Brian MacMillan | Let The Darkness Go

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Let The Darkness Go

by Brian MacMillan

warm acoustic based folk with more than a dash of soul..beautiful melodies with striking lyrics, fashioned by the hands of a vintage man.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Show Me
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2. Signs
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3. Let the Darkness Go
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4. Brown Shoes
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5. Waking Up With You
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6. Mary
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7. In the Middle Of the Night
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8. Until We Fly Away
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9. Another Day
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Brian’s music is rooted in the folk, pop and soul traditions of his heroes. He often draws comparisons to artists such as James Taylor, Cat Stevens, Bruce Cockburn and Stevie Wonder.

In January 2006 Brian will release his second cd of original material entitled “Let The Darkness Go”.

Approaching the stage like an old friend; excited, warm and ready to engage, Brian’s command of his guitar allows him to create a complete sound as a solo performer or as the focus in a duo or trio.

The Ontario Council of Folk Festivals recognized his songwriting in 2005 by awarding him the Colleen Peterson Award.

Brian has performed at such festivals as Home County, Mariposa, Shelter Valley, Winterfolk ,Toronto City Roots, NXNE, SXSW and Boston’s NEMO festival.

Outside of his solo career, Brian can be seen performing regularly with many local greats such as Lori Cullen and Kevin Hearn (Barenaked Ladies). He can also be heard on recordings by The Wailin’ Jennys, Lori Cullen, Kevin Hearn
and Harmony Trowbridge.


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Katie

wow
Simply fantastical...I played it three times in a row. Let the Darkness Go is my favourite song right now, it just feels so good. Wow.

Leathan Milne


Absolutely great! I just got my copy, popped on the old Victrola and was blown away. It made me very happy. Well done Brian!

Brenda Lacasse

Let the darkness go
My daughter sent me a link to your site she adores you and when I heard you I had to buy the CD. Its just like someone said already try and get this out of your CD player, mins hasnt left my player since I recieved it last week.LOVE IT

Matthew Dempsey

This album has blown me away!
I picked up this CD after hearing Brian play live in Toronto and since then it has not left my CD player. This is a classic album - music made the way it "used" to. The songs, arrangements, lyrics, melodies, especially the guitar. All of it a perfect package - music that will last for years to come.

Chandler

Wonderful melodies, awesome voice.
This CD is fantastic. I played it all week long as I couldn't get enough of the wonderful melodies. Brian's voice reminds me of James Taylor and he has that same easy going attitude to his delivery.

Eva van Loon

Yay! Good singable music!
I tried without success to get this CD for several months in music stores, after hearing the title track on CBC (before these wonderful folks at cdbaby sent it in flash time. Wonderful service!). That song was seriously stuck in my head; it just seemed so happy and...useful.

I like the title track best. The entire CD is lively, upbeat, and singable. Keep it comin', Brian.

Todd Porter

A Great Album
This is a great album all the way through, each track tells a great story in unique and clever ways.

Maryannexed

Beautiful and uplifting
A terrific CD full of joy! Try and get it out of your disc player