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Promessa
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Promessa
2000 This new Stone Age album is also amazing. The four members of Stone Age came back with a marvelous album, standing by their way of making music. Although the previous album was less close to Celtic material world (more about modern conceptualization of Celtic roots), Promessa came close to Celtic history. A look to what happened and what will happen. A link between Past, Present and Future from Celtic world.
MaribrengaŽl (single from Les Chronovoyageurs)
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MaribrengaŽl (single from Les Chronovoyageurs)
1998 This single is really important because it contains an unreleased track. This track is called KeyPipe Song and this is one of the best New Age tracks Stone Age has ever composed. Actually, this is really too bad this track is not part of one of their album because not many people know it. If you like Stone Age, you have to get this single.
Les Chronovoyageurs
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Les Chronovoyageurs
1998 With this second album, Stone Age was produced by Sony France. The first album being a huge success, they decided to make more advertisement for this new album. And we thought it worked. Actually, for New Age fan like us, this album is really good. Much more mature than the previous one, it let you enter a modern and totally New Age Celtic world. This album was also available (till it was renamed Le Chant Venu Des Mers and its cover was changed) as an extra CD featuring some really nice animation fitting the main title of the album.
Stone Age
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1994 This first album is known as Stone Age, as LíEnchanteur and as Stone Edge. That makes a lot of names for the same album. This is a really good album, made in the way Deep Forest make its music; you take some traditional roots and you mix them with modern rhythms. If this is well done, youíve got a very good New Age album. That worked for Deep Forest, this worked for Stone Age too. This album features traditional Celtic roots from the Gaelic part of France with nice modern rhythm. Interestingly, Stone Age put Gaelic lyrics in the booklet with translations in French and English.