2016 vinyl reissue
First time on vinyl!
After 75 million in sales; four Grammy Awards; six World Music Awards; an Ivor Novello, an Oscar nomination, a Golden Globe nomination; and seven studio albums (plus the Paint The Sky With Stars compilation) which have hit the upper echelons of charts all over the world, Enya returned in 2015 with a new studio album, Dark Sky Island.
Three of Irish singer/composer Enya's older albums are getting rereleased on vinyl. Watermark and Shepherd Moons were already available on vinyl in the past but it's the first time you'll be able to get The Memory of Trees on LP.
Her fourth studio album The Memory of Trees, released in 1995, was the first to be recorded entirely in Ireland. The album retains her sound of multi-tracked vocals with keyboards and elements of Celtic and new age music, though Enya does not consider her music to be in the latter genre. She sings in English, Gaelic, Latin and Spanish.
The Memory of Trees received mostly positive reviews from critics and was a commercial success. It reached No. 5 in the United Kingdom and No. 9 on the Billboard 200 in the United States. The album was certified multi-platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America for shipments in excess of 3 million. Two tracks were released as singles; "Anywhere Is" in 1995, which reached No. 7 in the United Kingdom, followed by "On My Way Home" in November 1996, which peaked at No. 26.
|The Memory Of Trees|
|Athair Ar Neamh|
|From Where I Am|
|Hope Has A Place|
|Once You Had Gold|
|On My Way Home|