Kevin Danzig | Welcome Home/"Live"at the Kerrville Folk Festival

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Welcome Home/"Live"at the Kerrville Folk Festival

by Kevin Danzig

The long awaited "Live" CD by the 25 year folk/rock veteran, plus 4 NEW Bonus Tracks.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Fear of the Unknown Woman
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2. As Long As I Know That You Love Me
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3. My Best Friend Has a Sweetheart,(tom's Song)
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4. Faith Be Mine Tonight
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5. Love Stumbles In
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6. I Call It Love
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7. We Won't Live Like This
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8. Burgundy Wine
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9. She's Rock & Roll
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10. Never Give Up
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11. Dysfunctional Family Bingo
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12. Follow Through With What You Say
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13. People Holding Hands
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14. Thumbelina
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15. Sweet Rain, (in Honor of Greenpeace)
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Album Notes
WELCOME HOME is a tribute to Kerrville as well as to San Clemente, CA, Danzig's new home. The CD features melodic love ballads, driving acoustic rock tunes and soulful songs about heartbreak, rock & roll and unrequited love, and social conscious raising tracks about preserving Native Peoples culture and protecting the environment. Of course, the CD includes Kevin's trademark tongue-in-cheek character studies.


Drive into the Kerrville Folk Festival in Texas, and you'll see the hospitable banner announcing "Welcome Home."
It portrays Kerrville's down-home folksy attitude, and festival promoters sincerely hope that they'll see you again. Kerrville has certainly been a second home of sorts to traveling troubadour Kevin Danzig, a four-time New Folk Finalist who finally got his chance to play the mainstage, where this live recvording occurred. While that was a crowning moment of a quarter-century carreer, more important when the rubber met the road, Danzig delivered a performance worthy of it's billing. Overall, it's a highly personal, soul-revealing set in which the tender tenor discloses deep feelings on many of life's realities, including break-ups and, better yet, unconditional love ("As Long As I Know That You Love Me") that are beautifully expressed. Additionally, Danzig seems like someone who's also in touch with the feelings of others, as evidenced on "My Best Friend Has A Sweetheart", on which he acknowledges a buddy constantly left out when cupid's arrow strikes. But, don't think of this as solely Danzig, the sensitive new-age folkie. Songs like "Never Give Up", and "Dysfunctional Family Bingo" are quite motivating in their themes of perseverance.
---Dan Willging/Dirty Linen Magazine


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