Brendan Devereux | Songs From A Yellow Chair

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Songs From A Yellow Chair

by Brendan Devereux

A real talent. Have a listen to the second album from award-winning Irish singer/songwriter who writes quality original acoustic songs with a genuine folk feel, recorded in the legendary Westland Studios, Dublin.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. The Western Wind
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2. Dromin
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3. My Lovely Lover
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4. Bohemian Cowboy
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5. Purple Gem
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6. Johnny May
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7. Deadman's Tale
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8. Beyond The Blue
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9. Grafton Street Gypsy
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10. Rose Of Rojales
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11. Shankill Lullaby
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12. Say Goodbye To Annie
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13. The Singer
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Songs From A Yellow Chair is Brendan Devereux's latest collection of self-penned songs. It is a quality mix of original acoustic songs and music that straddles the Atlantic Ocean.

Brendan was born in Finglas West, Dublin, Ireland.
For the past twenty years he has worked as an Educational Welfare Officer - before that he studied Philosophy and Sociology at Trinity College Dublin.

Brendan started writing songs in earnest in the early 1990's.
In 1993 won the Killarney Folk Festival Song Competition.
Brendan's first album Copper Alley followed in 1996.
Since then he has continued to write original songs of true quality and perform them in intimate settings.
Songs From A Yellow Chair will establish Brendan as a significant force as a singer/songwriter.


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joan

stunning
Jeese, where do great musicians hide? I am so glad to have discovered this CD. His songs remind me of how safe I felt with my dad around.

Richard


Sitting in a pub in Dublin with Brendan. It was one of my life's memories that I will cherish forever.

Joan bell

I've had this CD over one month and can't get enough of it
The lyrics are poignant and express a knowledge and heartfelt senitivity to much of the human experience- the voice carrying the lyrics sounds sincere and is pleasing to the ear-guitar playing superb as well as the back up- JB

Tamara Turner, CD Baby

But any way you look at it, any fan of folk music should give this one a whirl.
He very well might be Ireland's James Taylor or David Wilcox. This is an outstanding modern, adult folk album with an Irish heart and a wild, wistful spirit as vast and raw as the hills of Connemara. From goosebumpy ballads to upbeat, jangly and witty numbers, slightly touched by folk blues, his approach is one with an accessibility of coffeehouse singer/songwriters yet those with country music in their veins will also find plenty to cozy up to (there's the faintest hint of Willie Nelson in a few spots). But any way you look at it, any fan of folk music should give this one a whirl.