Brendan Grace – Airs & Graces

Brendan Grace – Airs & Graces


Brendan Grace – Airs & Graces

Disc 1
1. Pal Of My Cradle Days
2. A Daisy a Day
3. Dublin In The Rare Auld Times
4. The Dutchman
5. Whiskey On a Sunday
6. Isle Of Innisfree
7. Combine Harvester
8. Matchstick Men
9. Mama;s In The Sky With Elvis
10. The Old Bog Road
11. Back Home Again
12. Shoe Shine Suzy
13. Ringsend Rose
14. The Special Years
15. But You Love Me Daddy
16. Banks Of My Own Lovely Lee
17. Walk With Me
18. Wasn’t That a Party
19. Illegal Aliens
20. Home Lovin Man

Disc 2
1. Tara The Ice Cream Girl
2. The Mountains Of Mourne
3. Four and Twnety Hours
4. I’ll Take You Home Again Kathleen
5. Little Boy Lost
6. Shanagolden
7. Mr Bojangles
8. Ghost Riders In The Sky
9. Grandma’s Feather Bed
10. A Musical Tour Of Ireland
11. Candlelight and Wine
12. Stuttering Bum
13. The Curry Song
14. On The Street Where You Live
15. It’s Me Again Margaret
16. Comic Trilogy: Don’t Laugh At Me
17. A Little Bitty Tear
18. Me and The Elephants
19. Catch a Falling Star
20. Ellan Vannin

Disc 3
1. Four Roads To Genamaddy
2. The Fields Of Athenry
3. Song For The Mira
4. Safe Cross Code
5. Speedy Gonzalez
6. Brendan and The Bricks (The Sick Note)
7. Peggy O’Neill
8. Carnival Is Over
9. Wanderly Wagon
10. Morning town Ride
11. You’ve Got a Friend
12. Down By THe Glenside
13. Raggle Taggle Gypsy
14. Mary from Dungloe
15. Vincent
16. Biddy Mulligan
17. Curragh Of Kildare
18. Darcy Farrow
19. Liberty Boy
20. This Old Guitar

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Forty eight years ago when the 20-year-old Dubliner set off on his solo career he could never have envisaged the road of life that lay ahead. Two years later a Geordie song called “Cushy Butterfield” sailed to No 1 in the Irish charts and the rest is history.

Ol’ Blue-Eyes Frank Sinatra knew talent when he saw it. To be feted by your peers is the finest compliment that can be paid to anyone in the public eye. To be applauded by one of the greatest entertainers in the business, then to be hired and given a contract to appear in a top-spot in London with the man himself was a dream come true. Yet this is precisely what happened to Brendan Grace. Added to his humour Brendan had a voice that could have charmed the birds from the trees and Brendan could easily have made a career from song if comedy had not been his first choice. Within this collection of “Airs & Graces” you’ll find some gems (depending on your age) !!! “Combine Harvester” for instance is nearly 40 years old. “The Dutchman” is a blast from the past and “But you love me Daddy” features Brendan’s darling grandson James, the “Curry Song” was one of Brendan’s most requested pieces ever. All in all it’s a mixed bag that will surprise, but most of all amuse you!


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