Dan Walsh | Tomorrow's Still To Come

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Tomorrow's Still To Come

by Dan Walsh

A mix of bluegrass, Celtic, Eastern European and Arabic folk meets funk, blues and rock.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Hammer and Nail
4:59 album only
2. Lease of Life
6:23 album only
3. Mwashah/Egypt Cottage
5:32 album only
4. Every Day Is a Better Day
3:47 album only
5. Don't Go Crouchy
3:36 album only
6. Drive the Cold Winter Away
6:29 album only
7. Deep Down
3:34 album only
8. Pointless Greedy Figures
5:53 album only
9. Joxer's Tune/Boxing Day/Vortex
8:53 album only
10. Northumberland and Back
6:42 album only
11. Who Do I Want To Be?
5:14 album only
12. Last Chance To Believe the Truth
3:06 album only
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Album Notes
'Amazing debut album from the new kid on the block' - Maverick Country
'One of the most interesting and remarkable recordings to come my way' - Banjo Newsletter

Dan Walsh has been touted as 'the UK's finest clawhammer banjoist' (Bath Banjo Festival) and 'just about as rock'n'roll as you get with a banjo' (Leon Hunt). This is his first solo album featuring a multitude of styles from the banjo-led funk of 'Hammer and Nail' and 'Deep Down', to the Arabic sounding banjo-harp duet 'Mwashah/Egypt Cottage' to the bluegrass of 'Every Day Is A Better Day', even delving into Northumbrian folk on 'Northumberland and Back'. Assisted by an excellent supporting cast of fine players on harmonica, bass, drums, harp, flute, piano and pipes, this is an eclectic and entertaining debut showcasing an extremely fine and creative banjoist.



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Becky Watts

Saw this dude last week in Birmingham - 1 of the most amazing gigs ever. Jumping around the stage like a madman knocking the hell out of his banjo. So nice to see you a young guy playing this music with guts and really performing it instead of just standing there. I bought this CD and it's almost as amazing as watching him live. A big sound, great playing and singing and brilliant songs and tunes. Buy it buy it buy it and go and see him!

Brad Jones

God bless Youtube!
I discovered this guy on youtube when searching for Bela Fleck - I have a new favourite banjo player! Got to see him the weekend just gone in Bristol in a duo with the harmonica player on this album. Absolutely astounding! I bought this and haven't stopped listening to it since. Incredible playing, first-rate musicianship, terrific voice, great writing. It's different, it's new, it's eclectic - highly recommended.

David Johnson

This man has made me love banjo!
I'm from Broadstairs in South East England and recently went for a morning coffee with some friends. When I saw a banjo player sitting there I thought I might leave it! But that banjo player was this man Dan Walsh who was perfoming as part of Broadstairs Folk Week. And he was quite simply astonishing. For an hour he gave us an amazing mix of songs and tunes from all manner of backgrounds and I can honestly say it was my first proper introduction to banjo and I was totally blown away. His ending particularly was truly unreal - I've never seen fingers move so fast in my life! He sold a hatful of CD's and I'll bet not one person regrets buying it. It's a gem from start to finish - some wonderful lively stuff like the funky 'Hammer and Nail' and 'Deep Down', the banjo rock (trust me it works!) of 'Pointless Greedy Figures' and 'Drive The Cold Winter Away, the bluegrass of 'Every Day Is A Better Day', the extraordinary Northumbrian epic 'Northumberland and Back' although my personal favourite is the last track 'Last Chance To Believe The Truth' which is a profoundly moving song about personal difficulties which is a surprise ending but very poignant indeed. I must add as well when I saw Dan, he was the nicest guy as well and deserves every success that will doubtless come his way. This is an amazing album, a rollercoaster of styles that somehow works as a whole. There's some wonderful guests on here as well on all manner of instruments (the harmonica is really good) but Dan shines through as an incredible talent - and he's only 22 I seem to remember. I almost want to hate him he's so talented! Enjoy!