Luke Daniels - What's Here What's Gone

Luke Daniels - What's Here What's Gone

format: CD   |   ref: GAELCD014   |   released: October 2014   |   condition: new

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12 Tracks: In Our Hearts * Don't Be Afraid * What She Means * For Your Love * Way Back Home * Know You More * Asking Why * How Will I Know * A River Runs * What's Here What's Gone * All My Dreams * Healing Stream.

A beautifully crafted album from Glasgow based Luke Daniels, showcasing his skills as singer-songwriter.

Luke is one of the folk world's most respected multi-instrumentalists, always in-demand melodeon player for the likes of Ian Anderson, De Dannan, 'Riverdance' and as a regular in Cara Dillon’s band.

This album reveals his talents as a singer-songwriter with a mix of folk, blues and gospel songs.

Song lyrics beautifully presented in a delux CD cover.

Luke Daniels (piano, guitar, zither banjo, samples), Matheu Watson (guitars), C.J. Hillman (pedal steel, lap steel, dobro), Rick Standley (bass), James Macintosh (drums), Signy Jacobsdottir (percussion), Patsy Reid (strings), Ken Blackwood (French horn), Madaleine Pritchard And Chris jude (backing vocals), Vocals on 'Healing Stream: Margaret Milton (soprano), Catherine Taylor (alto), Iain McGinley (tenor), James Duddridge (bass).

"Intense, poetical and oft dark yet recounted through pleasing melodies. A rich tapestry has been woven into the songs; like a thoughtful unpicking and re-stitching of life’s journey." R2 Magazine.

"A new force to reckon with" The Guardian.

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