12 Songs, 43 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
179 Ratings

179 Ratings

Sportychic(k) ,

Enya Forever!

Her voice is so amazing! In my old house when I was really little, my parents played her music all the time. I grew up loving Enya, and I'm also half Irish. It's really fun to learn about the Celtic language, and I've actually learned how to sing some of her Celtic songs. Enya should keep singing 'till the day she dies! As long as she keeps coming out with more songs, I'll keep adding them to my iPod!

Hidden Force ,

Quintessential Enya

From "Caribbean Blue" to "Book of Days" to "Lothlórien," this album (along with her previous album, Watermark) demonstrate the amazing talent that Enya has, since she plays most of the instruments heard (except where noted) and does all of the vocal work. I originally bought the CD after hearing "Caribbean Blue" played over a store's music system and have been extremely satisfied with it ever since. Several of the songs from this album have been heard in other places. "Caribbean Blue" was popular on Top 40 stations for a while, "Book of Days" was heard in the Tom Cruise/Nicole Kidman movie, "Far and Away" and "Shepherd Moons" was used in an IMAX movie at the Smithsonian Air & Space Museum (and I shall always visualize astronauts spacewalking when I hear it).

The only complaint I might have about the iTunes release of this album is that the Anglicized version of "Book of Days" is included (which was rereleased in conjunction with "Far and Away"), instead of the original Gaelic version. (I'm glad I bought the CD when I did because it seems to be exceedingly difficult to find the Gaelic version of that song these days.)

P@ka ,


I love her so much her music is so great!!

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