Dale Morgan | Feel Like Life

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Feel Like Life

by Dale Morgan

Folky pop/rock with extra sweet acoustic and electric guitar. Timeless sounding tunes. Uncommonly tasty lyrics. Secret Weapon: vocalist on " I Feel Like Life Today."
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. I Feel Like Life Today
4:46 $0.99
2. The Honest Earth
4:02 $0.99
3. Rock Me Better
3:13 $0.99
4. Mr. Blues
3:30 $0.99
5. I'm Falling In Love (and I'm Taking You With Me)
3:57 $0.99
6. You Are My Weakness
2:27 $0.99
7. How Long Must I Walk Alone?
3:46 $0.99
8. This Ground
2:55 $0.99
9. Sailin' On
3:00 $0.99
10. Before I Get Cold (and Stay That Way)
3:31 $0.99
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Album Notes
Guitarist and songwriter, Dale Morgan, has spent most of his life in the extreme northern part of California. By the age of 16, he was smitten by music when he acquired an old Harmony guitar and soon was pulverizing the "E" "A" and "D" chords in local rock bands. Never too far from a guitar and song ever since, he has taught guitar professionally, performing in many formats: from solo, to dance bands, to full-on "Rolling Thunder Revue" type folksy aggregations. Steadfastly studying the inner workings of guitar and song elements, he has arrived at a place of rare finesse on the guitar, as well as an uncommon individuality as a songsmith. Some call it "dedication;" he calls it "blind molecular tenacity."



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Alex O'Brien

Soulful. Relevant. Amazing. Music for Lovers!
Dale Morgan has served up an honest, innovative collection of tunes that will soon monopolize your hi-fi. Borrowing the sweetest elements from innumerable "genres", the well-seasoned musician has created a delicious goulash of pure sonic bliss. Lyrically, FEEL LIKE LIFE speaks to us about the pursuit of beauty in the modern world and of the pursuit of love in the modern woman. Extremely accessible, discreetly sublime; this is my favorite record of 2008, thus far.


Sly, quirky and fun
Say what? This offbeat debut by Dale Morgan left me with furrowed eyebrows and a smile on my face. Stylistically, it’s all over the place, from the reggae-ish opening of "I Feel Like Life Today" to the bluesy "Mr. Blues" to the folkish ballad "Sailin’ On." But it’s all toe-tapping fun, with catchy tunes that will stick with ya. ("Feel Like Life" has been a tape loop in my brain for three days.) "I’m Falling in Love (and I’m Taking You with Me)" is the quirkiest of the lot, and the only song I know with Stephen Hawking in the lyrics. A perfect vehicle for Diana Krall in a petulant mood. And you’d think by now somebody else would have written a global warming song announcing that “the climes they are a’ changin’”, but "Honest Earth" may the first. Morgan’s acoustic guitar is agile and tasty throughout, plus he gets able support from his son Izzy on vocals (Feel Like Life) and Ken Johnston on lead and slide guitars. Okay, a couple fillers here, but overall a disc well worth the wait. And Morgan’s ardent fans on the extreme North Coast of California have been waiting for a loooong time.

Judy Mitchell

Upbeat, fun CD
I LOVE this CD. It makes me cheerful and want to dance. My favorites are Feel Like Life, This Ground (love that Spaghetti western sound, and opening lines "The rich man's shadow is the poor man's shade") and my very favorite, When I Get Cold ... And Stay That Way: "Woke up this morning wild and free, I forgot who I was supposed to be. ... best thing that's ever happened to me." I try and do that every day now.

I like that the lyrics are in the insert, and the little thumbnail photos and the vignettes about each song are fun. Nice work overall. Judy Mitchell, Bakersfield, CA


Definitely worth a listen...
Awesome guitar, clever lyrics. This music conveys an upbeat feeling. I like it. It's my current favorite.