Dave McGuirk | Thoughts Drift Back to You

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Thoughts Drift Back to You

by Dave McGuirk

Genre: New Age: Neo-Classical
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1. Bridgets' Dance
2:33 album only
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2. And While I Wait
3:31 album only
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3. With Tiny Steps
2:49 album only
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4. Thoughts Drift Back to You
4:40 album only
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5. I Just Saw Your Picture
3:33 album only
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6. The First Embrace
4:00 album only
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7. A Smile Remembered
4:20 album only
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8. Rue Sainte Cathrine
3:13 album only
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9. A Rose For Eva
5:29 album only
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Thoughts Drift Back To You Dave McGuirk

"Sensitive....Lovely and romantic" "Creative and reflective" " No words, speechless !

" .... It's an album that you'll want to "explore" as opposed to simply listen to, and sometimes exploring means we have to look in the nooks and crannies, upside down and underneath, to find all of the gems. And the gems in this album are definitely worth finding."


"Dave McGuirk is a versatile pianist, and has performed as a soloist, accompanist, church musician and keyboardist for various bands over the last 35 years. He also has a very successful piano studio. "Thoughts Drift Back To You" is his debut solo piano album.

On The whole, the album has a feel that is very distant. The songs feel as thought they're being played in a far off land, in another time, certainly not "here with you" as you listen. There is a very clear romantic period influence in the structure of many of the songs, which would explain some of the musical distance that one experiences while listening. When combined with the contemporary progressions that also run throughout this work we get something that sounds quite neo-classical, with an old world rustic flare.

Songs like "Brigets' Dance," "The First Embrace" and "Thoughts Drift Back To You" contain an almost seafaring theme that runs throughout the pieces, bringing to mind adventures and romances from times past. Uplifting and exciting, these pieces build tension and bring it back down again, offering an ebb and flow that keeps you enchanted, and on the edge of your seat."




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