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Afro Celt Sound System is a musical group who fuse electronic music with traditional Irish and West African music. Afro Celt Sound System was formed in 1995 by producer-guitarist Simon Emmerson, and feature a wide range of guest artists. In 2003 they temporarily changed their name to Afrocelts before reverting to their original name. Their albums have been released through Peter Gabriel's Real World Records, and they have frequently performed at WOMAD festivals worldwide
Capture compiles the best tracks from Afro Celt Sound System’s first five albums, released between 1995 and 2005. One disc, subtitled Verse, contains tracks featuring vocals; the second, Chorus, focuses on instrumentals. Together, they encapsulate the elements which have made the band popular: an irresistible blend of rhythms and lilting spirituality aimed equally at the head, heart and feet. Another measure of that album’s success is that tracks from it were soon used in the soundtracks of the films Live Flesh (the track Whirl-Y-Reel) and Gangs of New York (Dark Moon). Even with such distinctive vocal stylists present, the sound of the Afro Celt Sound System shines through, one that has been highly influential and much-imitated. At times, it can almost feel all-pervasive – the soundtrack of the modern world. This collection perfectly captures and conveys that feeling.
Home Ethnic Fusion Afro Celt Sound System Capture: Chorus '2010. Capture: Chorus '2010. Afro Celt Sound System. 01. Afro Celt Sound System - Mojave. 02. Afro Celt Sound System - Deep Channel. 03. Afro Celt Sound System - Colossus. 04. Afro Celt Sound System - Sure-As-Not. 05. Afro Celt Sound System - Urban Aire & Big Cat. 06. Afro Celt Sound System - Whirl-Y-Reel 1. 07. Afro Celt Sound System - Dark Moon. 08. Afro Celt Sound System - Shadowman. 09. Afro Celt Sound System - Lovers Of Light. 10. Afro Celt Sound System - Cyberia
Afro Celt Sound System can chill with the best of them. Where Two Rivers Meet brings a change of pace, with light kora, and deep, unhurried bohdran from Robbie Harris. The leisurely outing continues with Lucy Doonan’s gorgeous, soft Gaelic vocal and Griogair’s jazz-inspired exploration of highland pipes. This track swings with a barely subdued sense of fun and leads to the equally danceable The Communicator – a feast of Bamako club beats, kora and big brass. The celebratory sound of fireworks that heralds the album’s closing track, Kalsi Breakbeat, is entirely appropriate – there have been fireworks all through the album. When Shooglenifty’s strings, Mass effects, and Johnny Kalsi’s Dhol Drummers join forces you can expect the fireworks to be spectacular.
Afro Celt Sound System. New studio album FLIGHT is out 23 November 2018.
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