because I am not posting any album reviews at this time, I’d rather post something about live music. I am hoping that you’ll be able to watch your favorite artists performing in your area. Due to my right hand injury, I am using voice dictation to write text messages. And so far, it has been working quite OK.
Dubbed internationally as the singing priest, father Ray Kelly is in New York City promoting his new album “Where I belong.” He is also releasing a Christmas album this November. So watch out for that one I am sure it will be amazing.
If you are in the Czech Republic, you better check out Sliotar as they are currently touring and performing. These guys never grow tired performing. They have inexhaustible energy to sing and play those wonderful tunes. I think it takes passion and also good health to be able to really play in many venues.
Even though I am not currently writing album reviews, I’ve been listening to these wonderful albums. I highly recommend them.
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The Duke Of Leinster/Gardiner’s/John Stenson’s #2
A Sailor s Life
Tommy Potts’ Slip Jig
The Bay Of Biscay
The King Of The Pipers/Behind The Haystack/The Maid On The Green
Paddy Cronin’s/If I Had A Wife
The Close Shave/East At Glendart
The Heart Of The World
Kiss The Maid Behind The Byre/Tá Do Mhargadh Déanta
Dónal Na Gréine
The Hut On Staten Island/The De il Among The Tailors
Belfast: Back To Belfast/Anne Lacey/Eroticon VI
The Pipers Of Roguery
Hardiman The Fiddler
A Mháire Bruineall
Róise Na BhFonn Tuneful Rose
Pota Mór Fataí
The Slide From Grace (Dusty Miller s/Dan O Keefe s/The Slide From Grace)
Bean An Fhir Ruaidh The Red Haired Man s Wife
Beer Belly Dancing
The Beauty Spot
Cailleach A Shúsa The Hag In The Blanket
Original Release Date: 2012
Label: World Music Network
Patrick Ball has been keeping me awake at night with his wonderful Music. It is great to hear the Celtic harp without other instruments. So pure, so magical, it is something that you can listen to again and again.