Reprise Readies Enya Box

The career of enchanting Celtic artist Enya is chronicled on the forthcoming four-disc box set, "Only Time * The Collection." Due Nov. 12 via Reprise, the 49-track set will be packaged in velvet and g

The career of enchanting Celtic artist Enya is chronicled on the forthcoming four-disc box set, "Only Time * The Collection." Due Nov. 12 via Reprise, the 49-track set will be packaged in velvet and gold foil, and features the music the vocalist/keyboardist has created with producer/arranger Nicky Ryan and lyricist Roma Ryan since her eponymous 1987 album, later retitled "The Celts."

Along with such well-known tracks as her breakthrough single "Orinoco Flow," from 1988's "Watermark," and "Caribbean Blue," from 1991's "Shepherd Moons," the box includes several previously unavailable songs, and enhanced video content. "Isobella" is a track that was previously only available in Japan, and will make its U.S. debut on "Only Time * The Collection."

Also new here is the original album version of "Only Time," which was previously unavailable on any worldwide Enya release. The same is true for the original single version of "Book of Days," from the 1992 Tom Cruise/Nicole Kidman film "Far and Away," and the single version of "May It Be," from last year's "Lord of the Rings." The Warner Bros. soundtrack to the latter featured a nearly seven minute version of the song, which was nominated for a Golden Globe award; a three-and-a-half minute take is featured in the box set.

The fourth disc of the set features video content culled from the U.K. television program "Christmas Day in the Morning." Included is both an audio and video performance of "Oiche Chiun" (Silent Night) that was featured during the BBC show.

Enya's latest release, last year's "A Day Without Rain," earned the artist her fifth Grammy award nomination, and her third award for best new age album (the previous honors came for "Shepherd Moons" and 1995's "The Memory of Trees"). The set reached No. 2 on The Billboard 200 and is No. 129 in its 96th week on the chart. The album also topped Billboard's New Age Albums chart, and has sold 6.29 million copies in the U.S., according to Nielsen SoundScan.

Here is the "Only Time * The Collection" track list:

Disc one:
"Watermark"
"Exile"
"Aldebaran"
"March of the Celts"
"Boadicea"
"The Sun in the Stream"
"On Your Shore"
"Cursum Perficio"
"Storms in Africa" (original version)
"The Celts"
"Miss Clare Remembers"
"I Want Tomorrow"

Disc two:
"Orinoco Flow"
"Ebudae"
"River"
"The Longships"
"Na Laetha Geal M'Oige"
"Book of Days" (original single version)
"Shepherd Moons"
"Caribbean Blue"
"Evacuee"
"Evening Falls"
"Lothlorien"
"Marble Halls"

Disc three:
"After Ventus"
"No Holly for Miss Quinn"
"The Memory of Trees"
"Anywhere Is"
"Athair Ar Neamh"
"China Roses"
"How Can I Keep From Singing"
"Hope Has a Place"
"Tea House Moon"
"Pax Deorum"
"Eclipse"
"Isobella"

Disc four:
"Only Time" (original album version)
"A Day Without Rain"
"Song of the Sandman (Lullaby)"
"Willows on the Water"
"Wild Child" (album version)
"Flora's Secret"
"Fallen Embers"
"Tempus Vernum
"One by One"
"The First of Autumn"
"Lazy Days"
"May It Be" (original single version)
"Silent Night"
"Silent Night" (video footage from BBC TV performance)