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DC Cardwell - Pop Art (2015)

15-03-2015, 11:36
Music | Folk | Rock | Oldies | FLAC / APE

DC Cardwell - Pop Art (2015)

Artist: DC Cardwell
Title Of Album: Pop Art
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Madcar Records
Genre: Folk Rock, Classic Rock, Singer-Songwriter
Quality: MP3 | FLAC (tracks)
Bitrate: 320 kbps | lossless
Total Time: 42:18 Min
Total Size: ~135 Mb |~339 Mb
WebSite: Album Preview


1. In The Cloud (4:15)
2. Don't Know Why (4:16)
3. The Sun, The Moon, The Stars (5:22)
4. Have I Got News For You (5:17)
5. Magic For Everybody (Sam Phillips cover) (3:06)
6. I Need A Manager (4:12)
7. Serving My Time (3:30)
8. Love Is Patient (5:11)
9. Record Store Day (4:17)
10. I Heard The Bells On Christmas Day (2:58)
11. Birthday Present (acoustic 2015) [DIGITAL BONUS TRACK] (2:17)
12. Know Me (uke'n' bass version 2015) [DIGITAL BONUS TRACK] (3:10)
13. In The Cloud (lead guitar version 2015) [DIGITAL BONUS TRACK] (3:50)

"Pop Art" is the long-awaited follow-up to DC's acclaimed "Some Hope" album. Included in your download will be a beautiful full-colour lyric booklet in PDF form as well as a printable version.
Pop Art is the long-awaited follow-up to DC's acclaimed "Some Hope' album. This time the album was co-produced by his son Samuel, who was often seen performing with him on his popular web concerts from his studio while the album was being made.

Like his father, Samuel plays a number of instruments, and he shares playing credits with his father throughout these songs. DC's other son, Joel, an equally skilled musician, only appears once, but what an aching, emotive guitar solo he provides to the pensive coda of the country-rock tinged "I Need A Manager", a song which is not as jocular as its title might suggest!

Having said that, DC's familiar wry sense of humour is ever-present, even on his most grave and serious songs, and this is one of the elements that provides a certain levity and life-affirming joy to all his material.

His material ranges from kitchen-sink love songs to apocalyptic pleas to hold on loosely to our worldly possessions. Even the familiar, traditional Christmas song which closes the album is not just for Yuletide caroling. Legendary author Ray Bradbury, in his 1962 novel Something Wicked This Way Comes, described the carol as "immensely moving, overwhelming, no matter what day or what month it was sung."

DC's distinctive and affecting voice is perfect for his songs which take an honest and often wry look at life, peppered with positivity and redemptive possibility. Combine that with his maddeningly catchy hooks, pop-smart arrangements and melodic lead guitar breaks and you have Beatlesque songs that you will want to hear again and again. Now based in Australia, he grew up in Northern Ireland and also spent some years in Canada.

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