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Singing Ways to Feel More Junior

Luke Daniels

Scottish
Gael Music

Released: 24th November 2017
Catalogue Number: GAEL017
Barcode: 0652508443508
Running Time: 47 Mins.

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Gender equality, addiction, upgraded humans, childhood consumerism and Donald Trump are all examined via masterful acoustic folk encompassing humble woodnotes to syrupy synthesized twists. A salutatory reminder that folk music should be inspirational, comforting and need not be the preserve of the exponents of its authenticity.

1) Penny In The Slot
2) Only Love I’ll Leave To You
3) The House That Jack Built
4) Singing Ways to Feel More Junior
5) Let’s Not Waste Another Day
6) Strange Power
7) Elizabeth Trump & Sons
8) A Berkshire Lad
9) Trick Of The Light
10) Better The Devil You Know
11) What Becomes of Gilgamesh
12) Don’t You Worry ‘Bout A Thing
Gender equality, addiction, upgraded humans, childhood consumerism and Donald Trump are all examined via masterful acoustic folk encompassing humble woodnotes to syrupy synthesized twists. A salutatory reminder that folk music should be inspirational, comforting and need not be the preserve of the exponents of its authenticity.

Lineup

Luke Daniels - Guitar, Vocals, Piano
Seamie O'Dowd Guitars & Banjo
Euan Burton - Double and Electric Bass
Louis Abbott - Drums & Backing Vocals
Emma Pollock - Vocals
Niall Murphy - Fiddle

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