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Cormac Kenevey

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Article: Radio & Podcasts

Lotsa Luck

Read "Lotsa Luck" reviewed by H William Stine


Good luck, best of luck, lucky day, lucky duck, lucky dog, lucky devil, all the luck, with a little bit of luck, lucky charm, beginners luck, just my luck--are you seeing a pattern here? I saw a musical theme. Lots of “Lucky" song titles and song lyrics, plus a reminder or two that not all luck ...

Album

Turning Skies

Label: electron productions
Released: 2018
Track listing: Big Day (Sky Turning Grey); Train in the Distance; The Carioca; Saturdays are the Greatest; I'll Never Be The Same; Stolen Moments; I Remember Sky; Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight; How I'll Know (Song for Lili); What You Will; The Long Goodbye; Moon And Sand

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Article: Live Review

Down With Jazz 2013

Read "Down With Jazz 2013" reviewed by Ian Patterson


Down With JazzMeeting House Squarejny: Dublin, IrelandSeptember 6-8, 2013 Father Conefrey must be turning in his grave. He's surely cursing the cruel fates, for jazz you see, is alive and kicking in Dublin. On New Year's Day 1934 Father Conefrey led a 3,000-strong protest on the streets of Mohill in County ...

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News: Festival

Jazz's Filthy Rhythms And Diabolical Airs To Rock Dublin!

Jazz's Filthy Rhythms And Diabolical  Airs To Rock Dublin!

Historical wounds have been known to fester in Ireland. In 1934 Father Peter Conefrey railed against jazz as “music borrowed from the savages of Africa by the anti-God society, with the object of destroying morals and religion.” Now the jazz community is getting its own back. Eighty years on the Improvised Music Company, in conjunction with ...

Album

The Art Of Dreaming

Label: Candid
Released: 2008

Album

This Is Living

Label: Candid Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: We've Got A World That Swings; I Was Telling Her About You; No Moon At All; You Call It Jogging; Movies; Just A Day; Domestic Bliss; It Could Happen To You; I'm Through With Love; There'll Be Some Changes Made; Tell Me The Truth; I Walk A Little Faster

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Article: Album Review

Cormac Kenevey: This Is Living

Read "This Is Living" reviewed by Stephen Latessa


This debut by Irish singer Cormac Kenevey is almost the very definition of pleasant. Kenevey has a light, pleasing voice that is well suited to airy, romantic material. Likewise, his band, led by pianist Phil Ware, keeps things moving smoothly and melodically. Listening to This Is Living, one can imagine someone's grandmother coming across Kenevey performing ...


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