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Track list:

The Hot Asphalt
Beginnings
Quare Bungle Rye
What Would You Do, Dear?
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Belfast Mill
Big Banker Man
Jackie Hall
The Good Ship Kangaroo
Paddy Lie Back
The Wind that Shakes the Barley
The Ballad of Little John
A Tale of Indifference
Deep in Canadian Woods
Dublin 1913

Colm O’Brien’s first solo album, “It Is What It Is” gave him the opportunity to perform some of his favorite songs alongside his own works.  Only a year after its release the record became a critical and popular success with reviewers declaring it “A modern classic” and rating it one of the ten best Irish records of 2005.Listen and purchase on: Click here. “It is What it Is”
 
Track list:

Another Term Up In The Dail
The Night Visit
Sound As A Pound
Darin’ Sailin’ Man
Alright Son
The Gift
Only Our Rivers
Turn It All Around
Rocky Road To Dublin
Back Home In Derry
The Brown To Black
The Mero
Crucky’s Lament

Gaelic for “something else,” the album entitled “Rud Eile” is indeed that. “It’s not the usual round of old faithfuls,” says Colm O’Brien. A superb mix of old and new, with many interesting titles deep from the well of Celtic music. Rud Eile showcases the work of over 20 guest artists, to boot.Listen and purchase on Nimbit:Click here. Rud Eile
 
Track list:

The Wandering Minstrel
Arthur McBride
Raggle Taggle Gypsy
Paddy Ryan’s Dream
The Lonesome Boatman
Lord Randall
The Ferryman
John O’Dreams
Si Bheag Si Mhor
Cathain
Skidoo
Springhill Mining Disaster
A Man You Don’t Meet Everyday
The Tulla
Follow Me Up To Carlow
Dirty Old Town
The King Of The Faeries
Cooley’s