The Celts (album)

The Celts (album)

Infobox Album | Name = The Celts
Type = Album
Artist = Enya

Released = November, 1992
Recorded = 1986 & 1987| Genre = Celtic
Length = 39:19
Label = Reprise/Warner Music
Producer = Nicky Ryan
Reviews =
*Allmusic Rating|4|5 [ link]
Last album = "Shepherd Moons"
This album = "The Celts"
Next album = "The Memory of Trees"

"The Celts" is an album by Irish musician Enya, released in 1992 (see 1992 in music). It is a remastered re-release of her 1987 debut album "Enya". Aside from the enhanced sound, this new release also contains a longer version of the song "Portrait" (which runs for 1:23, found on the original release "Enya"), entitled "Portrait: Out Of The Blue" 3:11.

Track listing

#"The Celts" – 2:50
#"Aldebaran" – 3:05
#"I Want Tomorrow" – 4:02
#"March of the Celts" – 3:10
#"Deireadh an Tuath" – 1:43
#"The Sun in the Stream" – 2:55
#"To Go Beyond (I)" – 1:20
#"Fairytale" – 3:03
#"Epona" – 1:36 (limited stereo)
#"Triad: St. Patrick / Cú Chulainn / Oisín" – 4:25
#"Portrait (Out of the Blue)" – 3:11
#"Boadicea" – 3:30
#"Bard Dance" – 1:23 (mono)
#"Dan y Dŵr" – 1:41 (limited stereo)
#"To Go Beyond (II)" – 2:50


*"Mono" means this track contains no stereo effects and "Limited Stereo" means the number of stereo effects used are limited, or the amount of the track presented in stereo is short.

Certifications, peaks and sales


*Music composed by Enya
*Lyrics by Roma Ryan
*Published by EMI Songs Ltd
*Producer: Nicky Ryan
*Engineers: Nigel Reid, except tks. 2, 4. Nicky Ryan
*Mastering: Arun
*Arrangers: Enya, Nicky Ryan
*Design: Sooky Choi
*Photography: David Scheinmann

Guest artists

*Electric guitar by Arty McGlynn
*Uilleann pipes by Liam O'Flionn
*Violin by Patrick Halling


*Booklet contains liner notes by Roma Ryan.
*"Deireadh an Tuath" & "Dan Y Dŵr" are nearly identical except for the different language and lyric. "Deireadh an Tuath" is sung in Gaelic, "Dan Y Dŵr" is sung in Welsh.
*In 1989 a song called "Eclipse" was released as a b-side. This is a reversed and modified version of "Deireadh An Tuath".
*I Want Tomorrow is the only track on this album that is sung in English.



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