Daniel Ward | After the Storm

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After the Storm

by Daniel Ward

Flamenco driven World Guitar Music with decidedly mature craftsmanship. Features layers of acoustic and electric timbres with ethnic hand percussion-Great songs in the world music genre with a jazz edge from former member of Ottmar Liebert\'s Luna Negra.
Genre: World: Flamenco
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1. Awakening
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2. Chance Would Have It
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3. After The Storm
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4. Istanbul
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5. Rio Tango
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6. Guaje Pines
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7. New Samba
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8. Humo Negro
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9. Reverence
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Daniel Ward has been an active part of the music industry for over 20 years. His performance experience with dancers includes national tours with Pablo Rodarte and Eva Encinias, work with Maria Benitez, and most recently, the powerful stage productions "Cabaret Ole" and Fuego Flamenco.

Daniel has also been performing jazz and all types of pop music since 1985. His experience includes the Telluride jazz celebration (with world beat group "Caribe"), national and international corporate entertainment with "The Pink Flamingos", extensive work with local groups and the New Mexico Jazz Workshop, and toured as a member of Ottmar Liebert's group "Luna Negra" between 1997 and 2000.

Daniel is as comfortable being a soloist as he is playing within a group, and has wide recording experience as well. His guitar work can be heard on many soundtracks, commercials and CDs, including Robbie Robertson's TNT special and CD. Television appearances include a special for the BRAVO! channel with Ottmar Liebert, Sessions on west 54th ST in New York, and the San Remo Music Festival in Italy.

When he is not traveling, Daniel spends time performing and recording with local artists, writing music for PBS television in NM, and is currently offering his new CD "After the Storm".
He also played with the Santa Fe Opera orchestra in the 2005 season as the flamenco guitarist for Osvaldo Golijov's Opera "Ainadamar".

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James Blake

Fantastic.....a joy to listen to day after day....
I listen to Dan's music more than any other CD that I own. Why? Just take a listen for yourself -- you'll understand why. I emailed all of my contacts about this CD and all of them love it as much as I do. FANTASTIC music. I can hardly wait for the next release.
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Lagniappe

Predictable with a dash of exsperimental just begins to sum it up.
Predictable with a dash of exsperimental just sums it up,is a understatement at bests. People love predictable but they also like to get a little air blown up there skirt. There is a certain air of on the edge of your seat horror movie watching. This Cd really makes you onder and wonder is good in my book.
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Kyle

A great listen!
Very nice, Thank you Daniel
Great performance last night too!
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Cody eilar

A masterpiece from the heart of New Mexico.
"After the Storm" is a perfect example of flamenco musicians at their best. Every instrument on this cd has a laconic purpose that creates a smooth and unique flow with no signs of sloppiness . Whether you are an astute flamenco listener or a lover of jazz and classical, you will find "After the Storm" a powerful work of art that clearly illustrates musical talent and something that is easy to jam to anywhere.
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