Carmel has recorded two albums to date. Her first album “keepin up the payments' was a big favourite with r.t.e. radio d.j’s including John Creedon and Ronan Collins.
Keepin' Up the PaymentsReview:Connaught Tribune - Mary J. Murphy"A veteran of the West of Ireland music scene, this talented singer and keyboard player certainly has a first Recording to be proud of in "Keepin' Up The Payments". It's a fine piece of work with a marvelously well-produced cross-section of songs. She showcases a great voice, capturing a wide variety of styles from the soulful huskiness of 'You don't know me' to an excellent interpretation of Tom Waits' 'I hope that I don't fall in love with you'. Carmel's piano playing is augmented by the fine guitar playing of her producer Gabriel Donoghue, who along with other featured guests all lend their considerable skills to make her first release a real corker."
You can listen to four tracks from the album by clicking on the following links:
The very ground that you walk upon
Walking after midnight
What I’d say
The Tarabolten - the Flagstone of Memories - the Mountain Road
My Old Dear Galway Bay
Down at the Twist and Shout
The Lark in the Morning
Nothing Compares to You