By Damien O’Reilly

  1. Farrell O’Gara
    The Flogging
  2. The Maiden That Jigs It In Style
    Triall Mhic Shiacais Ar Luimneach
  3. The Cameronian Highlander
    Grandmother She
    The Old Timer
  4. Austin Tierney’s
    Toss The Feathers
    The Real Blackthorn Stick
  5. Mary Brennan’s Favourite
    Uncle Jerry’s
    Come Back To Connemara
  6. An Ciarraíoch Mallaithe
  7. Iniscealtra
    The Kilcloon
    Out On The Road
  8. Lord Mayo
    Napoleon Crossing The Rhine
  9. Kerryman’s Fling
    I Have No Money
    Donald Blue
  10. Maidhc Dainnín Ó Sé’s
    Sweet Marie
    Tá An Coilleach Ag Fógairt An Lae
  11. An Súisín Bán
    The Galtee Hunt
  12. The Fog In The Bog
    Páidín Ó Raifeartaigh
  13. Jim Donoghue’s
    The Boys Of Ballisodare

Two comments

Re: Dúchas

Damien O’Reilly’s Dúchas

Available now from Raelach Records: https://raelachrecords.bandcamp.com/album/d-chas
Custys Music: https://custysmusic.com/collections/latest-releases/products/damien-o-reilly-duchas

Raelach Records are delighted to announce the release of Dúchas, the début solo album from county Clare accordion player, Damien O’Reilly.

Launch Dates

Saturday 25.5.19 – The Old Ground Ennis (5pm) (Fleadh Nua 2019)

Friday 7.6.19 – The Black Gate Galway (9pm)

Thursday 20.6.19 – The Cobblestone Dublin (9pm)

Album Musicians

Damien O’Reilly – Accordion & Melodeon

John Blake – Guitars

Padraic O’Reilly – Piano

Caoimhín Ó Fearghail - Bouzouki

Album Credits

Produced by Jack Talty and Damien O’Reilly

Artwork, Design and Photography by Maurice Gunning

Recorded, Mixed, and Mastered by Jack Talty at Raelach Studios, Lissycasey, county Clare.

Re: Dúchas

This is an excellent recording by a very talented musician. I came across it on “Bandcamp” at the weekend, and have ordered the CD. I’ve been really enjoying listening to it after downloading it. One or two tracks a bit “over-ornamented” for my taste, but that’s just me.
There’s a very interesting tune on track#5, the middle tune, “Uncle Jerry’s”, which comes from Aberdeen. A flute player at last year’s Ballyvourney “Cruinniu” played it at one of the recitals, so it must be doing the rounds. It is 2-parts of G.S. MacLennan’s 4-part quickstep “King George V’s Army”, which I learned over 40 years ago from Tony Cuffe [RIP]. The sleeve notes only say that it was learned from Jerry Lynch, “known as ”Uncle Jerry“ by musicians of Corofin and Kilfenora”. I would love to know where he got it from [ albeit, only half a tune ].
We will be including some tracks from this on our community radio programme in the weeks to come.