David Wiseman - Da6d | Live at the Hideaway

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Live at the Hideaway

by David Wiseman - Da6d

It's blue, folk, and ballads; truths and lies with a dog, a couch, and a washing machine on the front porch kind of sound.
Genre: Folk: Singer/Songwriter
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Farmer's Stand (Live)
3:25 $0.99
2. Chronos Drives the Train (Live)
3:49 $0.99
3. Sam Stone Day (Live)
4:03 $0.99
4. Missouri River Runner (Live)
2:55 $0.99
5. I Ain't Stayin' (Live)
3:46 $0.99
6. Sit Down Mrs Brown (Live)
3:16 $0.99
7. Unhappy New Year (Live)
3:19 $0.99
8. Water in Missoula (Live)
4:12 $0.99
9. The Roses Never Lied (Live)
3:01 $0.99
10. Dirty Road (Live)
3:25 $0.99
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Album Notes
David Wiseman is a solo singer/songwriter from the southern Appalachian Mountains of Western NC, creating “Blues, Folk, and Ballads; Truths and Lies.” It’s music with a dog, a couch, and a washing machine on the front porch kind of sound. David's songs are topical and timeless, songs that will touch a nerve, sound an alarm, start a revolution; make you laugh, cry, think and even sing along; songs that can feel like a punch in the stomach or like a long warm hug.

David has been called a troubadour, balladeer, and “throwback in all the best ways.” His songs tell stories that are often left untold. David's acoustic guitar, harmonica, porch board, and unmistakable gruff vocal style reflect the souls of the songs he writes.

This "Live" CD include four song previously recorded on David's 2016 release "Panes," and six previously unreleased songs.



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Big Fan Of David’s Music
I love David Wiseman ‘s music. He has a unique style and a creative way of delivering his messages that I absolutely adore. We hosted him at our home for a house concert and it was one of the best events of the year for us. I highly encourage you to check out his music and share it with your friends. I promise it will be worth your time and money

Ron Greene

Ballads for Today
David Wiseman has been one of my favorite songwriters for several years now. (I have his previous CD as well as his EP.), so a live album of his is very welcome. One thing i especially like his clever use of cultural allusions in many of his songs. Such allusions reinforce meaning without becoming cliche. Whether he is writing about important social issues (as in "Sam Stone Day" or "Sit Down, Mrs. Brown") or wanderlust (as in "Missouri River Runner" or "Water in Missoula") all on this album his approach is fresh and interesting, both lyrically and musically.
Locally, David has a reputation for killing off people in his songs "The Farmer's Stand" and "Unhappy New Year" being examples on Live at The Hideaway. Not so apparent is a great sense of humor, which comes out occasionally in his songs. "Dirty Road" has a good example of this "I didn't mind cause I got a better ride from his daughter behind the wheel."
His voice fits the songs very well, and his playing both of guitar and harmonica is excellent and interesting. This album was recorded live, so there are some minor glitches in the performance (e.g., an occasional forgotten word), but they don't detract. Rather, it just adds to the feeling of being there and that's a good thing. Live at the Hideaway highly recommended!