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Dan Mock - Miles To Morning (2014)

19-12-2014, 14:18
Music | Blues | Folk

Dan Mock - Miles To Morning (2014)

Artist: Dan Mock
Title Of Album: Miles To Morning
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Folk/Blues/Alternative
Label: Self Produced
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 32:56
Total Size: 76 Mb

1. Ragged Mile (3:27)
2. Everywhere Strength (2:40)
3. Crowded Room (3:25)
4. She Was Alone (3:53)
5. Song For Danko (4:37)
6. Storm On The Horizon (4:47)
7. Come And Go Blues (4:26)
8. House On The Hill (1:55)
9. Feel It In The Morning (3:43)

The title evokes a late night journey, an experience a travelling performer knows all too well. Miles to Morning begins with the metaphor of a hard road on the opening track “Ragged Mile”. Then the album navigates between the cavernous sounds in “Crowded Room” and “Storm on the Horizon” to heartfelt torch songs like “She was Alone” and “Everywhere Strength” before ending with whimsical “House on the Hill” and the album’s joyous sing-along track “Feel it In the Morning”.

Highlights include an inspired cover of Greg Allman‘s “Come and Go Blues” and a self-penned tribute to a Simcoe, Ontario musician and one of Mock’s influences, appropriately titled “Song for Danko“.

One can conclude from his long list of side-projects and album credits that Dan Mock draws on influences far and wide, circling the globe and back again.

It is natural to draw comparisons when describing a musician or album that demonstrates such a blend of styles. During a session on Miles to Morning, guitarist/producer Tim Bovaconti (Burton Cummings, Ron Sexsmith) made the comparison to New Orleans rock, rhythm and blues songwriter Bobby Charles. Some claim to hear in Dan’s voice some traces of early Lyle Lovett recordings.

Whoever we might hear in his voice, one thing is certain: Dan Mock is growing into his own style, and it is a style rooted in a long tradition of roots and rhythm and blues songwriters.

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nrwsps   User offline   26 December 2014 10:28

Thanks a lot. 3

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