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Dan Webster - The Tin Man (2015)

13-12-2015, 15:39
Music | Folk | Country

Title: The Tin Man
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Paper Plane Records
Genre: Folk, Singer-Songwriter
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 45:46 min
Total Size: 106 MB


01. Dancers
02. Elvis
03. Number Seventeen
04. Gold and Tin
05. What It’s For
06. British Man of War
07. One to Remember
08. Spanish Ladies
09. Old Friends
10. Goodbye
11. Gin

Dan Webster is a seasoned English singer-songwriter, his music is influenced by sounds and story telling traditions of American and British Folk music (in it’s broadest sense), Americana and Rock and Roll. Americana UK described him as ‘A Hybrid of Damien Rice, Seth Lakeman and Tom McRae’. Webster just writes what he feels, in his words “it’s just about the music, there’s no plan when I’m writing, there doesn’t need to be, writing is about honesty, we connect with real experiences and real emotions in music”.

‘Webster is a true performer, troubadour was the old way to describe such as him’ said Classic Rock Magazine.

His new self produced release for 2015 THE TIN MAN is the pinnacle of his work to date. It explores folk, country and rock and roll across the album fusing these styles throughout the body of the work. Webster’s delivery sits perfectly within English folk and American styles through rock and roll to Country/Americana and beyond. The album is a conceptual look at life journeys both metaphorically and direct. There is a sailor’s journey, told using his arrangements of two English and one traditional American folk song. One To Remember and No.17 discuss journeys in a situational context, No.17 examining how small journeys can reflect and offer deeper insight into life and its continuing cycle. Life and loss feature throughout as well as hope and love. This is honest work, Dan lived the song Elvis, met the “old boy’ in One To Remember and rode the No. 17. (That said, in truth, he can’t remember the number of the bus route).

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