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Homemade Ivory Dreams

by Roger Doyle

  • Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album

    CD in colour card wallet. Artwork by Ciarán Byrne.

    Includes unlimited streaming of Homemade Ivory Dreams via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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CBG 04:10
Enniode 05:43
Rodusher 04:51
Debusher 02:25
No Lone Man 04:24


released June 2, 2017

The title of track 2 is a line in the novel City Of Bohane by Kevin Barry. Used by permission.
Track 3 was recorded in concert at the Mermaid Arts Centre, Bray, County Wicklow in 2011. Piano: Roger Doyle, guitar: Niwel Tsumbu. Recording engineer: Eóin Murphy. This piece is a homage to Ennio Morricone.
Track 4 was named after a friend of mine said to me once: 'what would you know - you grew up in formaldehyde'. A benign reference to the village of Malahide where I spent my youth. Embalmed memory.
Track 11 is dedicated to the poet Michael Davitt (1950-2005) who recorded his Irish language poem Urnaí Maidne in my studio.

A Silverdoor release SIDO 016. Recorded at Rabbit And Costelloe's.
Keyboards, programming and all music composed, engineered, fiddled with endlessly and produced by Roger Doyle ℗ and © PRS 2011 and 2013-17.
Design: Ciarán Byrne. Total time: 54'34.


From a review in Classical Ear August 2017:
It carries itself with all the vivid – and here often hallucinogenic – intensity typical of Doyle’s work. Structure and detail, rhythmic propulsion, tonal variation and textural intricacy all reveal his equally characteristic meticulousness. There’s a palpable emotional energy to, a discernible intellectual interrogation of, pieces that are acutely personal, adroitly framed and superbly realised. It’s as if Debussy had collaborated with dance-music duo Orbital.
Read the full review here: www.classicalear.co.uk/posts/YjFlMzE5MTNiZGI5NmI


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Roger Doyle Ireland

Roger Doyle – composer, keyboardist and producer of own music, in concert and in the studio. Likes to work on large projects and to collaborate with others. Works with a multiplicity of musical languages and evolving technologies.

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