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Jelani
(Home of the freak, land of the vague)
Posted: May 27, 2017 9:58
 

This is like a musical treadmill; a lot of activity, but not really going anywhere... nor a change of scenery.
BillG
(Left Coast)
Posted: May 26, 2017 20:03
 

 VH1 wrote:
Well,now it is official: This "last played" thingy does not work!! 

Last played "6 December 2015"???

Yeah right, I heard it today twice, I heard it yesterday, and the day before and so on.

It IS played EVERY DAY!!! 

Not that I mind, I love this song, but I do also not want it to be overplayed like so many other songs here.

 

 
That info is correct. I'm just now scheduling it to play for the first time since then.  

Other songs by AfroCelts perhaps — though never the same one twice in the same day, or 2 consecutive days.  
VH1
(near Alpha Centauri, then the next left!)
Posted: Oct 06, 2016 4:06
 

Well,now it is official: This "last played" thingy does not work!! 

Last played "6 December 2015"???

Yeah right, I heard it today twice, I heard it yesterday, and the day before and so on.

It IS played EVERY DAY!!! 

Not that I mind, I love this song, but I do also not want it to be overplayed like so many other songs here.

 
wpgjet
(the waiting place)
Posted: Jul 02, 2015 14:38
 

 Sloggydog wrote:
This song just ruined my bath.  It is greatly displeasing to mine ears.

 
Lol
That made me lol
 
Mine ears

Love that  
gfp
(Germany)
Posted: Mar 29, 2015 15:16
 

Awful rendition of the original. This group is much, much better than this mixed-up version!
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Lonestar
(Probably Above You)
Posted: Sep 22, 2014 11:36
 

Some things just shouldn't be put together — this is like mixing peanuts and bubblegum. 
NeilBlanchard
(Greater Boston area, Massachusetts Eaarth)
Posted: Sep 22, 2014 11:34
 

Not among my favorites from this album.
Sloggydog
(UK)
Posted: Aug 22, 2014 5:22
 

This song just ruined my bath.  It is greatly displeasing to mine ears.
Dinges,_the_Dude
(below sea-level, N52°37', E4°88')
Posted: Aug 22, 2014 5:20
 

Nope... reminds me of Ennia and of other Celtic sounds: not my cup of tea! Not Bill-worthy!
leafmold
Posted: Nov 11, 2013 13:31
 

 crockydile wrote:

It makes me want to beat out rhythms on my desk. You dance all you want....


 
It makes me want to beat the drummer (or more likely drum machine) with a hammer.
zepher
Posted: Nov 11, 2013 13:27
 

 Ebabeleba wrote:


 
Are the Hair Bears Recruiting new members?




leafmold
Posted: Nov 11, 2013 13:27
 

yes. exactly. 


markthecarp wrote:
Techno/trance slop.

 


markthecarp
(Ventura, CA)
Posted: Nov 11, 2013 13:25
 

Techno/trance slop.
meauclaire
(AZ....the land of misfits)
Posted: Jul 08, 2013 18:23
 

Techno junk
coste
Posted: Jun 06, 2013 22:39
 

This I don't like.
maxmox
(Broome, Western Australia)
Posted: Apr 04, 2013 23:15
 

 Jelani wrote:
I used to think I liked these guys. Now I know I don't.
International Elevator Music. 
 
Then you obviously haven't seen them live, creating loops mid song, then creating another on top, until the nineteen players on stage produce such a wall of a rich sound mosaic, that it's very elevating!
Dahlia_Gumbo
(San Francisco)
Posted: Dec 31, 2012 19:50
 

Way cool, although a tad long.
Jelani
(Home of the freak, land of the vague)
Posted: Nov 30, 2012 11:02
 

I used to think I liked these guys. Now I know I don't.
International Elevator Music. 
DD gypsyman
(just passing through....)
Posted: Sep 28, 2012 15:26
 

Since I own this cd, I give it a thumbs up.  {#Cheers}
Tippster
(Washington, DC)
Posted: Apr 23, 2012 16:26
 

{#Bananajumprope}
oldsaxon
(United Kingdom)
Posted: Jan 19, 2012 11:56
 

 Snorfalorpagus wrote:
After spending a weekend in the touristy parts of Dublin, I had hoped to get away from this pipe rubbish. :(
 
Why did you go to Ireland, the very heart of Ireland, the very heart of a nation that holds music as a national treasure, if you didn't like the music? I'm just askin' and I'm hoping it was a business trip and not a poorly thought out vacation :)

I went there FOR the music... loved every busker and every pub band I saw. Next time go to the horribly touristy town of Kilkenny and find "Molly's" a lovely little pub with real beer and real music and at that time, no TVs and only one fruit machine. Not many pipers there, it's a folk rock sort of pub. I had a wonderful night there. My pound cover was well spent (a pound! ha!). Or Wexford, or anywhere.

At Molly's about half way through the band's set a friend of theirs showed up and did an impromptu version of psycho killer that I still can't forget, as much as I might want to...absolutely terrifying and brilliant :)
Snorfalorpagus
(UK)
Posted: Oct 16, 2011 12:02
 

After spending a weekend in the touristy parts of Dublin, I had hoped to get away from this pipe rubbish. :(
Sleepytyme
(When in doubt, twirl)
Posted: Aug 14, 2011 13:49
 

Wow, that woke me up...
pixel-pusher
Posted: Jun 12, 2011 12:55
 

An outstanding album from an outstanding band!
kilroyjoe3
(Farmington, NM)
Posted: Jun 12, 2011 12:54
 

{#Roflol}  LOL.


 
rtrudeau wrote:

I have noticed a disproportionate number of archly negative comments on RP from the fair city of London and its environs. Can anyone explain this phenomenon?

 


rpfan101
(Arkham)
Posted: Dec 05, 2010 13:28
 

 Slarti wrote:

Well another negative here, 35 miles outside of London.

It is probably a reaction the volume of Riverdance and similar we get foisted on us.

And it just gets on your nerves after a while.

{#Puke}

 
Wow, what a funny coincidence — you're from Maldon, Essex and here I am, writing an essay on Rev. George Gifford of Maldon, Essex from the 17th century! 

Ebabeleba
(On the Spot)
Posted: Oct 03, 2010 6:03
 


nerakdon
(Colorado)
Posted: Jun 29, 2010 8:50
 

Exceptional.
jkhandy
(Near the ocean (in my mind))
Posted: May 28, 2010 12:56
 

{#Bounce}
Dillinquent
(Hertford, UK)
Posted: Mar 26, 2010 6:08
 

rtrudeau wrote:

I have noticed a disproportionate number of archly negative comments on RP from the fair city of London and its environs. Can anyone explain this phenomenon?

Edit - AdyMiles - I'm not sure exactly where you're located within the UK, but I believe you've butressed my point even as I was writing it.

 
Well another negative here, 35 miles outside of London.

It is probably a reaction the volume of Riverdance and similar we get foisted on us.

And it just gets on your nerves after a while.{#Puke}

Well, I beg to differ, a big thumbs up from Hertford (30 miles from the smoke){#Dancingbanana_2}


Alpine
(N39d39mW121d30m)
Posted: Feb 22, 2010 15:42
 

 toomanyollys wrote:
eugh... like a techno version of those awful CDs you get on racks in gift-shops... I can see this sat between breakbeat whale-song and ambient forest-sounds. 1.

 
{#Lol}  You nailed it!  The same gift shop that sells the polished rocks, sea shells and redwood burls.

whtahtefcuk
(Flagstaff, AZ, USA)
Posted: Feb 22, 2010 15:39
 

WOW That SUCKS
Alpine
(N39d39mW121d30m)
Posted: Feb 22, 2010 15:39
 

ENOUGH!{#Puke}


crockydile
(Outer Spiral Arm, Milky Way)
Posted: Feb 22, 2010 15:39
 

 PeeBee wrote:
This song has an awesome strong rhythm; makes you wanna dance! {#Dancingbanana}
 
It makes me want to beat out rhythms on my desk. You dance all you want....

ginniet
(Spokane, WA)
Posted: Feb 22, 2010 15:39
 

Cranked up on my headphones!

{#Jump}

PeeBee
(The Netherlands)
Posted: Jan 22, 2010 5:31
 

This song has an awesome strong rhythm; makes you wanna dance! {#Dancingbanana}
Slarti
(Maldon, Essex, UK)
Posted: Nov 20, 2009 9:25
 

 rtrudeau wrote:

I have noticed a disproportionate number of archly negative comments on RP from the fair city of London and its environs. Can anyone explain this phenomenon?

Edit - AdyMiles - I'm not sure exactly where you're located within the UK, but I believe you've butressed my point even as I was writing it.

 
Well another negative here, 35 miles outside of London.

It is probably a reaction the volume of Riverdance and similar we get foisted on us.

And it just gets on your nerves after a while.

{#Puke}

More_Cowbell
(Northern IL)
Posted: Nov 20, 2009 9:20
 

 AdyMiles wrote:
predictable, like most celtic or afro music
  

 

Doesn't it suck when melodies get into music and ruin songs!  This one's a 8 though.



toomanyollys
(cruz del rey, london)
Posted: Sep 29, 2009 5:08
 

 rtrudeau wrote:

I have noticed a disproportionate number of archly negative comments on RP from the fair city of London and its environs. Can anyone explain this phenomenon?

Edit - AdyMiles - I'm not sure exactly where you're located within the UK, but I believe you've butressed my point even as I was writing it.

 
Hmmmm. Not sure I can explain it, but in my case I must admit that having looked through my comments, most of them are a bit negative! Of course, this is completely un-representative of my feelings towards the vast majority of the awesome music on RP (otherwise I wouldn't be here almost all day, every day). I shall henceforth attempt to balance out my negativity with some more jolly comments about all the stuff I love here {#Group-hug}

(still can't stand this one tho ;)


bbHappy
(39.991323, -105.261375, elev. 1654m)
Posted: Sep 18, 2009 9:03
 

Enough already!
fredriley
(Nottingham, UK)
Posted: Sep 18, 2009 9:02
 

 AdyMiles wrote:
predictable, like most celtic or afro music
 

Now that is one of the most sweeping, and inaccurate, comments I've ever seen on RP. Africa is the biggest continent on the planet, and celtic music comes from a stack of nations, including Ireland, Scotland, France, Spain, and Canada. How on earth can you dismiss them all in a simple one-liner? {#Beat}

Arguably ACSS is "predictable" in that you immediately know, within a few bars, that you're listening to a ACSS number, but celtic music as a whole is most definitely not predictable. I would suggest that you take time out to listen to modern Scottish groups who are as eclectic as feck, including Salsa Celtica, Shooglenifty, Peatbog Faeries, Capercaillie, to mention but a few, then try saying that celtic music is "predictable". Sometimes the ignorance of folk is absolutely breathtaking {#Stupid}
rtrudeau
(Bay Area, California)
Posted: Sep 18, 2009 8:59
 

 toomanyollys wrote:
eugh... like a techno version of those awful CDs you get on racks in gift-shops... I can see this sat between breakbeat whale-song and ambient forest-sounds. 1.

 
I have noticed a disproportionate number of archly negative comments on RP from the fair city of London and its environs. Can anyone explain this phenomenon?

Edit - AdyMiles - I'm not sure exactly where you're located within the UK, but I believe you've butressed my point even as I was writing it.

AdyMiles
(Wolverhampton, UK)
Posted: Sep 18, 2009 8:57
 

predictable, like most celtic or afro music
toomanyollys
(cruz del rey, london)
Posted: Jul 17, 2009 6:22
 

eugh... like a techno version of those awful CDs you get on racks in gift-shops... I can see this sat between breakbeat whale-song and ambient forest-sounds. 1.

Pyro
Posted: Jul 17, 2009 6:15
 

 Gartholamundi wrote:

i've been in the total unabashed fandom club ever since the 2nd album. 

{#Meditate}{#Daisy}{#Meditate}
 
Ditto.  Love love love these guys.

bugleboy624
(Bluefield, WV)
Posted: Mar 12, 2009 13:29
 

this is my kind of New Age music. Love the beat.
Gartholamundi
(Gainesville, FL)
Posted: Mar 12, 2009 13:28
 

arserocket wrote:

Me too


i've been in the total unabashed fandom club ever since the 2nd album. 

{#Meditate}{#Daisy}{#Meditate}
keller1
(In A Gadda Da Vida, Baby)
Posted: Jan 08, 2009 8:21
 

 vit wrote:


Yeah. So contrived you can pick them out from a mile away.

 

Go see em live.  They are absolutely great, and the furthest thing from contrived.
vit
Posted: Jan 08, 2009 8:16
 

whtahtefcuk wrote:
Sucks like the day is long!


Yeah. So contrived you can pick them out from a mile away.

whtahtefcuk
(Flagstaff, AZ, USA)
Posted: Jan 08, 2009 8:14
 

Sucks like the day is long!