The Chieftains - which CDs have the best sound?

I have a few CDs of the Chieftains and love their music. The only one of mine that has truly good sonics is "James Galway & The Chieftains/Over the Sea to Skye," RCA 60424-2-RC. I'd like to get more of their stuff but, audiophile that I am, prefer to get the better sounding ones. Please recommend any that you know of that really sound good, or those of other groups that do similar Irish music and are especially well recorded. Thanks.
Just listened to Chieftains "The Celtic Harp" the other day. Sound is very good.
Also try "Invocation" by group Anuna.
The Scottish folk group "Ossian" has produced half-a-dozen (or more) albums which I've been listening to almost 20 years with great pleasure.
Let us know if any of these work for you!
Kenton Kirkpatrick
Good question.I've heard "Water from the Well" and have wanted to buy it ever since.Regular redbook as I remember,but sonically as good as most "remastered" cd's.
The Long Black Veil. I have this on the standard redbook cd and it sounds great, but will now try to find it on MoFi Gold. Thanks Fatparrot!
Yes, great recommendations, y'all. Thanks for taking out the time to answer my question. Texasdave, please let me know how you like "Over the Sea to Skye."