Album Review - ALDOC / From Tallaght to Halle

There is a world of influence, experience and expression to be found on From Tallaght to Halle.  It has evolved from the many travels made by Alan Doherty across the globe and reflects the breadth of musical adventure that he has encountered. It is also reflective of a recent seam of experimental music by artists like the Olllam, Padraig Rynne, Jack Talty and others.  It’s effectively a vehicle for Alan and his expansive view of world music which continues to invigorate him. From the lush vocal harmonies on Soona Lucky Da to the experimental Elephant Movement and beyond, each track is more adventurous than the next.  Across its magnificent journey of 10 tracks this band of world musicians takes in a very broad palate of sounds, shapes and voices from across the centuries. Funked up, jazz-inspired sounds, intertwine with traditional strains and orchestral vocals.  Doherty adapts with ease to each setting, be it the reggae beat of Feed Me Seymour or the hip-hop sampling on Feeling Much Better.  If you want to take your listening pleasure into more exotic world influenced territory then this may just do it for you. He brings it all together onto an album that is first and foremost a delight to listen to.  Marvelously inventive music that is breathtaking in its scope.

To purchase via download visit : itunes.apple.com/de/album/from-tallaght-to-halle/

Read our official launch article for more information : Official Release : From Tallaght to Halle

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