Tony Reidy | Hayshed Days

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Hayshed Days

by Tony Reidy

Philosophical and sometimes wry musings on growing up in Ireland in the sixties, evoking memories of sacred heart lamps, Volkswagens, haysheds and brylcream. Tony Reidy stands out from the pack with another quality effort”…… John O'Regan fROOTS
Genre: Folk: Irish Contemporary
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1. Raifteri is Back
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2. Hayshed Days
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3. Innocent Times
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4. Willie
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5. November Daisy
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6. No News is Good News
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7. Back to the Well
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8. Closer to the Truth
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9. I pick Myself a Rose
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10. There's Too Many Diddles in the Dye
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11. The Song of the Crow
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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“Hayshed Days” is Tony Reidy’s 3rd CD. He effortlessly mixes themes from his West of Ireland childhood with a contemporary edginess in songs like “Hayshed Days”, “Willie” and the lyrical poetry of “I pick myself a Rose”

"If at least one of these thoughtful, well-crafted original songs doesn't take root and grow into lasting life, there's no justice"…Sarah McQuaid ..Hotpress

“A lyricist of power and diversity - Tony Reidy stands out from the pack with another quality effort”………………… John O'Regan fROOTS

“Songs shrouded as they are in a compelling, oblique sense of history, mystery and menace that's invariably offset by a keen ear for melody and chorus”……………………….Colin Irwin MOJO


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