Dan Tindall | Inside Outside

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Inside Outside

by Dan Tindall

Acoustic fun that leaves all the other acoustics frying in the sun...
Genre: Folk: Political Folk
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1. How Did It Come To This?
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2. Ballad Of Frosty Blue
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3. Paying The Rent
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2:55 $0.99
4. Darkest Hour
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5. Inside Out
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6. Everything Is Gone
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7. All This Time
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8. Something Good About You
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9. Maybe You Are
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With the fun and intelligent folk of "How Did It Come To This?" and "Something Good About You", the surreal everyday lyricism of "Ballad Of Frosty Blue" and "All This Time", and the off-hand satire of "Paying The Rent" and "Inside Out", this album, simply recorded to capture a full natural acoustic sound, makes no pretense to be anything other than a set of good songs in an uncomplicated setting. Add to this the folkish sensibilities of "Darkest Hour" and "Everything Is Gone", as well as the final bleak pay-off "Maybe You Are", and you have a recording which takes the listener on a well-paced journey through the quirky and twisted little avenues of life.


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Orplid Blues Band

Great voice, great guitar playing !!!
I love that brilliant acoustic guitar sound. Dan plays a fabulous slide guitar and sings with an awesome individual style. This CD is highly recommend to listen .
Erik