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The Memory Of Trees

The Memory Of Trees

20 Nov 1995
4.7 out of 5 stars 89 customer reviews

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The Memory of Trees opens with what has to be one of enya's most impressive instrumentals so far, a great piece that almost makes you feel like you are floating away on clouds of crimson, and then its into the vivacious hit single 'Anywhere Is' which is one of those songs that is so catchy you wonder why it hasn't been written before! ( I can still remember what I was doing when I first heard it on the radio, it made that much of an impression on me!) It has to be up there with 'Orinoco Flow' as being on of Enya's greatest!
Another type song that I really like and Enya does so well is 'Pax Doeorum', it has a slightly darker feeling - Latin chant to it, which gives some great contrast to the album. Other favourites include 'China Roses', and the more simple yet perfectly performed 'Hope Has a Place' & 'Once You Had Gold' In which the clarity & beauty of enya's vocals really shine through.
The overall feel of this album is of being more lavish, than Enya's previous ones, with even more lush multi-layered ethereal vocals and keyboards than before, and although it doesn't quite have the same emotional feel as her Watermark or Shepherd Moons albums, it certainly has a more uplifting edge to it.
At the end of the day a perfect album to escape to, relax, uplift and inspire you!
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Quite simply magnificent. It is quite apt that Enya is rightly seated on a throne for the cd cover of this enchanting album. 11 wonderfully composed beautiful songs (sometimes between 1and 3 extra tracks depending on which edition you purchase) with exquisite melodies.

My favourite is track number 4 Athair Ar Neamh which means 'Father in Heaven'. You will enjoy listening to this entire cd of real music.

I had a minor issue with the delivery of the album first time round, but Amazon were very professional and swift and sorting it out for me.
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Beautiful sound of Enya.
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not my favourite from Enya.
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'Anywhere Is' is the star song of this album. While I consider 'The Memory of Trees' to be her best album, they are all very good in terms of transporting your mind to distant places you may never travel to in your lifetime. In the end, although I must be 'On My Way Home', a journey with Enya is always worth repeating.
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'The Memory of Trees' has become my second favourite Enya album after 'Watermark'. 'The Memory of Trees' proved to me that Enya is still a force to be reckoned with. The single that was lifted from this wonderful album, 'Anywhere Is' is a catchy tune and moves along nicely then makes way to the almost hymnal 'Pax Deorum' which opens with sounds of rainfall. Enya's voices and musicality on this track on almost pitch perfect. For someone who does all the vocals and plays all the instruments herself, she makes a truly exquisite sound.

The rest of the album is nearly flawless and the tracks flow together really nicely. Finishing off with the wonderful closing track 'On My Way Home' this album is testament to her genius and skill as a multi-instrumentalist and singer who sings both lead and backing vocals. Truly stunning and wonderful album.
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- Being of irish origin i guess i am biased however, this is an amazing album. Enya's music is both sensual and dramtic - the track "Pax Deorum" sung in latin is so powerful yet calming and never ceases to hit me in a way that no poetry or art or any other music has ever done before!!
- on the other hand tracks such as "Athair Ar Neamh" are so peaceful and tranquil.
- all of the songs are beautifully composed and stick quite strongly to the traditional gealic origins which are made to soar through Enya's haunting yet warming vocals.
- i find that there is a deepness to enya's music that enables anyone to become drawn in and find it very personal - i find her music both Audible and physical there is a body to the music that i have found missing in other celtic music!
there is a real variety to this album and highly recommend it. also "Watermark" is a very good and traditional 'enya-styled' album as i find "A Day Without Rain" lost some of it's intimacy!
anyway really hope this helps
Kind regards
Vicky (18)
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Enya is one of the most relaxing artists around today. For non-taxing music do listen to these marvellous tracks particularly late at night. You will not be dissapointed.
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