Jeweller EP

by Carol Keogh

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Rene Lauritsen Lovely, moving song. (Particular poignant for me as I'm looking for the perfect wedding rings right now.) Favorite track: My Father The Jeweller.
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The release of Carol Keogh's 'Jeweller' EP marks the first anniversary of her father's passing. The late Brendan Keogh was the Jeweller of the EP's title. He was cared for toward the end of his life by the wonderful home care staff of Our Lady's Hospice in Dublin, which is why proceeds from the first 350 sales of this EP will go to the Irish Hospice Foundation.

The EP comprises 3 versions of the song 'My Father the Jeweller' - a full band recording with The City Fathers, an alternative 'strings' version arranged by Dunk Murphy and Rod Morris, and a cut-up remake of the song by Colin J Morris.

A video for the lead track from the EP can be viewed here: youtu.be/qOK5LxYATsU It features members of Carol's family, including her much-missed father Brendan. Please give generously to this great cause while enjoying the song and its message - "There is only love. Hold onto it."

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released June 5, 2015

1. My Father the Jeweller

Recorded and mixed by Stephen Shannon at Experimental Audio

Personnel:

Carol Keogh: Vocals
Colin J. Morris: Guitars and Organ
Martin Moran: Guitars and Banjo
Elton Mullally: Bass
Dave Hingerty: Drums

2. My Father the Jeweller (Strings Version)

Arranged by Dunk Murphy and Rod Morris

3. Hold On To It, Make It Last (A Rework of My Father The Jeweller)

Colin J Morris

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Carol Keogh Ireland

Irish singer and songwriter, Carol Keogh, has written and sung lead vocals for a number of Irish bands including The Plague Monkeys, The Tycho Brahe (Tychonaut), The Natural History Museum (with Dunk Murphy) as well as a prominent guest role as lyricist and vocalist on three albums by Autamata
Keogh's first solo release (backed by The City Fathers), "Mongrel City", was released in 2014.
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