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Fiach Moriarty | The Revolution (Deluxe Edition)

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The Revolution (Deluxe Edition)

by Fiach Moriarty

Melodic, folk-tinged songwriter with thoughtful lyrics based on revolution.
Genre: Folk: Singer/Songwriter
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1. Revolution
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2. Mount Street Bridge
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3. Confession
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4. Freedom and Resistance
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5. The Mother
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6. Nightingale
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7. Don't Want to Let You Down
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8. Raindrops
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9. Oil and Water (feat. Wallis Bird)
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10. Won't Lay Down
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Since the release of his debut record, Fiach Moriarty has toiled and torn his way through countless venues in his home country of Ireland, as well as Europe, Australia and North America.

This heavy duty work ethic has paid off, garnering praise from from a host of musical heroes of his such as Paul Brady and Chris White of British invasion legends The Zombies and sharing the stage with Ray Davies of The Kinks and Fairground Attraction chanteuse Eddi Reader.

Fiach's second record, 'The Revolution' tackles subjects such as The 1916 Easter Rising, World
War 1 and Los San Patricios (the Irish brigade in the 19th century Mexican Army) and debuted in the Irish charts at number 29.

The record was produced by former Edwyn Collins collaborators Simon Quigley and Peter Meighan and features a guest appearance from Meteor award winner Wallis Bird.

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