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Thirsty

by Dan Miraldi

"Thirsty" is the solo debut of Cleveland-based rock and roller Dan Miraldi. The record grooves between high-energy rock tracks and Beatlesque ballads.
Genre: Rock: Rock & Roll
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1. Sex Symbol
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2. Premonition
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3. More and More
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4. More Than Yesterday
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5. Laura McHugh
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6. Always On My Mind
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7. That Guy/Summer Romance
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8. Little Voices
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9. Cherish
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10. Thirsty
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11. Out of Eden
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12. Troubles Fade Away
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13. A Keeper
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Dan Miraldi can sing – really sing (and not in that “let’s-fix-it-with-auto-tune” way). If you enjoy The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Format, Bob Dylan, Van Morrison, The White Stripes, Green Day or Elvis, you are sure to find something enjoyable here. Cleveland-based musician, Dan Miraldi welds together a wide range of influences to make his debut album “Thirsty” an invigorating musical experience. He transitions gracefully between high-energy rockers and sweet acoustic ballads. However, the focal point of the album is Miraldi’s voice and lyrics. He can howl. He can sing sweetly and he can go everywhere in-between. Other album highlights include the charm of Sarah Luffred’s drumming and guest appearances by D.C.-rocker Jay Nemeyer and former Pure Prairie League guitarist Tim Goshorn. The album was co-produced by Miraldi with musician David Rankin before being mixed in Atlanta by executive producer Jim McKell. All these musical forces combine to make Dan Miraldi’s “Thirsty” rock.

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CoolCleveland.com/Dan Miraldi... "a recent college grad who has been a part of the Cleveland music scene since high school. Watch out for this guy, this CD is really good, at times he sounds like a 70’s folk rocker, other times like a young Elvis Costello." Greg Cielec

Buzz Bin Magazine: "It’s hard for any contemporary band to operate outside the influence of the Sixties, one of the most musically revolutionary periods of the century—and Dan Miraldi, a Northeast Ohio native who recently released Thirsty, his debut album, is no exception. ... the idealism of the decade also styles the way Miraldi positions himself as a singer and, ultimately, how his music affects those who’re listening...“I try to make my music joyful,” says Miraldi. Maybe it won’t solve any traffic jams, but the album does make you feel good. ... it is still joy that pervades regardless of the song Miraldi’s singing—joy of music, and of the possibilities it presents. The diverse range of genres and artists he emulates is proof in itself. It’s Dan’s enthusiasm, perhaps, that’s the most appealing element of Thirsty—the joy that makes you want to find out what thrills him so genuinely. Thirsty is available on Amazon, iTunes, and CD Baby." – Molly Lehman, Buzz Bin Magazine

The Wooster Voice: "Dan Miraldi’s “Thirsty” gives rock a fresh, high-energy sound" "His new album, “Thirsty,” is available for download on iTunes, and it’s more than worth the ten bucks. “Fun” is probably the best word to describe the album — it made me want to sing along and maybe dance a little. Overall, I’d call it a pretty solid debut, and I hope there is more to come from this up-and-coming Wooster star." – Nathan Comstock, The Wooster Voice Staff

Black Squirrel Radio:"Dan Miraldi's music encompasses a sound we've been searching for for some time now...a sound that's uniquely his own and has been missing from modern music recently. With light melodies and passionate lyrics, Dan Miraldi never ceases to leave the listener satisfied. A must-listen for sure." - Gabz Ciofani, General Manager of Black Squirrel Radio.

Cleveland Scene Magazine: "'I'm just a pretty face you drag all over the place,' sneers singer-guitarist Dan Miraldi on "Sex Symbol," the opening track on his new album. It's a start to an appealing record, as Miraldi alternately channels the Stooges on the ghoulish "Premonition" and Buddy Holly on the retro-sounding "More and More."... the guy is a sharp enough singer and frontman to make even the simple stuff work well." - Jeff Niesel, Music Editor

The Plain Dealer Solo Buzz: ...singer-songwriter Dan Miraldi has high hopes for a multifaceted solo career. "My debut full-length album, 'Thirsty,' came out in November," said Miraldi, a 2009 Wooster College graduate. "With my music, you can hear a lot of influences such as the British Invasion, Van Morrison and some punk-type songs. Lately I've been playing acoustic shows, and I'm also in the process of rehearsing an electric band". Miraldi is excited about his upcoming opening gig for '80s pop act Wang Chung at the Winchester Tavern & Music Hall. John Benson, Cleveland.com Local Beat
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