If this album demonstrates one thing, it’s Arlene Faith’s potent ability to conjure up a wide range of emotions with Celtic instrumentals. Where many other albums of its kind tend to have twelve of the “same” track, Luna Wings strikes melancholy chords with different tempos, and not a single track falls flat.
Some of the more uppity tracks, like “Jack in the Pulpit” and “Pixie Dust” conjure up a spirit of contentment, while the more serious tones of “Eclipse” and “Fallen into Shadow” remind the listener that they’re on an emotional roller coaster.
The final track, “Luna Wings,” is the only song with lyrics, and is a worthy conclusion to this well-made compilation. Overall, Arlene Faith has assembled a wonderful album that is very much worth your time.