Shepherd Moons

Shepherd Moons

 

altArtist: Enya

Rating: 7 out of 10


This album was very soft and quiet and had less of the synth that other some other Enya albums have.Unfortunately, it also had less of the Gaelic chanting that some other Enya albums have.Ebudæ was very much worth the album for me, and I could see how it could be useful as background music for a druid ceremony situation, or perhaps while designing such an event for a game.Track nine is actually named for part of one of the staples of fantasy literature history, J. R. R. Tolkien’s Middle Earth forest of Lothlórien.It was mostly a soft piano ballad.Most of the rest of the album was, I think, a bit too&non’epic (for want of a better term) to be very useful in the type of D&D games I play in.Still, the music isn’t bad an is a good purchase for anyone that likes Enya’s other works.

 

1: Shepherd Moons
2: Carribean Blue
3: How Can I Keep From Singing?
4: Ebudae
5: Angeles
6: No Holly For Miss Quinn
7: Book of Days
8: Evacuee
9: Lothlórien
10: Marble Halls
11: Afer Ventus
12: Smaointe