"Professional Musician & Music Teacher"

Available CD's and Digital Downloads

Cds and tracks available to purchase online.

CDS Available

Below is a selection of CD's available. They can all be purchased via Amazon or you can simply contact me to purchase..

Mat Walklate - Cold In April

Containing sixteen tracks of traditional and original Irish music and songs. Mat plays flute, harmonica, whistle, uilleann pipes and low whistle and he is joined by Matt Fahey on guitar and vocal, Paul Cowham on guitar, Pat O'Reilly on bouzouki, Faul Bradley on guitar, Vinnie Short on bodhran, Ben Walker on bass flute, uilleann pipes and cittern, Steafan Hannigan on percussion, Andy Dinan on fiddle and Tony Trundle on fiddle.

  • CD Title: Mat Walklate - Cold In April
  • Tracks: 16

Mat Walklate - By And By

My version of The Harmony Four's 1941 recording of Children Go Where I Send You

Only available as download

Mat Walklate - Children Go Where I Send You

My version of The Harmony Four's 1941 recording of Children Go Where I Send You

Only available as download

  • Title: Mat Walklate - Children Go Where I Send You

Mat Walklate - Better Off Alone

An original song, composed and recorded 17th May 2021. It's a minor Blues, with me on harmonicas, vocals and guitar. The chromatic harmonica plays a bassline, the diatonic harps provide minor chords, and the solos.

released May 17, 2021
Mat Walklate: vocals, harmonicas, guitar.

Only available as download

  • Title: Mat Walklate - Better Off Alone

Mat Walklate - Chevrolet

A song in the old North Mississippi Hill Country Fife & Drum tradition. It's mainly influenced by the playing of Ed and Lonnie Young, and references Otha Turner and Napoleon Strickland, all great exponents of this unique regional style of music, which has now all but disappeared.

The 'drum' is an empty plastic bin. There are two wooden flutes, a high G, and a low D, two unison vocals, and handclaps.

Only available as download

  • Title: Mat Walklate - Chevrolet

Mat Walklate - Drunken Spree

A traditional track, Drunken Spree. credits released April 30, 2021 Mat Walklate: vocals, harmonicas

Only available as download

Mat Walklate - Manyharps

Original instrumental Blues track with loads of harmonica, and handclaps.

Only available as download

Mat Walklate - Box Room Blues

Mat Walklate: harmonicas, percussion.

Only available as download

Mat Walklate - So Long

Mat Walklate: vocal, guitar
Faul Bradley: guitar
Koulaty Kabo: vocal, percussion
Anthony Haller: double bass

Only available as download

  • Title: Mat Walklate - So Long

Mat Walklate - Rockin' Chair

Mat Walklate: vocals
Faul Bradley: guitar

Only available as download

  • Title: Mat Walklate - Rockin' Chair

Mat Walklate - No Lovin' Now

Mat Walklate: vocal, harmonica
Faul Bradley: guitar, backing vocal
Anthony Haller: double bass
Koulaty Kabo: percussion

Only available as download

  • Title: Mat Walklate - No Lovin' Now

Mat Walklate - In My Sight

Mat Walklate: vocal, flute
Faul Bradley: guitar
Anthony Haller: double bass
Koulaty Kabo: percussion

Only available as download

  • Title: Mat Walklate - In My Sight

Mat Walklate - Candyman

Faul Bradley: vocal, guitar
Mat Walklate: harmonica
Anthony Haller: double bass
Koulaty Kabo: percussion

Only available as download

  • Title: Mat Walklate - Candyman

Mat Walklate - Diamond Joe

A traditional song, taken from a Lomax prison recording.

Only available as download

  • Title: Mat Walklate - Diamond Joe

Mat Walklate - Cold In Hand

Original acoustic blues

Only available as download

  • Title: Mat Walklate - Cold In Hand

The House Devils - Crossing The Ocean

The title of the most recent album by Ireland’s The House Devils, Crossing the Ocean, clearly references that chestnut of Irish music, emigration. However, a closer listen to the music shows that the group has subtly twisted expectations by incorporating American folk back into the traditions of Irish music.

  • CD Title: The House Devils - Crossing The Ocean
  • Tracks: 15

Mat Walklate - Sea Of Blues

Mat Walklate’s Sea of Blues is a passion and regard for the ways of the ocean of time that separates us in the modern age to that of a distant, but gratifying time of a genre’s appeal. It is an urgent and immediate pulse that recognises what the old masters were trying to show us, and something we neglected to understand in the spiralling days of the genre’s less passionate times, in its more concerned with appearance than depth of character.

© Mat Walklate 2021