Brendan Devereux | Into The Orange

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Into The Orange

by Brendan Devereux

Brendan's latest album is a collection of exciting acoustic songs of rare quality -This is essentially a solo album, but one with all the power and depth of a symphony orchestra.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Into the Orange
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2. You Left Without Saying Goodbye
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3. Bad Times
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4. The Wind In His Hair
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5. Liberty Hall
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4:49 album only
6. Who Will Remember Me
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7. Say You Will
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8. The Splendour In The Grass
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9. To See You Walk Away
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10. She's Gone Foerevermore
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11. Brenda
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12. Here We Go
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Album Notes
For Brendan, the song is paramount, and it shows in every phrase and nuance - The songs on this album range from a tribute to his grandfather's participation in the 1916 Rising in Dublin, through to one about a lad riding a camel around the streets of his hometown Finglas West. These songs were built to last, so please come and enjoy them.


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