I bought this as an LP when first issued in the 1970's, which dates me. It captivated me when young, and still does, so I was very pleased to find it on CD, thank you Amazon. This live recording followed the seminal 'Renaissance of the Celtic Harp' which I unreservedly also recommend. In addition to championing the harp - and being an excellent player - which that recording showcased beautifully; Stivell introduced many to music from Gaelic speaking countries and in particular his native Brittany. This live recording could probably be described as emerging from the folk rock movement of the late 1960's, but that does it an injustice. It is a combination of traditional folk instruments (harp, bombard, fiddles), cellos and electric guitars, keyboards etc; and a combination off a few familiar folk songs and many much less familiar Breton pieces, all beautifully played with great feeling and, when appropriate, gusto: just listen to the electric guitar of Dan Ar Bras on Pop Plinn. Has it aged? I'll leave those who explore it to judge, but to my mind, anyone listening now will find it fresh, new and I think, still exciting. Try it. If uncertain, several of the pieces are on YouTube so you can sample first.