David Hopkins | Scared Rabbit EP

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Scared Rabbit EP

by David Hopkins

For fans of Jeff Buckley, Nick Drake, Damien Rice, this is FOR YOU.
Genre: Pop: British Pop
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1. Scared Rabbit
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2. Ginger Hair
4:27 $0.99
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3. Paranoia Song
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4. Dead Pigeon Shuffle
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5. Tripoli
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6. End of the Year
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7. If it Starts Getting Dark
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Here's the latest David Hopkins contribution to the world of Music, Scared Rabbit. David Hopkins is quite simply one of the best Singer Songwriters on the planet. A must buy.

David Hopkins is from Dublin Ireland, now living in San Francisco.

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Dean Meldau-South Africa


UNBELIEVABLY BRILLIANT!!!!!
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Matt Cope

Great yet Again
brilliant if the previews are anything to judge by, can't wait to get my cd in the mail. nice job David!!!
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dang

How light the night
We were waiting for One Dark Morning, and time just passed and passed until David stepped sideways and released Scared Rabbit. We hadn't really heard these songs demoed and we'd scarcely heard them live, but David said that it was the best of what he'd been working on in the studio and so out they came.

For folks who have been listening to David's music over the years, this album is at once familiar and refreshing. The same strong melodies, extended phrases, the penchant for multiples of three, the often bittersweet sum product of word and music: these are all there. But there is an immediacy to this EP that is both fresh and a clear progression from past recordings. The production is crisp ( even when lush ), and the songs cover a broad sweep of the pop music cannon. We've seen David visit a lot of these sounds in his other work and his mastery shows. Much of the album feels as if the differing musical grain of _Over There Jean Pierre_ and _Here comes a Bright Light_ have been reconciled at some level. The real treat for me, though, is _End of the Year_. I don't think that I've ever heard David play raw and loose, like Ronnie Lane and Small Faces, rythmically on but so very, very loose.

We're still waiting for _One Dark Morning_, but with Scared Rabbit rolling over and over in my head, how light the night.
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dang

How light the night
We were waiting for One Dark Morning, and time just passed and passed until David stepped sideways and released Scared Rabbit. We hadn't really heard these songs demoed and we'd scarcely heard them live, but David said that it was the best of what he'd been working on in the studio and so out they came.

For folks who have been listening to David's music over the years, this album is at once familiar and refreshing. The same strong melodies, extended phrases, the penchant for multiples of three, the often bittersweet sum product of word and music: these are all there. But there is an immediacy to this EP that is both fresh and a clear progression from past recordings. The production is crisp ( even when lush ), and the songs cover a broad sweep of the pop music cannon. We've seen David visit a lot of these sounds in his other work and his mastery shows. Much of the album feels as if the differing musical grain of _Over There Jean Pierre_ and _Here comes a Bright Light_ have been reconciled at some level. The real treat for me, though, is _End of the Year_. I don't think that I've ever heard David play raw and loose, like Ronnie Lane and Small Faces, rythmically on but so very, very loose.

We're still waiting for _One Dark Morning_, but with Scared Rabbit rolling over and over in my head, how light the night.
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A dubhuaite

Absolutely beautiful sound, just got mine in the post.
This is really a beautiful ep, I have listened and listened since i received it, and am totally blown away by the beautiful and thought provoking lyrics and arragements. Well done David, your music is inspirational.
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Sian Farthing

Excellent, better than the last!
This is a fantastic EP, am only sorry it isn't longer! A real mix of music and some gorgeous lyrics you can just lose yourself in. Buy it, you won't be disappointed!
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Kerstin

Amazing!
Beautiful! This one's even better than "the bright light". MUST BUY!
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