David Moynihan | The Echoing Refrain

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The Echoing Refrain

by David Moynihan

Refreshing. A promising debut. Moynihan's songs remind listeners of some of the great singer-songwriters of the '60s and 70s.
Genre: Pop: 60's Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Echoing Refrain
3:31 album only
2. Let It Roll Away
4:28 album only
3. A Part of You
3:59 album only
4. Everybody Learns/Do It Alone
7:33 album only
5. A Place I'd Rather Be
3:38 album only
6. Carry the Weight
1:53 album only
7. Lady Ragtime
1:01 album only


Album Notes
'The Echoing Refrain' is David Moynhan’s first album. A promising debut, the record showcases David’s continuing development as a singer-songwriter and his keen interest in exploring different musical styles which is most clearly heard in the Beatles-influenced pop of “Let It Roll Away” and the Dylanesque folk ballad “Carry The Weight”.



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James O'Sullivan

Lovely collection from a debut artist
I don't know much about music, but I thoroughly enjoyed listening to this. Both from a lyrical and instrumental perspective, The Echoing Refrain does not disappoint. It's evident that all of the tracks have some real thought poured into them - which is refreshing these days - but in particular, songs like "Carry the Weight" were in that timeless style (think Dylan and Guthrie), but at the same time, composed and performed with an originality that sets them apart from the usual imitations. That is so hard to find nowadays. Among the masses of contemporary singer songwriters out there, Moynihan seems different - he's happy to do it his way. Well worth the very reasonable price, particularly if you pay close attention to lyrics, and like that unique clear sound that comes from a one man band.