Ned Doheny | The Darkness Beyond the Fire

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The Darkness Beyond the Fire

by Ned Doheny

Sophisticated song writing, wicked grooves and inspired guitar work - poignant, conversational and authentic.
Genre: Pop: California Pop
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1. Between Two Worlds
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2. Perish the Thought
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3. Too Late For Love
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5:14 $0.99
4. Ghostdancer
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4:23 $0.99
5. The Secret Society of Women
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6. Love In the Rear View Mirror
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7. Trail's End
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3:02 $0.99
8. Life After Romance
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5:05 $0.99
9. In A Perfect World
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10. I Will Let You Go
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Album Notes
A while back I decided to let go of the last of the songs I had been holding on to. Even though most of them had been recorded before, I felt that they had missed the mark in some way. After I stopped making excuses, I hid myself away in my studio and learned the intricacies of sequencing. I began experimenting with tone and rhythm. Loops were blended with live drums and percussion. Tracks were played and replayed. Guitar parts were fussed over endlessly. Eventually there was nothing left to do and all that remained was: “The Darkness Beyond The Fire”.


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Jim Hunter

A Wonderful Record by a Truly Unappreciated Artist
I will keep it short. I've been a Ned Doheny fan since his original Asylum release in 1972. He is a wonderful artist/songwriter of great skill and range, who melds jazz, R&B, acoustic music, etc. This is his best work, despite the fact that many of the songs had been recorded before. He gets them right here. Think Steely Dan, Boz Scaggs, Marc Jordan, and yet an original voice, a seamless blend of influences, a pile of great songs, expertly played and sung. Wonderful. Buy it.