Monday, September 25, 2017

2017-09-25 VIDEOS - MAD MAN'S CREW, KELTIKON, LA FIESTA DEL DIABLO

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Mad Man's Crew - Don't Care (about the Past)



Keltikon - Raggle Taggle Gypsy



La Fiesta del Diablo - No existe el fracaso


Sunday, September 24, 2017

2017-09-24 ALBUM REVIEW - LES TRICARDS "Saint Pogo" (2017)

Les Tricards "Saint Pogo" Trou2balle Records
Release date: September 1, 2017
Running time: 35:49, 12 tracks


We have a strong relationship with Les Tricards. The band from Colmar (France) has been releasing a lot of singles and EPs for free and they have always sent to us their new stuff straightaway. Les Tricards have just issued their debut album “Saint Pogo”. This time, it’s not free, but this should not put a damper on the sales: only 4 Euros for 12 songs is a gift.

Les Tricards is a solo project by Loran. Who is Loran? Loran and his brother Alain, aka the Duduche bros, were the bassist and drummer at Kromen, an Alsatian streetpunk/oi! band that was active between 1.991 and 1.996. Their mate Fred aka Randu (lead vocals) committed suicide in 1996. The Duduche bothers kept on rehearsing and writing music and then a new band was born with the help from some friends: 2’dTension. 2’dTension was active between 1997 and 2016, but Loran started a side-project in 2011: Les Tricards. Les Tricards is Loran’s solo band, but Alain adds the background vocals.

Les Tricards’ new delivery is a 12 track album. Loran has re-recorded two old songs, “Ma Révolution” from the “Ma Révolution” EP (2012) and “On est Tricard” from the “Un poing c’est tout” EP (2011). “La peste et le cholera” was previously released as a single too, but the other 9 tracks are never previously released songs.

Saint Pogo” kicks off with “Chantez”. It’s an intro with almost no lyrics: a 1-2-3-4 shout and some “chantez, chantez, woah” and “chantez, Les Tricards, chantez, Les Tricards” (sing, sing, woah and sing, sing, Les Tricards). A good intro to sing along featuring attractive bass lines and pipes.

The next track reminds me of Bérurier NoirJim la jungle”. Obviously I’m not talking about the music, but about the lyrics. Excellent bagpipes (street)punk number.

Saint Pogo” was advanced on YouTube before the album was released. Another streetpunk drinking number with Les Tricards DNA.

Monsier Blanc Cassis” is a song about a beauf (beau frère, brother in law). In French, a beauf is a racist, a “ronchon” (grumpy) and a “réac” (reactionary, right wing). Mister Blanc Cassis feels that he’s got the blues. He doesn’t go to the pubs, he doesn’t quarrel with the muslim people and he is not going to the Front National rallies anymore. Finally, his wife tells him that he has not got the blues: he has evolved as a human being and he has the right feelings now. In other words, he’s not a stupid anymore. This song features Loran’s wife on female vocals.

The following track is a traditional number with new lyrics: “Dans les prisons de Nantes”. Maybe some fans will remember that the German band Waxie’s recorded this song on their debut album “The Prisoner” (1995). Les Tricards rendition is a kick-ass number to sing out.

Le vent se lève” is a fast-paced number that streetpunk fans will enjoy. It’s followed by “La peste et le choléra”, a song about the French elections, and the bagpipes punk anthem “Ma révolution”. The new version of “Ma révolution” is a little bit shorter than the original, 3:00 instead of 3:39.

Track no. 9 will become soon a crowd favorite: “Ouarglo”. Amazing Celtic oi! number about drinking: we always promised that it’s the last one, but we keep on drinking.

“Les pieds dans le plat” is one of the band’s calling cards: Les Tricards sont là, Les Tricards vous emmerdent” (Les Tricards have arrived, f*ck you)

The lyrics for the next song are a sort of tale about free will, an "unrequited love" and Jean de La Fontaine’s fable "The Fox and the Grapes”. Strange lyrics, but interesting music anyway.

The closing number is the new version of “Les Tricards”, the other calling card on the album. This time, the new version is longer than the original, 2:48 vs 2:44.

Saint Pogo” is a digital release and can be bought from bandcamp. All of the lyrics in French are available at Bandcamp too.

Les Tricards haver their roots in the French oi! scene from the 90’s, that is, the Chaos Productions bands: Reich Orgasm, Kidnap, Les Collabos, Trotskids, Komintern Sect …. If you have downloaded Les Tricards previous releases, you know what to expect from their debut album. However, if you have never listened to Les Tricards and you love streetpunk, oi! and bagpipes, then give them a try.

Track listing:

01. Chantez 02:09   
02. Toujours Devant 03:02   
03. Saint Pogo 03:26   
04. Mr Blanc Cassis 04:37   
05. Dans les Prisons de Nantes (traditionnel) 02:09   
06. Le Vent se Lève 02:23   
07. La Peste et le Choléra 03:02   
08. Ma Révolution 03:00   
09. Ouarglo 03:10   
10. Les Pieds dans le Plat 02:41   
11. Révolté 02:55
12. On est Tricards 02:48


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Saturday, September 23, 2017

2017-09-23 PADDY ROCK PODCAST - EPISODE #35 - PLAYING KETCHUP!


(This podcast was originally posted at Paddy Rock last August 16. Enjoy!)

Where the Hell has the summer gone? Ohhh I know, into many empty pints that have disappeared into the heat induced haze from the number of shows that we have been to. This has been a truly great summer of spectacular releases, and today’s episode is going to bring you a bunch of them! So get ready to Paddy Punk Rock & Roll through these last few dog days of summer and jam out to some of the best releases of the year so far! Until next time everyone… Be good, stay safe and don’t buy into the hate !

As always thanks for listening ~ Phil (aka The Grinning Beggar)

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Band - Song - Album

Kilmaine Saints - Whiskey Blues And Faded Tattoos - Whiskey Blues And Faded Tattoos
Fox ‘n’ Firkin - Bastard Brigade - No Vacancy
The Dead Maggies - George III (under D’entrecasteaux) - Sing About Dead People (2014 reissue)
Rogue Scholars - Mickey the Vermin - The King & The Maid & The Rebel
The Moorings - Another Drinking Wound - Unbowed
Restless Feet - The Boys of Wexford - Homeward Bound
Craic - Hal - Sounds of Vandemark
Black Irish Texas - Join The British Army - The Good, The Bad And The Indifferent
Carbon Leaf - American Tale - Ether-Electrified Porch Music
Sean McNally - Graveyard Battle Cry - Before I Kick The Can
Uncle Bard & The Dirty Bastards - I Only Got One Pint - Get The Folk Out!
McScallywag - Johnny Went Away - Dirty Water
Celkilt - Better - Stand
Coast - No More Heroes - Windmills In The Sky
The Lucky Pistols - Girl at the Gallows - Where The Orioles Fly
The Go Set - Sing Me A Song (Live) - One Fine Day
The Go Set - The Miner’s Son - One Fine Day
The Go Set - All Our Friends - One Fine Day





Friday, September 22, 2017

2017-09-22 VIDEOS - THE VAD VUC, ILUSTRES PATILLUDOS, JOLLY JACKERS

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The Vad Vuc - Carmen



Ilustres Patilludos - Sidra en el llagar



Jolly Jackers - Devil


Tuesday, September 19, 2017

2017-09-19 VIDEOS - LES TROIS FROMAGES, MOSCHE DI VELLUTO GRIGIO and FLOGGING MOLLY

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Even if Les 3 Fromages are not a Celtic Punk band, we love that band and Tibo from Sons of O'Flaherty is one of them! Enjoy their cover of Plastic Bertrand's "Ça plane pour moi".
 
 Les Trois Fromages - Ça plane pour moi



Mosche di Velluto Grigio - Jesse James
 


Flogging Molly - Reptiles (We Woke Up)




Sunday, September 17, 2017

2017-09-17 ALBUM REVIEW - CRAIC "Sounds of Vandemark" (2017)

Craic "Sounds of Vandemark"
Release date: August 11, 2017
Running time: 28:19, 9 tracks

At the beginning of 2017 I got an e-mail from Céline, a girl from France. She and her friends intended to play a St. Patrick’s Day gig and they needed the lyrics for Craic’s song “Hold the Penny”. I e-mailed Brett and he sent to me the lyrics straightaway. Céline got the lyrics and they played the show. A little video was shot and Brett got the copy. New bands usually choose to cover Flogging Molly and Dropkick Murphys stuff. The fact that some friends from Burgundy decided to cover “Hold the Penny” is a proof that Craic are an fantastic band.

Sounds of Vandemark” is the new offering by Cleveland’s finest band. The band rehearses at a place on Vandemark Rd, hence the album title. Some line-up changes have occurred. Aleks Patsenko joined Craic  last year to play electric guitar and James McWilliams is the new drummer. As they told on facebook in March, "tin whistler, Nikki Wolfe, has decided to step down. Nikki is one of the founding members of CRAIC and it has been an honor to work with such a talented musician for the past 7 1/2 years. She will remain a part of our family and will join us from time to time as a backup. She is also a huge fan of the band, so you will continue to see her in the crowd at CRAIC shows. She has handed the reigns over to our newest whistler, Theresa Kalka, and has helped Theresa get up to speed very quickly. We really appreciate the teamwork and we are excited about Theresa joining the crew". But don’t be misled: the band is in fine form. Once again they have worked with producer and ex-Dropkick Murphys member Ryan Foltz and have delivered a top-notch album.

There are 9 tracks on “Sounds of Vandemark”: 2 Irish standards, 2 covers and 5 self-penned songs. “Drunken Sailor” and “Rocky Road to Dublin” are the standards. Old member Nikki Wolfe plays tin whistle on both of them. “Drunken Sailor" starts off with some drums and after Brett begins to sing, the rest of the band arrive. Apart from the whistle and the kick-ass banjo, there is an interesting fiddle arrangement. “Rocky Road to Dublin” is also based on fiddle and tin whistle, and James does a great job on drums.

If the standards are quite obvious, the choice of the other covers is very attractive. “It’s Dangerous out There” is a Bill Morrissey’s song. This is the third track on which Nikki plays tin whistle. Bill Morrissey was an American folk songwriter and the original song can be found on his album “North” (1986). “Anything, Anything (I’ll Give You)” is a song from Dramarama’s debut album "Cinéma Vérité" from 1985. This song was featured on the “A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master” soundtrack. Craic’s rendition is a fiddle led song. Brett’s vocals are powerful, and electric guitar and banjo add something new to the song. Let alone James’ drums.

20 Years later” original version was written by bassist Jason Kollar together with his high school mates Joey Kovach and Zach Biery 20 years ago. This drinking song is one of the album’s highlights: fecking good vocals à la Dropkick Murphys and excellent job by the girls on fiddle and tin whistle.

Getting’ Up & Getting’ Out” has that bluegrass touch that made Craic famous. It's a lively number showcasing Jennifer and Mitch on fiddle and banjo. The bluegrass and cow-punk end is clearer on the amazing “Hal”. Jennifer’s fiddle is different on this cut too. “Wool” is a cut where all the band members showcase their musicianship. “Sounds of Vandemark” is over with “Cleveland”. If The Tossers have several odes to their hometown (Chicago), Craic have written the definitive anthem for Cleveland. No special title was needed for that track, just one word, “Cleveland”. One of the best songs of the year. Grab the album booklet and sing along!

Craic have shown again in less than 30 minutes that they are one of the most innovative bands in the Celtic punk scene. They probably have the best banjoist, awesome fiddle and tin whistle players and a charismatic frontman. Long live Craic!

Track listing:

1 - 20 Years Later 2:35
2 - Drunken Sailor 3:04
3 - Gettin' Up & Gettin' Out 2:34
4 - It's Dangerous out There 3:16
5 - Rocky Road to Dublin 3:03
6 - Hal 3:44
7 - Wool 3:19
8 - Anything Anything 3:19
9 - Cleveland 3:04    


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Friday, September 15, 2017

2017-09-15 PADDYS HOME AND PUB PODCAST - EPISODES #31 AND #32

In case you missed them, these are the links to the Paddys Home and Pub Podcast Episodes #31 and Episode #32.

Episode #31 is titled After GAIF and BBQ.

Episode #32 is titled Fall is Coming, featuring The Elders, The Wild colonial Bhoys, House of Hamill, Mr. Irish Bastard, The Ramshackle Army, The Real McKenzies and many more.

Don't forget to like Paddys Home and Pub Podcast page on Facebook and to thank Scott for his work.

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Thursday, September 14, 2017

2017-09-14 VIDEOS - MAD MAN'S CREW, KELTIKON, COCKSWAIN

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Mad Man's Crew - Riot



Keltikon - Donald McGillavray



Cockswain - Dirty Old Town



Sunday, September 10, 2017

2017-09-10 ALBUM REVIEW - DRUNKEN DOLLY "Alcoholic Rhapsody" (2017)

Drunken Dolly "Alcoholic Rhapsody"
Release date: September 9, 2017
Running time: 44:20, 14 tracks


So-Cal punk and Ramonesque pop punk influences can be heard on some Celtic punk bands. For instance, Drink Hunters and Irish Moutarde (Bad Religion and NOFX) and Tortilla Flat and Kitchen Implosion (Ramones). But there were no bands blending successfully Celtic punk with younger pop-punk sounds so far. Quite a few tracks on the Drunken Dolly’s “Alcoholic Rhapsody” follow that path, catchy songs with harmony vocals and infectious chorus.

The band from Rotterdam has delivered a solid debut album. More than 44 minutes of music and 14 tracks that will please their fan base and will make more followers to jump in. There is a lot of pop punk on the album, but also So-Cal punk, straight banjo and mandolin driven Celtic punk and more.

Three songs from their previous EP have been re-recorded for the album: “Drunken Man’s Curse”, “Humongous Tattooed Arms” and “That Kiss”. As the “Drunken Dolly and the Drunken Man's Curse” EP was reviewed here last year, I will not extend myself: those songs are Celtic punk classics.

Instead of stamping the Ramones 3 chords approach on their songs, Drunken Dolly have put some Blink 182 touches on them. “Endless Party”, “Time to Leave”, “Hold On”, “Alcoholic Rhapsody” and “Beware of the Fisherking” can be filed under that label. All of them are fast-paced songs with gang vocals, chorus to sing-along, manic mandolin and banjo picking and powerful guitar riffs.

Some Ramones echoes can be heard at the beginning of “Beware the Fisherking”, but similar sounds to Hoist the Colors or the early Lexington Field CDs can be noticed too. “Whatsherface” is a slower number that also reminds me of Lexington Field. "Sailor’s Song" starts off slowly, but soon it evolves into a kick-ass So-Cal punk number. Banjo and mandolin are excellent as usual. “Stop” has that Californian flavor too.

The brilliant single “No Regrets” and “Dear Friend” are European banjo led Celtic punk songs at its best. “Beat Up Good Johnny” is an old number (the original demo version can be found here). Flogging Molly’s spirit flies over this cut, an amazing song that also offers some ska-punk.

Drunken DollyAlcoholic Rhapsody” is a well-balanced album. There are different types of punk music and electric guitar mixed with banjo and mandolin. All of the songs are top-notch, but I’ve been really impressed by the pop punk songs. Ramones were the first band to bring the Beach Boys vocal harmonies to punk rock. The Queers brought that to a higher level. Now Drunken Dolly have taken that Beach Boys chorus and written some instant classics like “Endless Party” or “Time to Leave”. Hats-off boys.



Track listing:

01 - Endless Party 3:24
02 - No Regrets 2:46
03 - Time to Leave 2:41
04 - Whatsherface 5:07
05 - Dear Friend 2:41
06 - Hold On 3:16
07 - Sailor's Song 2:10
08 - Beware of the Fisherking 2:53
09 - Drunken Man's Curse 2:36
10 - Humongous Tattoed Arms 2:18
11 - That Kiss 2:52
12 - Stop 2:43
13 - Beat Up Good Johnny 3:40
14 - Alcoholic Rhapsody 4:42


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Saturday, September 9, 2017

2017-09-09 NAME YOUR PRICE DOWNLOAD - THE DROIMLINS - Celtic Gypsy Punk from Lowell, MA


Multi-instrumentalist Jimmy Otis and songsmith Eddy Dyer, both formerly of The Reagan Babies have again joined forces to create The Droimlins, Lowell's newest Celtic Gypsy Punk outfit; regaling you with songs of Drinking And Rebellion.

If you love The Pogues, Balkan Beatbox, The Wolfe Tones, Tom Waits and The Dubliners, this is an evening you'll not want to miss!

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Introducing The Droimlins!!!
Celtic Gypsy Punk outfit from Lowell Massachusetts, featuring accordionist Jimmy Otis and guitarist/vocalist Eddy Dyer, both formerly of The Reagan Babies.

Released April 20, 2016
Produced by James Lindenschmidt
Recorded at The Boys' Room, Lowell MA
Cover art by Che Arrajj


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Thursday, September 7, 2017

2017-09-07 CELTIC FOLK PUNK AND MORE BLOG IN FEEDSPOT TOP 25 FOLK MUSIC BLOGS

Celtic Folk Punk & More has been selected by Feedspot's panelist as one of the Top 25 Folk Music Blogs on the web.
The whole list can be found here.

These blogs are ranked based on following criteria

- Google reputation and Google search ranking
- Influence and popularity on Facebook, twitter and other social media sites
- Quality and consistency of posts.
- Feedspot’s editorial team and expert review


We thank you Feedspot for this award.

Monday, September 4, 2017

2017-09-04 VIDEOS - 13KRAUSS - Acoustic live at RNE (2016)

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 13Krauss - Slow Down (Acoustic live session at RNE, 2016)



13Krauss - The Smitting Blow (Acoustic live session at RNE, 2016)



13Krauss - Seguir en pie (Acoustic live session at RNE, 2016)


Sunday, September 3, 2017

2017-09-03 NAME YOUR PRICE DOWNLOAD - JACK FLASH "The Last Gig"

(Taken from the band's Facebook page)
 
"When I stepped on stage with Jack Flash for the last time, it was with a mixture of exuberance, a little sadness, and some relief. Relief that a big fear of mine hadn't come to pass. By the time our final gig came about, we were past due calling it quits. Interest in the band had waned, the six of us were spread across four different cities, and we all had different work and family commitments to occupy us. We were getting together a lot less often to jam, and shows were few and far between. Tom and I had even had a pretty serious disagreement over the vocal arrangement of a song. Artistic differences, just like a real band! My biggest fear in the last couple of years was that one day we would look back and realise, "oh fuck, that was our last gig. That gig we played where the sound was shit and only five people turned up, there was no rider and we didn't get paid. THAT turned out to be the last time we played together." Because life might have happened before we went out on our own terms. Someone might have got the shits and quit, or had to move far away. But it didn't happen like that. Somewhere along the line we made a commitment to each-other that we wouldn't call it quits until we'd recorded and released a final batch of songs, and we would play one final show in our home town of Toowoomba. And that's what we did. On the 4th June 2016, after a killer send off in Brisbane the night before, we played our last ever set in front of a packed room at The Irish Club Hotel. The crowd rewarded us by giving us their full attention and dancing like crazy for almost two hours straight. Oh we drew that shit out, you better believe it. If there's one time you're allowed to be self indulgent and play the majority of your back catalogue, with a lot of stupid banter and self-depreciative humour in between, it's at your last ever show. If you're a musician, you know how good it feels to make an audience move to a tune you've written (at least, you do if you play the sort of music that's conducive to dancing). Our last gig was everything we could have hoped it would be. There's a video floating around somewhere or us being hoisted onto the shoulders of our friends. We broke the stage! A marvelous capstone on almost 10 years together as a band. If you listen to this recording (kindly recorded live on the night be Justin Myers, and mixed and cleaned up a bit by Jake Hickey), you will hear that it is rough, raw, emotional fairly unprofessional, and with more than one bung note. But fuck me if we didn't mean every single note we played that night, because we played like it was our last chance. We played like we had nothing to lose, we played for the people who had supported us right from the beginning, and most importantly, we played for each-other.
 
Cheers, Looey"

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Saturday, September 2, 2017

2017-09-02 MINI-ALBUM REVIEW - JOLLY JACKERS "Blood, Sweat and Beer" (2017)

Jolly Jackers "Blood, Sweet and Bear" Tom-Tom Records TTCD 263
Release date: March 17, 2017
Running time: 26:50 , 8 tracks


We all know hard-working bands that are always on tour, for instance, The Mahones and The Real McKenzies. But there are also some younger bands that have released several CDs and are touring big festivals and small venues all over Europe, for instance Selfish Murphy from Romania and Jolly Jackers from Hungary.

Things are going too fast for Jolly Jackers. The band from Dunaújváros moved to Budapest. Unfortunately, former fiddler Krisztina Ujházy decided to leave the band at the end of January. She was the only band member who stayed in Dunaújváros because of her commitments. Nevertheless, she recorded the fiddle on "Blood, Sweat and Beer" in December 2016 and most of music was written by her too. Márk Fenyves is the new guitarist and he co-wrote the music for “Devil” with Krisztina and the music for “John not the Silver” with all the other band members.

Blood, Sweat and Beer” was released last Saint Patrick’s Day. The album title showcases the band’s philosophy: hard work and a lot of fun can be compatible. The production is spotless and brilliant fiddle and flute are blended with amazing electric guitar.  The songs are catchy and fresh as usual: kick-ass Paddy and the Rats influenced pub’n’roll songs like “Blood, Sweat and Beer” and “Hymn for the Gang”, a fantastic pirate number (“Back at Home”), a badass song with some ska punk and infectious chorus (“Drive”) and a superb ballad (“Let it Rain”).

Jolly JackersBlood, Sweat and Beer” comes in a jewel case with an 8 page booklet and has been released by Tom-Tom Records. This is another proof that six piece Hungarian band has reached the top. And this is not easy in the burgeoning Hungarian Celtic punk scene.



Tracklisting:

1 - Back at Home 3:15
2 -
Blood Sweat and Beer 3:32
3 - Devil 2:32
4 - Drive 3:25
5 -
Hymn for the Gang 3:16
6 -
John Not the Silver 3:07
7 - Let It Rain 4:25
8 - Epilogue 3:18

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Friday, September 1, 2017

2017-09-01 VIDEOS - KRAKIN' KELLYS, THE MAHONES, THE FOLKESTRA

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Sunday, August 27, 2017

2017-08-27 ALBUM REVIEW - SONS OF O'FLAHERTY "The Road Not Taken" (2017)

Sons of O'Flaherty "The Road not Taken"
Release date: July 15, 2017
Running time: 38:21, 11 tracks



When I reviewed Sons of O’Flaherty’s demo in 2012, I wrote “As the band say that their influences are Dropkick Murphys, Flogging Molly, The Tossers, Social Distortion or Bad Religion, I guess that they could soon evolve into a real Celtic Punk band and move from the pubs circuit to the rock venues circuit. They are young, they write their own material and a strong competitor to The Booze would help to establish a Celtic punk scene in France.” After listening to the songs that were put together on the “Misc Songs” EP from 2016, it was clear that they have really evolved in that direction.

Some members have gone and new ones have jumped in. Then, the personnel who recorded "The Road not Taken" was Tibo on lead vocals and acoustic guitar, Maël on mandolin, banjo and background vocals, Théo on bass and background vocals, Lawrynn on tin whistle, harmonica and veuze, Tom on drums and Théo on electric guitar and background vocals. They launched a successful crowdfunding campaign and have released the debut album that their fans were expecting.

The Road not Taken” takes its inspiration from writings by Robert Frost and Jack Kerouac. It’s packed in a four panel digipack together with a 12 page booklet including all of the lyrics to the songs, all of the credits and the thank-yous. If the packaging is flawless, the music itself is brilliant. Only a couple of standards have made the album, and 9 out of 11 tracks are self-penned songs.

The fans having followed the band from their beginning will notice that 3 songs were previously recorded by Sons of O’Flaherty. In fact, an earlier rendition of “Sam Hall” can be found on the band’s first demo. Obviously the song has been re-arranged: it keeps the original spirit, but it has got a bigger Celtic punk treatment with electric guitar and tin whistle. Fellows from the Folk’n’Punk brigade sing guest vocals too:  Seb (The Mullins), Greg (Jack Raven’s Whores) and Denis (The Moorings). “Once upon a Binge” and “Fields of Athenry” were released on the “Misc Songs” EP. The former differs from the original version. The intro and the spoken part in the middle have been removed. Moreover, the previous version featured fiddle by old member Mak, while the new one features Lawrynn on tin whistle. Apart from that, “Once upon a Binge” is a kick-ass drinking song and I’m sure that you’ll grab a pint straightaway when you listen to this song. “Fields of Atheny” is close to the Dropkick Murphys’ version. However, it has some influences from Neck’s version: the tin whistle and the “hey hey the small free birds fly” gang vocals.

Other amazing songs from “The Road not Taken” are Dropkick Murphys infused numbers. The opening track ”Dead and Gone” features veuze (the old bagpipes from Brittany), gang vocals and mandolin. The song can be filed together with “The Night Pat Murphy Died” and Soldat LouisSur Ma Tombe”:  Cause when I’m dead and gone I want my party to be restless / And everybody smiling to the trumpet of Louis Armstrong / Wanna get my kicks one last time with the sweet hoarse voice of Mike Ness / I want a kick ass funeral and all my friends to sing along / I want a kick ass funeral and all my friends to sing along”. “The Better Claim” is an awesome boy/girl song à la DKM’s “Dirty Glass” or The PoguesFairytale of New York”. Guest Sophie (Burning Lady) sings the girl’s parts.

Love me” is So-Cal punk at its best. Maël on mandolin and Lawrynn on veuze do a great job. “The Lucky Ones” is a fantastic number. It reminds me slightly of The Men They Couldn’t Hang. It’s based on acoustic guitar, mandolin and harmonica, but the end of the song featuring electric guitar has a The Real McKenzies sound. Matty (Roughneck Riot) guests on “Saint or Sinner”, a badass song blending Flogging Molly influences, the mandolin driven punk folk by Matty’s band and some Celtic soul on the chorus.

Red Wine Teeth” was the song chosen for the first video off “The Road not Taken”. “Glory Days” and “The Townspeople” showcase a different side of Sons of O’Flaherty. Lawrynn plays harmonica on both songs. “Glory Days” is a ballad where banjo can be heard. “The Townspeople” has an American folk song touch. Kevin (The Decline) guests on vocals.

German writer Jean-Luc Bannalec / Jörg Bong’s Comissaire Dupin crime novels take place in Brittany. They have been a huge success in Germany and in other European countries. Sons of O’Flaherty are currently on tour and they’ll be playing a couple of gigs in Germany and Switzerland at the beginning of September.  I’m pretty sure that sooner or later Sons of O’Flaherty will be able to break through the German Celtic festivals circuit too.





Track listing:

01. Dead and Gone 03:00   
02. Sam Hall 03:30   
03. The Lucky Ones 03:44   
04. Once Upon a Binge 03:10   
05. Saint or Sinner 04:08
06. Red Wine Teeth 03:25
07. Fields of Athenry 03:57
08. The Better Claim 03:06   
09. Glory Days 04:07   
10. Love Me 03:17   
11. The Townspeople 02:55

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