The latest instalment of newly remastered catalogue releases, from the home of Tara Music, comes today from legendary Irish Folk group Clannad. Aligning with the group’s 50th anniversary together, having formed in 1970, two special re-issues of ‘Crann Úll’ and ‘Fuaim’ are again available on 180gram Vinyl, CD and digital.
Arguably their most influential, these two significant re-releases have been beautifully remastered by Aidan Foley/Masterlabs and overseen by Pól Brennan. They are also notably the first and last to feature the bands younger sister Eithne Ní Bhraonáin otherwise known as Enya.
“We are very pleased that ‘Crann Úll’ and ‘Fuaim’ have been remastered and are available again on vinyl …they were an important part of our musical journey….we are also very happy to lend our support to independent record stores everywhere” – Pól Brennan of Clannad.
The first x80 copies of ‘Crann Úll’, originally released in 1980, are pressed on 180gram Dark Grey vinyl. The first x82 copies of ‘Fuaim’, released in 1982, are pressed on 180gram Simple White vinyl. Both are signed and numbered exclusively on https://claddaghrecords.com/
CLANNAD: on Release July 16th
Crann Úll & Fuaim
FORMATS: LP (180g Vinyl), CD, and Digital (DIGITALLY REMASTERED)