Great Special Offer

Great Special Offer:

The total collection of my 6 Cd’s.

+ A choice of Walker of the Snow  “Here be folk music as it was meant to be: pugilistic at times, all embracing at others”. Irish Times.  

or Message Of Peace “Some will be overwhelmed by mans abuse of man, some will have an epiphany”.

Mike Considine. Noteable Arts.

Cry Of A Dreamer. “The genuine Article” Billboard

The Orchard. “Rooted in the heartfelt tradition of honesty”. HotPress

Belladonna.   “One of the country’s major folk voices” Irish Music Mag.

Belladonna. Solo Mix. Poetry, dreams and magic. Galway Advertiser

Rising Tide. A brilliant visual and aural narrative. Irish Examiner

Seán Tyrrell Live. “Words  recruited from a kaleidoscope of eras, sources and writers. Irish Times.

€65 Includes post and packaging.

Orchard Reviews

REVIEWS – THE ORCHARD
ROOTS -Traditional
Sean Tyrrell: “The Orchard” (Longwalk Music)
There’s a serious Roy Harperish originality to this guy, even though he sings a lot of other people’s songs and trad anthems such as Wild Mountain Thyme, letting the songs trail off into disintegrating a cappella in space-tinged, ambient soundscapes: Excellently produced by himself and Davy Spillane, it’s got guitar texturist Greg Boland along side native music from Liam Lewis, Josephine Marsh and John Kelly. Superb is the feeling satire of Bad Luck To This Marchin, a 19th Century poem by Charles Lever (“Sure it’s better beat, Christians than kick a baboon”) chiller still is The Ghost Of Billy Mulvihill, a song worthy of Nick Cave or Ruth Dillon’s One Eye Open. My eyes or ears certainly were.

Mick Moroney