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Clannad - Legend mp3 Performer: Clannad
Album: Legend
Country: Canada
Released: 1984
Style: Folk Rock, Ballad, Vocal, Ambient
Label: RCA
Genre: Electro / Rock / Pop
Catalog #: 07863 66306-2
Size MP3: 1346 mb.
Rating: 4.1/5
Votes: 449
Record Source: CD, Album


1Lady Marian3:20
2Scarlet Inside5:08
3Robin (The Hooded Man)2:48
7Strange Land3:10
8Ancient Forest2:59
9Together We3:28
10Now Is Here3:32


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
4TA 3012Clannad Legend. Music From The TV Series Robin Of Sherwood ‎(Cass, Album)Tara4TA 3012IrelandUnknown
CD 3012Clannad Legend ‎(CD, Album)TaraCD 3012Ireland1984
PL 70188 Clannad Legend ‎(LP, Album)RCAPL 70188 Italy1984
AS186Clannad Legend ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial)ASTAAS186PolandUnknown
ND71703Clannad Legend ‎(CD, Album, RP)RCAND71703GermanyUnknown


(P) 1984 BMG Records (UK) Ltd.
Printed In Canada.


  • Barcode: 0 7863-66306-2 5
  • Matrix / Runout: #940117A 0786366306-2


  • Distributed By – BMG Music Canada


Legend is a 1984 soundtrack album for the ITV television series Robin of Sherwood, by the Irish folk group Clannad. It is their eighth album. In 1985, this album won the BAFTA award for Best Original Television Music, making Clannad the first Irish band to win the award. Robin The Hooded Man, the title theme from the series, was also released on a 7-inch single in 1984, featuring actor Michael Praed as Robin of Sherwood on the sleeve. The single was then re-released in 1986 with a newly recorded. Clannad is the debut album by Irish folk group Clannad. It was released in 1973 by Philips Ireland. It was reissued in 1982 under the name The Pretty Maid. In 1997, it was released on CD for the first time by Royal Records International again under the name Clannad, with a bonus track from 1975. The album features songs in both Irish Gaelic and English, including a cover version of Bonnie Dobson's Morning Dew, as well as many traditional Irish songs. All tracks Traditional except where indicated. Robin of Sherwood retitled Robin Hood in the United States, was a British television series, based on the legend of Robin free to Clannad Legend Robin The Hooded Man, Now Is Here and more. 10 tracks 32:33. Clannad 28-02-1990. 총 시간:38 min. Band Name Clannad. Album Name Legend. Type Album. Released date 1984. Labels RCA Records. Music StyleFolk Rock. Members owning this album1. Robin The Hooded Man. This 1984 release finds Clannad at the height of its career. LEGEND is essentially the soundtrack to the television show, ROBIN OF SHERWOOD, and opens with the theme music, Robin The Hooded Man. Other songs such as Herne and Now is Here retain the ambient soaking wet with reverb sound, though the theme for Lady Marian harks back to more traditional harp music. Clannad - Legend. Album LEGEND grupy CLANNAD ukazał się w 1984r


Never knew that “Robin of Sherwood” famous series from the 80s had an album, I searched for the music for years until finally the internet brought me to this album.

As a child these series impressed me very strongly and left an indeleble mark in my memory, as usual with most British fiction series from the time there were lots of pagan implications, some occultist topics and a sense of naturalism that pervaded everything, from the mystic scenarios to the rather unforgettable atmospheric and quasi ethereal soundtrack.

I pretty much have the idea that in general the folk movement from the 60s and 70s from Britain as well as these particular series among many others with its remarkably intelligent and deep plots and contents branded in fire a spiritual impromptu in many children from that time, in my opinion some neo-pagans born there.

And even if my assertion is bold, then you may just check this soundtrack, listen to it and contextualize it. The music simply transports your imagination to a place where old gods were still alive, nature was more than trees or moss and grass, there is “quite something” else, something above normal things and authors reach that with the music.

Maybe today, when new age has consolidated a genre, and where folk has enough ramifications that define its many branches and styles this may not seem that special. But one has to recognize that this still sound great, the sense of melody is very beautiful in its own and brings more than one emotion to the palette, chorus lines along with the naturality from the synths put the listener in a trance of mysterious mysticism and pantheistic beatitude, a must for a pagan soul! It must be reminded that this band was Enya’s development, and even if she doesn’t make part on this particular album, somehow there is a part of that style in here, perhaps a little somber.

I think the album could very well serve as a musical accompaniment to the kind of Folklore identifications from the likes of John Keats or Arthur Machen, an otherworldly event of mystic proportions.