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The Visit is the fourth studio album by Loreena McKennitt. Released in 1991, the album has been certified four times platinum in Canada and gold in the United States. It was produced by Brian Hughes and Loreena McKennitt. The album was a cowinner, with the compilation album Saturday Night Blues, of the 1992 Juno Award for Best Roots and Traditional Album of the Year.
Produced by Loreena McKennitt Co-produced by Brian Hughes. LM: Vocals, keyboards, accordion, harp, bodhrán Brian Hughes: Balalaika, electric and acoustic guitar ( All Souls Night, Bonny Portmore, Between The Shadows, The Lady Of Shalott, Greensleeves, Tango To Evora, Courtyard Lullaby, The Old Ways ) Al Cross: Drums ( All Souls Night, Bonny Portmore, Between The Shadows ) George Koller: Bass, cello, mad fiddle, tamboura, sitar ( All Souls Night, Bonny Portmore, Between The Shadows, Greensleeves, Cymbeline ). Broadening her focus toward a more eclectic range of Celtic-related subjects, and following her attendance at an international exhibition of Celtic artefacts in Venice, Loreena’s writing in her fourth album, The Visit, takes on the form of musical historical travel writing.
Producer – Loreena McKennitt. Recorded By – John Whynot. Recorded By, Mixed By – Jeff Wolpert. The Visit (CD, Album).
The visit - Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Cinéma et télévision The Visit est un court métrage canadien réalisé par Bernard Devlin en 1956. The Visit (album, 1991) - Pour les articles homonymes, voir The Visit.
Features Song Lyrics for Loreena McKennitt's The Visit album. Loreena McKennitt - The Visit Album Lyrics. 1. Between the Shadows (Persian Shadows) Lyrics.
1. All Souls Night Lyrics. 2. Bonny Portmore Lyrics. 3. Between the Shadows Lyrics.
The Visit is Loreena McKennitt at her most comfortable, creative, and soulful. McKennitt adapts another long poem from English Literature in her later album The Book of Secrets. McKennit faithfully puts the word of Alfred Noyes' The Highwayman into a heart-wrenching song. Again, over 10 minutes long, this is a formula McKennitt does very well. If I had to choose just one album by Loreena McKennitt, it would be The Book of Secrets. But it would be a cruel choice to have to make. I look forward to someday owning all of her works and anxiously await her next recording.