The Orchard - Seán Tyrrell. Songs: 16. Artist: Seán Tyrrell. Songs: Seán Tyrrell - Roisin Came with the Wren Boys 02:56. Seán Tyrrell - Wild Mountain Thyme 03:43. Seán Tyrrell - Song of the Wandering Aengus 03:10. Seán Tyrrell - Maidin Samhna 02:55. Seán Tyrrell - Skin the Goat 03:42. Seán Tyrrell - Bad Luck to This Marching 02:46. Seán Tyrrell - Game Over 04:10. Seán Tyrrell - The Ghost of Billy Mulvihill 03:04. Seán Tyrrell - The Rising of the Moon 03:34. Seán Tyrrell - One Eye Open 03:37. Seán Tyrrell - The Lights of Little Christmas 03:16
The Orchard is a remarkably consistent four-song EP by Irish folk singer Sean Tyrrell. The selections hang together very well both thematically and musically, expressing a distinctively Irish blend of melancholy and nostalgia. It memorably creates the image of a woman putting "pictures in an album labled 'Those Were Better Times'. The last two songs stick to the same thematic territory but branch out in musical influence. The traditional Irish folk song, "Red River Valley," is given a fiddle and acoustic and steel guitar arrangement that bears a surprising quantity of country western twang, and the closing "One Eye Open" mates Tyrrell's mellifluous Irish brogue and Celtic-flavored background vocals with a Middle Eastern-sounding guitar and tenor sax treatment.
Sean Tyrrell is one. His second album, The Orchard, was a long coming but it’s worth every second of the wait, simply because it will last forever. Tyrrell opens up a marvellously idiosyncratic selection of tunes, that he alchemically re-interprets, resurrects, revises and recreates, with ‘The Rising Of The Moon’. To most Irish people, this is the kind of old rebel song that you’ve heard a million times during your life and probably never cared to hear again each time. Typically, Tyrrell strips it of its rabble-rousing impetus and gives it a more reflective tone. What is most striking about The Orchard is the sense that behind the spellbinding musical constructions is a man who has suffered and lived to tell his story with a soul-voice that rings deeply, profoundly true in a time of superficiality. The Orchard is magnificent.
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Susan Tyrrell (born Susan Jillian Creamer; March 18, 1945 – June 16, 2012) was an American character actress. Tyrrell's career began in theater in New York City in the 1960s in Broadway and off Broadway productions. Her first film was Shoot Out (1971). She was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance as Oma in John Huston's Fat City (1972). In 1978, Tyrrell received the Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in Andy Warhol's Bad (1977)