
|1||In A Lifetime||3:07|
- Producer – Steve Nye
NotesFrom the "Past Present" album (9912-1-R)
|PB40535, PB 40535||Clannad||In A Lifetime (7", Single, Sil)||RCA, RCA||PB40535, PB 40535||Europe||1986|
|PB 40535||Clannad||In A Lifetime (En Una Vida) (7", Single)||RCA||PB 40535||Spain||1986|
|JR-14270||Clannad||In A Lifetime (12", Promo)||RCA||JR-14270||US||1985|
|PD 42874, PD42874||Clannad||In A Lifetime (CD, Single, RE)||RCA, RCA, BMG, BMG||PD 42874, PD42874||Europe||1989|
|PB 40535||Clannad||In A Lifetime (7", Single, Pap)||RCA||PB 40535||Europe||1986|