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Al Lewis Band


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Having released the Welsh language EP Dilyn Pob Cam in 2008, the following year saw the release of Sawl Ffordd Allan, Al Lewis Band’s first full-length Welsh language album.

In 2011 came their second album Ar Gof a Chadw which reflects the warm sound of In the Wake. All songs discuss the feeling of belonging. Therefore, it was natural then for Al to collaborate once again with Arwel Lloyd, and leave Sarah Howells’s voice to envelop the songs in pure magic, as she did so beautifully on In the Wake. The subtle work of Sion Llwyd (bass and piano), Ryan Aston (drums), Jonathan Thomas (pedal steel) and Dave Wrench’s unequalled production skills are very apparent. And for those who enjoyed Meic Stevens’s appearance on Sawl Ffordd Allan, you won’t be disappointed to know that the special guest this time is Elin Fflur, singing a heart-aching song, ‘Hafan’.

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  • meredith999

    Ces i "Llai na munud" am ddim o'r Wefan Sain, can neis iawn :)

    1 Nov 2011 Reply