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Live At The Royal Albert Hall [2 CD]
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Two CD set in a 6 panel softpak featuring all 20 songs performed at the storied London venue during Loreena's Lost Soul European Tour. Includes seven songs that have never been previously released on live recordings and six songs from her latest album, Lost Souls. The Live At The Royal Albert Hall performance includes Loreena, her band and the five special guest musicians.
- Product Dimensions : 9.37 x 5.71 x 0.39 inches; 2.47 Ounces
- Manufacturer : Quinlan Road
- Original Release Date : 2019
- Date First Available : September 25, 2019
- Label : Quinlan Road
- ASIN : B07XW6SNLB
- Number of discs : 2
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I saw Loreena McKennitt a couple of years back performing a magical stripped down set with just she on harp and piano; guitars and cello with an occasional fourth on violin. It was simply divine and stretched my aural credulity way past breaking point to understand how three people could make such beautiful music. The squaring off between cello and guitar in The Bonny Swans was stunning....
Anyway, this album. Loreena's music is transcendental, it's the only word I can find for it. Some people might find the adjusted tempo of some of the songs a little jarring but she is a performer non pareil and ultimately she gets you where she's going. So what if it's another live album? There is a very generous smattering of new songs to justify the expense and The Two Trees is a very rare live performance; the older songs are taken down, polished up and set to work their own particular magic.
Whoever was there that night was given a real treat, for sure.