- Bobby O'Brien -
The Irish Songs I Love to Sing
"A Musical Journey back to Ireland; that's how I felt when listening to this great CD. 13 songs,
each unique and lilting. Reminded me to summers spent on my grandparents farm
(they were from Ireland). The richness of the instrumentation only further
compliments this singer's soft relaxing voice. You'll play this CD over and over
"Everyone is talking about this one! Take A Musical Journey To Old Ireland!
Bobby O'Brien does a wonderful job of singing these great old songs the way they
were meant to be sung! With a touch of the old Country & Irish."
Capital Celtic Review:
"The Irish Songs I Love to Sing" is a fitting title for this CD of
traditional favorites. As I listened to the songs I could envision sitting
around a camp fire, an old pop-belly-stove or a big ole kitchen table with
friends and family engulfed in a good sing-a-long.
Many of these old Irish songs are enjoyed over and over again and it becomes
very easy to start singing along with Bobby O'Brien as he sings these great
songs which are truly loved by many folks.
The CD features the tracks:
1. Ireland Must Be Heaven
2. My Mother from the Country of Mayo
3. Turf Man from Ardee
5. Heaven Around Galway Bay
6. Cottage in Old Donegal
7. Land Far Away
8. Little White House
9. Old Claddagh Ring
10. Any Town in Ireland
11. Tribute to Margo
12. Make Somebody's Day
13. Humour Is on Me Now
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Published: Capital Celtic Network
Year Written: 2004
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Many musical artists and groups are active in their communities. Some perform before faithful fans on a regular schedule each week or weekend. They are independent musicians as compared to those music industry big names. We often think of the big name groups because we are exposed to the marketing blitz. I have had the opportunity to hear a number of independent performers with Capital Celtic. Some are just starting out and are perhaps a little rough around the edges and some are so outstanding I wonder why they have not entered into the "Big Time" music industry. Perhaps you have experienced the same? Perhaps you know of a new artist or group that you believe has talent that would be enjoyed by others? If so send me a CD and Bio and we will feature them on The Capital Celtic Network. - EEHealy