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Dan Walsh - Incidents & Accidents (2015)

29-11-2015, 15:58
Music | Folk | FLAC / APE

Title: Incidents & Accidents
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Rooksmere Records
Genre: Folk, Singer-Songwriter
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 41:16 MB
Total Size: 101 / 254 MB


1. Time to Stay (3:10)
2. Lost Rambler (2:15)
3. Hermit of Gully Lake (3:29)
4. With a Memory Like Mine (5:19)
5. Wobbly Trolley (2:56)
6. The Song Always Stays (3:36)
7. Whiplash Reel (4:46)
8. Only Way to Go (3:01)
9. The Missing Light (2:36)
10. The Tune Set (6:28)
11. Dancing in the Wind (3:40)

'Incidents & Accidents' is the highly anticipated follow up to Dan Walsh's critically acclaimed 'Same But Different' album release from 2012. On the new album we get to hear Dan in a more stripped back format with just a few guest appearances from Patsy Reid (fiddle), Nic Zuppardi (mandolin), Mark Hutchinson (percussion/vocals) and Canadian singer Meaghan Blanchard. The album was also produced by Mark Hutchinson at his Rooksmere Studios, known for producing albums by Blair Dunlop, Fabian Holland and of course Walsh & Pound. There are seven songs and four instrumentals. The song lyrics are a major focus on this album but there is still plenty of Dan's signature fast and furious banjo playing to keep the fans happy. Of the livelier songs 'Time To Stay' tells of Dan's mixed emotions of moving back to his home town of Stafford after six years living in Newcastle upon Tyne along with the bluegrass inspired Lost Rambler, showing his love of the mountain music minor tunings. Of the slower songs, the contemplative 'Dancing In The Wind' and 'The Song Always Stays' are perfect examples, the former telling of a moving moment on a family holiday in Ireland and the latter relates to Dan and Nic Zuppardi's experience of playing a gig to Scottish singer Glen Mason in a Surrey care home and rekindling his love of singing and performing in his twilight years. Dan originally started playing banjo due to his love of Scottish and Irish jigs and reels and the aptly named The Tune Set contains four tunes from a slow air building right up to a fast and furious reel with names inspired from touring from the Isle of Barra to New Zealand. To complete the musical world tour, Whiplash Reel displays Dan's new found passion for Indian classical music. Touted as one of the finest banjo players in the UK as well as being a superb singer, songwriter and guitarist, Dan Walsh is described as 'The real deal' in UNCUT magazine. To date he has released two critically acclaimed solo albums and has toured the world including visits to Canada, Norway, Germany, India and New Zealand and of course has played solo at venues and festivals across the UK. Having made his name with the duo Walsh and Pound and now a member of the award winning Urban Folk Quartet, as well as guest appearances on stage and on record with the Levellers and Seth Lakeman, this unique and eclectic musician continues to stun audiences across the world. His eclectic and innovative approach has led to many exciting collaborations alongside his solo work and the UFQ, including tours with Northeast concertina legend Alistair Anderson and with sensational Indian sarangi player Suhail Yusuf Khan as well as Canadian country singer Meaghan Blanchard. 'Eclectically inspired and consistently brilliant' - fRoots

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