Tradconnect Reviews's Blog – November 2015 Archive (4)

Album Review : Dessie Kelliher, Brian O’Loughlin & Tom Delany / Well For Some

This is just the tonic for any weary souls that are in need of a shot of inspiration. Dessie Kelliher, Brian O’Loughlin and Tom Delany effortlessly glide their way through nine inspiring sets of traditional music. No filler, no songs, just straight up trad.

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Added by Tradconnect Reviews on November 18, 2015 at 9:30 — 2 Comments

Album Review - Tríona Marshall / Between Two Ways

Harp music seems to be making a resurgence of late, in a manner that is lifting it from its stately ‘airs and graces’ perception.  This new release by Tríona Marshall shows just how far boundaries can be pushed.  Listen to the opening track on this recording, a duet with Tim Edey,…

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Added by Tradconnect Reviews on November 16, 2015 at 18:00 — No Comments

Album Review : We Banjo 3 / Live in Galway

You have to admire We Banjo 3.  Each project or recording they make continues to impress. In releasing a live album they needed to differentiate it from their studio recordings, and to do this they introduced a brass section and invited some friends along for the party.  Recorded live at The Roisin Dubh, Galway, the resultant album is full of…

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Added by Tradconnect Reviews on November 11, 2015 at 13:00 — 1 Comment

Album Review : Conor O'Sullivan / Good Day Señor

This is a compelling collection of new songs, by Conor O'Sullivan, an artist that first came to prominence with folk outfit Deluce's Patent, some years back. An undertaking to lay down some demo tracks grew into a full-blown album. This may have reduced the pressure, and the resultant album has that air of quiet confidence about…

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Added by Tradconnect Reviews on November 2, 2015 at 15:00 — No Comments

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