Colm O'Brien | It Is What It Is

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It Is What It Is

by Colm O'Brien

A 13-track collection of passionate Irish ballads including original compositions as well as songs by Pete St. John, Bobby Sands, and Michael McConnell.
Genre: Folk: Irish Traditional
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1. Another Term Up in the Dail
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2. The Night Visit
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3. Sound as a Pound
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4. Darin' Sailin' Man
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5. Alright Son
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6. The Gift
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7. Only Our Rivers Run Free
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8. Turn It All Around
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9. The Rocky Road to Dublin
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10. Back Home in Derry
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11. The Brown to Black
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12. The Mero
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13. Crucky's Lament
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Colm O'Brien's first solo album, "It Is What It Is" gave him the opportunity to perform some of his favorite songs alongside his own works. Only a year after its release, the record became a critical and popular success with reviewers declaring it "A modern classic" and rating it one of the ten best Irish records of 2005.

Originally from Dublin, now residing in Boston, O'Brien has been performing in the United States for over a decade. He toured with the Prodigals for several years before embarking as a solo performer.

Review from Mike Farragher- The Irish Voice Online

O’Brien seamlessly welds some of his great acoustic compositions with traditional tunes. And it’s sometimes difficult to separate the old songs from the new ones, a testament to his great songwriting. O'Brien possesses a gloriously ragged voice that sounds like he gargled with the stale beer and cigarette butts that were swept off the floor of the many Boston area pubs that he calls home.


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