Dave Gibb | Feeling Good...Looking Better

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Feeling Good...Looking Better

by Dave Gibb

An eclectic mix of songs written and performed by a master of his trade.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Privateer
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2. The Dissy
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3. Standing Stones
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4. The Horizontal
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5. The Black Lady
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6. The Jerking Dance
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7. Wings
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8. Better Life Next Time
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9. Stalingrad
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10. Lullaby
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11. The Bureaucrat Song
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12. 45
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13. Cold, Cold Night
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14. The Mercenary Song
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15. Goodbye Song
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This album is Dave's second and is just Dave on vocals and guitar. However his picking style provides all the accompaniment needed and I was never conscious of any of the songs needing any beefing up.

This album is very much about the songs, which are all written by Dave. He is a great guitarist with a very distinctive style which compliments the very high quality of the songs. They tell stories in a very direct way - you can understand what they are about - and they are sung clearly and cleanly. The subjects are as diverse as pirates, reincarnation, laziness and the horrors of Stalingrad. Some of them show a fine sense of humour.

There is a lot in this album to listen to and it is well worth the effort.

Simon Brown - Folk on Tap

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