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  • Interprete: Carreg Lafar
  • Titolo: Ysbryd Y Werin
  • Genere: Folk - Country
  • Catalogo #: SCD 2102
  • Etichetta: Sain
  • Paese: UK
  • Data di rilascio: 1995
  • Stile: Folk
  • Dimensione FLAC 1707 mb
  • Dimensione MP3: 2303 mb
  • Registra da CD, Album


1Glan Môr Heli3:24
2Tôn Y Melinydd2:35
3Cŵyn Mam-Yng-Nhgyfraith3:03
4Cân Merthyr3:49
5Alawon Fy Ngwlad4:35
6Cân Crwtyn Y Gwartheg4:09
7Ysbryd Y Werin / Mae'r Ddaear Yn Glasu5:14
8Y Gleisiad Yn Y Gwanwyn3:34
10Ar Ryw Noswaith3:34


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
G2-10037Carreg Lafar Ysbryd Y Werin ‎(CD, Album)Blix Street RecordsG2-10037US1995


  • Artwork By – Charles Britton
  • EngineerEryl B. Davies
  • Fiddle, Cello, KeyboardsRhian Evan-Jones
  • Flute, WhistleJames Rourke
  • GuitarSimon O'Shea
  • Guitar [12 String], VocalsNick Dowsett
  • ProducerEmyr Rees
  • VocalsLinda Owen-Jones
  • Vocals, Bodhrán, Drum, Whistle, Design [Sleeve]Antwn Owen-Hicks


Album 1995 10 Songs. Ysbryd y Werin. Carreg Lafar. SingerSongwriter , 1995. Cŵyn Mam-Yng-Nghyfraith. Carreg Lafar released their debut album Ysbryd y Werin in November 1995. In 1997, Carreg Lafar launched Ysbryd y Werin in North America with a two-week tour of the States. Tôn y Melinydd, 02:39. Hiraeth, 04:11. Two tracks from Carreg Lafar's album Profiad Lloer dirion and Tri pheth set alongside a variety of imagery inspired by ancient free to Carreg Lafar Ysbryd Y Werin Cwyn Mam-Yng-Nghyfraith, Y Gleisiad Yn Y Gwanwyn and more. 10 tracks 37:47. 1995 - 10 songs. Y Gleisiad Yn y Gwanwyn. More albums from Carreg Lafar. 2010 Ysbryd Y Werin. play all. Similar Albums. 38:30 10 Songs. Cwyn Mam-Yng-Nghyfraith. Ysbryd Y WerinMae'r Ddaear Yn Glasu. Ton Y Melinydd. More Carreg Lafar. Listen to Ysbryd Y Werin now. 1995 Sain Recordiau Cyf. Legal Privacy Cookies About Ads

Commenti: (1)
I have to say I've been so in the dark when it comes to Welsh folk music. Doesn't help that living in America that most people only been exposed to Irish folk music, which PBS always do during pledges totally neglecting the rest of the Celtic world. Carreg Lafar really deserves international fame, and sadly, I only knew of two people who heard of them. One of them was Welsh, but living in San Francisco, who made Celtic artwork. Another was just a guy who was an assistant of her. I bought this purely by audio samples and I was just amazed. When a publication called Dirty Linen Magazine (unsurprisingly named after a Fairport Convention song and did start off as Fairport Fanatics, a Fairport newsletter) stated that they felt Carreg Lafar did for Welsh folk music what early Steeleye Span did for English folk, they had a point there!

Ysbyrd y Werin, released in 1995 on Sain was the first of three releases. If you can imagine a more acoustic version of Steeleye Span, or The Pentangle without the jazz influence, give it a stronger Celtic feel, and concentrate mainly on traditional Welsh folk material (whatever isn't traditional Welsh is band compositions in the Welsh folk style). The music here is centered around the vocals of Linda Owen Jones with the fiddle of Rhian Evan Jones. Male vocals from Nick Dowsett can remind one of Tim Hart or Martin Carthy. Guitars are all acoustic by Simon O'Shea. You also get plenty of Celtic flute and whistle from James Rourke.

This album is totally packed with great songs like "Y Gleisiad yn y Gwanwyn", "Ton y Melinydd" (or "Can y Melyndd"), "Can Merthyr", and "Ar Ryw Noswaith". Linda Owen Jones has a wonderful voice that goes with this music. "Ton y Melinydd" just blows me away with that fiddle playing and those Celtic whistles. Alan Stivell did a wonderful version of it on his From Celtic Roots (Chemins de Terre) from 1973 (how well he does his Welsh, I can't say as I don't speak it, and Stivell himself is Breton). Pererin also did a great version of it off their obscure 1980 album Haul ar yr Eira, although arranged in a different manner. It also needs to be pointed out that Alan Stivell was one of the Celtic musicians Carreg Lafar admire, and I guess I can't be too surprised.

I really love the approach Carreg Lafar does. If you didn't know any better, you'd think this was recorded in 1970, not 1995! This doesn't have a contemporary feel or production, and if you dislike New Age trappings in your Celtic music like Enya, you've came to the right place. If this group wanted to go electric, there'd be no getting around that they'd be like a Welsh Fairport Convention or Steeleye Span. Let me tell you this CD comes totally essential!
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