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  • Performer: Michael O'Shea
  • Title: Michael O'Shea
  • Size MP3 ver: 2894 mb
  • Size FLAC ver: 2952 mb
  • Date of release: 1982
  • Style: Experimental
  • Rating: 4.2 of 5
  • Genre: Electronic
Michael O'Shea - Michael O'Shea mp3 flac


Guitar No.1
Anfa Dásachtach
No Journeys End


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
DOM 33.2Michael O'Shea Michael O'Shea ‎(LP, Album)Dome Records DOM 33.2UK1982
DOM 33.2Michael O'Shea Michael O'Shea ‎(LP, Album, TP)Dome Records DOM 33.2UK1982
ACMOSCDx1Michael O'Shea Michael O'Shea ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM)AllchivalACMOSCDx1Ireland2019
ACMOSLPx1Michael O'Shea Michael O'Shea ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, S/Edition, Cle)AllchivalACMOSLPx1Ireland2019
ACMOSLPx1Michael O'Shea Michael O'Shea ‎(LP, Album, RE, RM)AllchivalACMOSLPx1Ireland2019


Michael O'Shea - Michael O'Shea 1982. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Michael O'Shea. Songs in album Michael O'Shea - Michael O'Shea 1982. Michael O'Shea - No Journey's End. Michael O'Shea - Kerry. Michael O'Shea - Guitar No 1 Take 1. Michael O'Shea - Guitar No 2 Take 2. Michael O'Shea - Voices. Michael O'Shea - Anfa Dasachtach. Michael O'Shea -. These Moments - Michael O'Shea. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. ЛейблMichael O'Shea. These Moments. Исполнитель: Michael O'Shea. Michael OShea Tracklist. No Journey's End Lyrics. Kerry Lyrics. Guitar No. 1 Lyrics. Anfa Dásachtach Lyrics. About Michael OShea. Michael OShea Q&A. Michael OShea. About Genius Contributor Guidelines Press Advertise Event Space. Michael OShea Newry, Northern Ireland, 11 July 1947 - 18 December 1991 was an Irish busker and inventor of the Mo cara Gaelic for My friend, a hybrid of a dulcimer, zelochord and sitar, played with a pair of chopsticks. The Mo cara has seventeen main strings underpinned by six more strings which gives it a profound resonance. No journeys end is off OSheas lone and untitled solo lp on Dome 1982-02, DOM 33. 2, as recorded on 1981-07-07 at Blackwing Studio, London produced by Wires B. Gilbert & G. Lewis, engineered by Eric Radcliffe & John Fryer. Séance of a read more. Michael O'Shea March 17, 1906 December 4, 1973 was known as an American character actor who appeared in feature films and later in television and whose career spanned the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s. O'Shea was born in Hartford, Connecticut. He wanted to follow his five brothers into the police force but was not tall enough. He dropped out of school at 12 and began his acting career in vaudeville by touring with boxing idol Jack Johnson's show. He did a variety of jobs including soda jerk, bricklayer. by Michael O Shea, released 25 January 2019 1. No Journeys End 2. Kerry 3. Voices 5. Anfa Dásachtach Having sold his instruments to fund a nomadic 1970s lifestyle, eccentric Irish experimentalist Michael OShea was forced to create his own handmade answer to the sitars and zelochords hed become accustomed to playing on his travels around the globe. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Buy Digital Album. EUR or more. Michael O Shea - CD w Booklet. Compact Disc CD Digital Album. Последние твиты от Michael O'Shea MichaelAOShea. Pronouns: zqxnob. Right-wing thought and left-wing thought are both valid, necessary, and complementary. I am a right-wing thinker. Amsterdam, North Holland 52. Michael O'Shea - Michael O'Shea. giovanni difronzo. Michael O'Shea, 2019. Kerry, 02:28. Michael O'Shea Michael O'Shea. Label: Allchival ACMOSLPx1. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered. Country: Ireland. Performer , Liner Notes Michael O'Shea. Photography Edward Graham Lewis. Producer B. Gilbert , G. Reissue Producer Olan. Remastered By RC. Remastered and reissued with the approval of both Dome and surviving siblings


Listen to music from Michael O'Shea like No Journeys End, Kerry & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Michael O'Shea. Michael OShea Newry, Northern Ireland, 11 July 1947 - 18 December 1991 was an Irish busker and inventor of the Mo cara Gaelic for My friend, a hybrid of a dulcimer, zelochord and sitar, played with a pair of chopsticks. The Mo cara has seventeen main strings underpinned by six more strings which gives it a profound resonance. Michael O'Shea. Does the Dream Stop Here Michael O'Shea. 2014 сингл. Through the Eyes of a Child. 2013 сингл. Michael O'Shea Music, Rochester, New York. I've been playing, singing and entertaining since age 12, and plan to. Please email moshea to receive your invitation. Let's make music and hang out Michael O'Shea Music. 10 May at 15:56 . Y'all come . Город: Amsterdam, North Holland long after, a similar encounter happened at Covent Garden in Londons West End, where the busker Michael OShea made the acquaintance of Wires Bruce Gilbert and Graham Lewis. Spellbound by his street-corner performance on a homemade stringed instrument, Gilbert and Lewis told him to drop by the studio anytime. Thanks to Dublin label All Citys AllChival imprint, Michael O Sheas singular music returns, its mystery wholly intact. OShea, who came of age in London in the 1960s, got his start playing harmonica before traveling as a relief worker during the Bangladesh famine crisis of the early 70s. Track Listing. Easter Island. feat: Michael O'Shea. blue highlight denotes track pick. Stream Tracks and Playlists from Michael O'Shea Music on your desktop or mobile device. Let your audience know what to hear first. Learn more about Pro. Michael O'Shea Music. Albuquerque, NM, United States. Michael O Shea. released 25 January 2019 1. No Journeys End 2. Kerry 3. Guitar No. Voices 5. Anfa Dásachtach Having sold his instruments to fund a nomadic 1970s lifestyle, eccentric Irish experimentalist Michael OShea was forced to create his own handmade answer to the sitars and zelochords hed become accustomed to playing on his travels around the globe. Compact Disc version of the album including updated liner notes & 12 page booklet. Performer Michael O'Shea tracks: 7, 10. Performer , Guitar Michael O'Shea tracks: 1 to 6. Track 1-6 published by Complete Music. Recorded at Blackwing Studio, London, 7th July 1981. Tracks 7-8 published by Trax on WaxDark Fox Music. Track 10-11 Copyright Control. All photographs courtesy of The Estate of Michael O'Shea, except Front cover: Graham Lewis Page 5: unknown, unknown, John Minihan Page 7 and inlay: Dave Clifford Page 8: Mute Records Page 11: David Buckland Page 12: Derek Doody, Larry Cosgrave. Made in UK. This compilation & 2001 WMO Limited


Comments (24)

This guy was something else, years before his time, creating his own instrument and style, a cross between Irish traditional and eastern influences.Beautiful record, deep as the deepest acid. Well done to the guys from Wire who had the good sense to make this recod.
For anyone who wants to know more about Michael O'Shea's incredible story here's a link to my radio documentary that was first broadcast on RTÉ Lyric FM in August 2019: https://soundcloud.com/the-lyric-feature/no-journeys-end-20-juneAnd here's the accompanying Oral History with further contributions, info, stories, photographs, and historical context: https://medium.com/learn-and-sing/no-journeys-end-the-story-of-michael-oshea-a991e6844442
Musicwise : very unique and enthralling. And what great stories behind the music. How Gilbert & Lewis discovered / found Mr. O'Shea. And how moved they were upon hearing the perfect recordings. Exquisite sleeve notes too. Productwise : strange to see a cd reprint without the WMO bonus tracks ... and also to see the sticker glued to the digipack sleeve and not on the plastic wrapping. Or ?
While the first copy of this that I bought had a pressing flaw, the replacement copy sounds flawless on both sides. Perhaps complaints regarding the sound quality on side 2 come from not knowing what the "Dome sound" is like? The tracks on side 2 are definitely more heavily Dome-ified than those on side 1, but the perceived loss of fidelity is just down to Gilbert & Lewis' murky production which can be heard on Dome's LPs as well as the Desmond Simmons album they put out (also in need of a reissue, IMO).
Like one or two others here, I was very disappointed with the sound quality on Side 2. I have cleaned the vinyl (despite it not being dusty etc - I bought it sealed) but that had no affect on the sound. It appears to be a pressing issue?. If so, it's disappointing that it passed Q.C.. Congrats though on the superb sleeve notes, by the Failed Bohemian.
I'm sad to hear that folks are still having audio issues here. So I guess we've still not gotten to the bottom of the issue. It would be good to do that. As is stated in the comment above, the second side is a rather different sound field to side one, having been more heavily treated by the producers Bruce Gilbert & Graham Lewis. It's 'thicker' and deliberately murkier.....
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I’m just reading my original (positive) review from 1982, where I comment on what should be the correct "Gaelic" for "my friend". Unfortunately the original error has been reprinted on this new sleeve. The correct Irish is "mo chara" and not "mó cará" which is meaningless.
i remember In Dublin well. i should be more vigilant. i knew the name was familiar, but wasn't quite sure why. the reason you got the call for the documentary was because he got a copy of the review, that i had copied from the national library's stocks of In Dublin over two decades ago. it's still in there. i was ferreting through it again a couple of years back. folks don't remember that there was a fair quotient of music coverage.......
It was a magazine called "In Dublin", now long-defunct. What surprises me is I no longer own the review copy. I suspect the Editor commandeered it.
p.s. We had the same deliberations when the album was put on ceedee at the start of the century!
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Wow. Which magazine did you write for? I know the man who would have contacted you. Yes, that documentary should see a broadcast in the near future.
Yes, I can understand that. People who don’t understand Irish have a great habit of adding accents everywhere they don’t belong, even on consonants.
Hi. In 1982, I was a critic, mainly on folk music, for a magazine. One of my reviews was for Michael O Shea. As it was nearly 40 years ago, I’d completely forgotten it until last week, when I was contacted by RTÉ and asked to read it for a new documentary on him and presumably the LP. So yes, it was something that I wrote.
p.s. When you say review, is it something you wrote, or a clipping? I must say I'm curious. The period writings that are known of are so few...... His 'normal' performing career was decidedly brief.
There were deliberations over this. (I'm the sleeve note writer) I've always been mystified as the original note was written by an Irish man, who, even if he left school early - he'd still have known the spelling. It might have been a typo. The label decided to maintain fidelity with the original note of Michael's, just in case he deliberately misspelled I guess......
One the most beautiful music ever heard. The reissue is very nice: interesting liner notes and good pressing quality.
An amazing album, beautifully presented with informative sleeve notes and photos however.... for some reason the sound quality on side B is distinctly muffled compared to the CD version of the same tracks (WNO 2001) It sounds the same on the bandcamp page too so doesn't appear to be a defect in my copy.
Nice release in terms of packaging, with a printed inner full of notes, and sound in general (just some clics here and there). But I have to report that Voices theme sounds almost terrible to me: maybe it’s intended or it is due to the bad live recording, but this particular song is full of reverb and noise up in the front for its main part, like a disturbing echo of electricity, leaving the drums in the back, barely audible. I don’t have the original pressing so I can’t state any conclusion, but what it’s sure is that is not my copy, as the mp3 that I was gifted with sounds exactly in the same way (well, much bad indeed, per compression). Have anyone else detected this? If there is someone that possess the original LP, I’d appreciate his or her comments even more. Thanks!
Hi John, and congratulations for your work on the sleeve’s notes.I meant the percussion work when referring to “drums”, sorry for the confussion. Clicks are less important for me than that reverberation I was talking about. I gave the vinyl a clean and listen to it again yesterday but it was still there, as it must be part of the recording process. I could live with it and appreciate the quality music on the other songs, but it is far from being perfectly captured on the recording from my perspective, above all in this particular song.BR.
Hi Doelector,I don't recall clicks on the test, must check the issued record, altho' it should theoretically be indentical...... I'll flag this with the label. I'm the sleeve-note writer. There aren't any drums anywhere on the album, I guess you'd be referring to the naturally percussive work of Mike's chopsticks. The original is pretty wild sonically anyway too; I guess MOS is much in parts like a dub record..... There were two passes at mastering from two different originals, the masters being long lost to history........Many ThanksJohn
Thats the sound on the original LP yes! . .
Its worth pointing out that there is another Michael O Shea with an album called Journeys and is no relation to this,just to avoid confusion.
This obscure album is produced by members of the British band Wire. They did use the Dome label for some bizarre outlet, strange and interesting stuff.

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