Biography

Cromdale is an explosive mixture out of modern rock und celtic folk. Five musicians, from Bielefeld/Germany, settled up to go on a journey together through room and time. Their experiences, stories and phantasies, their manifold different musical backgrounds wove together to a style which expresses, between friction and melting, a full dish of feelings. So their songs tell of the sunny side of life, of love, lust and party but also of the darker sides like saying “goodbye”, war, hate and death. They lead on the green shires and forests of the scotish highlands, let us travel nostalgic through passed times, but also let us feel darkness and coldness out of the empires of evil.

The Band:
Claus Korte: accordeon, voc.
Peter Dreischmeier: bass, voc.
Arnold Ottmann: guitar, violin, mandoline, voc.
Thomas Senge: vocals, guitar
Marco Sommer: drums, voc.
http://www.cromdale.de

”After Years” 2000
Gesamtspielzeit: 31:30

1.Celebrate
2.Olga
3.Highlander`s Nightmare
4.Witches` Dance
5.I Know I Have To Die
6.Coming Home
7.Olga (Short Edit)


”Forgotten Tales” 2003
Gesamtspielzeit: 54:58

1.Why Do You Go, Buddy ?
2.Hey Ho (Dance Of The Fairies)
3.Daylight
4.Herr Mannelig
5.The Ferryman
6.To My Horizon
7.Here I Am
8.Na Na Na
9.What Shall we Do
10.Round `n Round
11.Sail Away
12.The Cow Is Dead


” Out of the Dark” 2005
Gesamtspielzeit 46:59

1.Claymore
2.Star of the County Down
3.Ho !
4.Follow me up to Carlow
5.Robinson
6.Black Sails
7.Natascha
8.Land of thousand Hills
9.Ye Jacobites by Name
10.The Mermaid

Edited by Folkuwe on 4 Oct 2006, 22:27

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http://www.cromdale.de/ (translation of the band’s description)

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