Out Of The Blue

by Colin Deady

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Album of the week: Roddie Cleere, KCLR 96 FM (March 2015)

Album of the week: Charlie McGettigan, Shannonside Radio (March 2015)

Hailing from the edge of the world……. Skibbereen, West Cork,
singer-songwriter & multi instrumentalist Colin Deady
is due to release his Debut Album on 19th March 2015.

While subtle influences from Pink Floyd, The Beatles, Steely Dan and Paul Brady can be heard, this collection of emotional, nostalgic songs defies an easy pigeonhole.

Colin skillfully blends energetic raw tracks like Watchdog or
first single Life Goes On with beautifully crafted soulful songs like Chapel Street and Things I Love The Most

“The songs are all about the vocals & lyrics, this is where the record shines,
featuring four part harmonies in many of the songs.
I love the human warmth that vocal harmonies can bring to a song,
that sense of togetherness, there’s nothing like it”

Colin’s most recent single launch held in De Barra’s Clonakilty & Coughlan’s Cork was a great success and has been receiving local & national radio play along with RTÉ Radio 1. Colin will be playing solo performances and shows with his full band as part of a promotional tour in 2015. Hope to see you somewhere along the road!

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released March 19, 2015

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Hotpress - "Wonderful sun kissed feel by an accomplished songwriter"

Album of the week: Roddie Cleere, KCLR 96 FM

Album of the week: Charlie McGettigan, Shannonside Radio

Hailing from the edge of the world……. Skibbereen, West Cork,
singer-songwriter & multi instrumentalist Colin Deady
released his Debut Album on 20th March 2015.
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Track Name: Time On My Side
It doesn’t take long for time to move years,
it doesn’t take years for you to understand ,
no paralell worlds will ever meet,
I’ll derail this train,

Finding the railroad you’re on
Look to the future the past is gone,
time on my side whenever I need.

I once was a boy now I’m a man, I used to play it cool,
now I bet I am, my spirit surfs free just how I want to be
I’ll be who I am

Finding the railroad you’re on
look to the future the past is gone,
time on my side whenever I need

It’s hard to move on, when you’ve nowhere to go
I need to find you, you’re my life and soul
no limits no clues you’ve only gotta be true
You know what to do

Finding the railroad you’re on
Look to the future the past is gone,
time on my side whenever I need.
Track Name: Things I Love The Most
Why do I say
Wait until tomorrow comes
When it only seems like yesterday
You sat upon my knee
Went walking through forest
As the sun shone through the trees
The things I love the most
Are slipping away from me

Long live the day
When we would crawl far away
And you would take your soft hands
And put them ‘round me
And I’d say to you
I love you baby
The things I love the most
Are slipping away from me