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David Griffith | Saucepanbach

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Pop: Folky Pop Blues: Folk-Blues Moods: Type: Lyrical
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Saucepanbach

by David Griffith

Cat Stevens, Leonard Cohen or even Blind Melon Chitlin ..... perhaps a similarity
Genre: Pop: Folky Pop
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1. Walk This Way
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2. What Do You Want
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3. Let\'s Get It Right
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4. Been Away So Long
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5. Beyond the Bliss
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6. Do I Love You
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7. A Blues for All That
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8. It\'s Fine
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9. The Festival
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10. This Trust
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11. So Happy Birthday
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12. White Men Have No Dreaming
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Both lyrical and melodic, David Griffith's songs reveal a deeply serious mind with an odd sense of humour.
You’ll find him on the web at saucepanbach.com.
The Imperial, the Family and now the Gearin hotel are mainly where he plays within the Blue Mountains…. Australia

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Jon

Classic Guitar Pop
This is a really good record, purloined after hearing a couple of tracks on David Griffith's Saucepan Bach MySpace page. Basically it's a pop record, but with far more in common with the classic guitar pop styles of Nick Lowe or Neil Finn than the current crop of chart poseurs. Right now, I can't get enough of the pub rock friendly "Walk This Way", the mellower "What Do You Want" and the feel good "So Happy Birthday". Clever and catchy throughout.
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