Riely O'Connor | Seems Real to Me

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Seems Real to Me

by Riely O'Connor

Folk rock and Americana delivered with a bit of country flair.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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2. The Hard Way
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3. My My My
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4. The Edges
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5. Vapor Trail
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6. Somethin' to Sell
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7. Can't Say Why
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8. Finding Bits and Pieces
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Album Notes
Seems Real To Me is singer-songwriter Riely OConnor's third solo album. From full-on rocker to heartfelt ballad this work continues Riely's tradition summed up as "All Original--No Category". The CD features three songs co-written with Riely's first musical partner, brother Kevin Oconnor.


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Dan O'Malley

Unheard Review
I have yet to hear but snippits of Riely O'Connor's new CD, but based on his musical history I CAN tell anyone reading this that this new CD be filled with delightful, clever, well- made and just great to listen to music of many styles! Soon, once I have the CD in hand, I am absolutely sure that my review will be absolutely confirmed. So, again to anyone reading this, buy the CD, listen to the music and confirm my "unheard review" yourself. (A best way to listen hint- Open the shades, lift up the windows. Let the breeze blow through. Sip on a tea. Listen.)