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Carol Keogh - My Father The Jeweller Ep album mp3

Performer: Carol Keogh
Title: My Father The Jeweller Ep
Released: 2015
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Jeweller EP by Carol Keogh, released 05 June 2015 1. My Father The Jeweller 2. My Father The Jeweller (Strings Version -arranged by Dunk Murphy & Rod Morris) 3. Hold On To It, Make It Last (A Rework of My Father The Jeweller) - Colin J Morris The release of Carol Keogh's 'Jeweller' EP marks the first anniversary of her father's passing. The late Brendan Keogh was the Jeweller of the EP's title

My Father The Jeweller. from Jeweller EP by Carol Keogh. supported by. Tadeusz Kuchejda. Streaming + Download. from Jeweller EP, released June 5, 2015 Recorded and mixed by Stephen Shannon at Experimental Audio. Personnel: Carol Keogh: Vocals Colin J. Morris: Guitars and Organ Martin Moran: Guitars and Banjo Elton Mullally: Bass Dave Hingerty: Drums. alternative indie indie pop indie rock pop rock singer-songwriter Ireland.

The release of Carol Keogh's 'Jeweller' EP marks the first anniversary of her father's passing. The late Brendan Keogh was the Jeweller of the EP's title. He was cared for toward the end of his life by the wonderful home care staff of Our Lady's Hospice in Dublin, which is why proceeds from the first 350 sales of this EP will go to the Irish Hospice Foundation

Rozie is an artist/jeweller living in Herefordshire.

Throughout the past two decades, Carol Keogh has been a member of various Irish bands that in a parallel universe should have have been household names – Plague Monkeys, The Tyco Brahe, and Autamata. Whatever the reasons, she remains a sidelined artist, albeit one with a truly remarkable voice. Mongrel City is her not-before-time debut album, and sees her calling the shots, rather than her voice being used for the benefit of others. Dedicated to the memory of her father, there is clearly a personal element to the album that Keogh alone, perhaps, can tap into. Irrespective of this, exquisite, elegant tracks such as London Song, Grand Parade, Austin City Limits, Raptors and By-the-wind Sailors showcase just how tender and tensile her songwriting is. carolkeogh.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 My Father The Jeweller
Lead Vocals – Carol KeoghLyrics By – Carol KeoghWritten By – Carol Keogh
06:13
2 My Father The Jeweller (Strings Version -arranged by Dunk Murphy & Rod Morris) 04:23
3 Hold On To It, Make It Last (A Rework of My Father The Jeweller) - Colin J Morris 05:30

Credits

  • Arranged By – Colin J Morris, Dunk Murphy (tracks: 2), Rod Morris (tracks: 2)
  • Lyrics By – Carol Keogh
  • Recorded By, Mixed By – Stephen Shannon (tracks: 1)

Notes

The release of Carol Keogh's 'Jeweller' EP marks the first anniversary of her father's passing. The late Brendan Keogh was the Jeweller of the EP's title. He was cared for toward the end of his life by the wonderful home care staff of Our Lady's Hospice in Dublin, which is why proceeds from the first 350 sales of this EP will go to the Irish Hospice Foundation.

The EP comprises 3 versions of the song 'My Father the Jeweller' - a full band recording with The City Fathers, an alternative 'strings' version arranged by Dunk Murphy and Rod Morris, and a cut-up remake of the song by Colin J Morris.

A video for the lead track from the EP can be viewed here: youtu.be/qOK5LxYATsU It features members of Carol's family, including her much-missed father Brendan. Please give generously to this great cause while enjoying the song and its message - "There is only love. Hold onto it."
credits
released June 5, 2015

1. My Father the Jeweller

Recorded and mixed by Stephen Shannon at Experimental Audio

Personnel:

Carol Keogh: Vocals
Colin J. Morris: Guitars and Organ
Martin Moran: Guitars and Banjo
Elton Mullally: Bass
Dave Hingerty: Drums

2. My Father the Jeweller (Strings Version)

Arranged by Dunk Murphy and Rod Morris

3. Hold On To It, Make It Last (A Rework of My Father The Jeweller)

Colin J Morris


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