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Ar Log - The Carmarthen Oak album

Ar Log - The Carmarthen Oak album Performer: Ar Log
Title: The Carmarthen Oak
Style: Folk, Medieval
Date of release: 1980
Size MP3: 1281 mb
Size FLAC: 1272 mb
Rating: 4.1

AR LOG was the first Welsh folk band to become a full-time professional outfit, and their contribution to raise the profile of Welsh traditional music has been immense, travelling as they did to many countries on several continents. All 9 members still have a busy life in work and at home, but they ventured to Germany in 2001 as part of their ‘Silver Tour’. It was a nostalgic journey as the original members first performed in Germany back in 1976, and it became Ar Log’s second home in the early 80’s, as they returned regularly to perform, for periods of up to nine weeks at a time. Ar Log is one of the most durable and best-loved Welsh folk groups. The band’s extraordinary level of musicianship, manly and sensitiv. nd spirited clog dancing can all be experienced on their recordings.

Album · 2001 · 21 Songs. Yr Hen Dderwen Ddu (The Old Carmarthen Oak). 21. Ymdaith Sir Feirionydd, Aden y Frân Ddu (The Merionethshire March, The Wing of the Black Crow).

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Ar Log's ability to convert simple tunes into sophisticated harmonies is demonstrated in tracks such as Cerrig y Rhyd. By 1988, Iolo Jones had returned as a second fiddler. Ar Log V probably remains the group's most prominent album in terms of blending the synthesiser into the traditional elements. The group also rejoined Dafydd Iwan in 1988 for a celebration of the singer's quarter-centennial on the road. However, by now, Ar Log had essentially become a part-time operation, as the group's members had found full-time employment elsewhere

Hearts of Oak is the third studio album by American indie rock band Ted Leo and the Pharmacists, released on February 11, 2003 by Lookout! Records. A music video was filmed for the single "Where Have All the Rude Boys Gone?". It was ranked 59th by the online magazine Pitchfork on the list of the 200 albums of the decade. Hearts of Oak garnered universal acclaim from music critics highlighting Leo's musicianship in terms of lyrical content, instrumentation and vocal performance.

Carmarthen Part of a 15km secondary route between Llansteffan (High Street) and Carmarthen (A4242). NB The northern end of the route has various end points in Carmarthen: A40; A4242; and A484. B4312 Old Oak Lane, related objects. Nearby cities: Coordinates: 51°51'39"N 4°17'57"W.

Broad Oak (nr) 280 281. Broad Oak Farm (nr) 280 281. Bus services. 280 - Carmarthen - Llandovery via Nantgaredig, Llandeilo Morris Travel. 281 - Carmarthen - Llandovery via Nantgaredig, Llandeilo Morris Travel.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A The Carmarthen Oak
Engineer – Alan MorrowProducer – Ar Log, Dave FoisterWritten-By – Frank Hennessy
B Llongau Caernarfon (The Ship Of Caernarfon)
Written-By – Trad.*

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Dingle's Records Ltd.
  • Published By – Land Of Song Music
  • Published By – Dingle's Music


Made in UK.
Side A: Published by Land Of Song Music.
Side B: Published by Dingle's Music.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label side A): SID 224-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Label side B): SID 224-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout area side A, variant 1): SID 224 A - 1 EG
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout area side B, variant 1): SID 224 B1
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout area side A, etched, variant 2): SID 224 A - 1 EG
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout area side B, etched, variant 2): SID 224 B1 1 S⃫I⃫D⃫ ⃫2⃫3⃫1⃫ ⃫B⃫1⃫