John Danley | Cemeteries, Missed Trains & Blue Skies

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Cemeteries, Missed Trains & Blue Skies

by John Danley

Instrumental, fingerstyle, acoustic guitar compositions.
Genre: Folk: Fingerstyle
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1. Jesco Goes To Nashville
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2. The Roger Waters Trolley (Live)
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3. Hickory
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4. Bluebird
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5. Atlas Bone
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6. Deconstructing Gregory Barsamian
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7. That Crazy Wendy
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8. Cranio-Cervical Subluxation
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9. Whispering Blue
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10. Satori (Live)
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11. Snapdragon
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12. Modest Needs
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13. Lori Anne
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14. Missed Trains
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15. Osteotomy
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16. Ballad Of Marcia Trimble (1966-1975)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
*Nominated for JPFOLKS guitar album award.

April is the cruelest month, breeding
Lilacs out of the dead land, mixing
Memory and desire, strirring
Dull roots with spring rain.
Winter kept us warm, covering
Earth in forgetful snow, feeding
A little life with dried tubers. --T.S. Eliot

"Cemeteries, Missed Trains & Blue Skies" represents John Danley's 4th release on his own, Nashville based, A Priori label. This recording introduces an eclectic collection of instrumental, acoustic, guitar music with a focus on original composition and fingerstyle technique. The new disc also showcases John's paintbrush guitar methodology on two separate live tracks (The Roger Waters Trolley & Satori) combined with bluegrass, jazz, new age, experimental and Americana styings. As a conceptual project, the gamut runs from the sublime to the avant-garde while incorporating familiar elements of popular genres.

There are several ballads on this recording, including "The Ballad of Marcia Trimble" (centered around one of Nashville's most notorious, unsolved, murder mysteries).

John was presented a critic's choice award in The Nashville Scene, 2002... "Best guitar hero".

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Ron Blackmore

acoustic madness...
Runs the gamut.
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Jeremy Hughs


This IS the definitive John Danley album!
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Robert Lukasik

Enduring style
John has the incredible gift of transfering emotion and feeling into his music through his guitar. I listen to his music while running and the miles melt away.
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Lee Coleman


I saw John In D.C. and bought this recording. It has a wide variety of what he does live.
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