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Radio Days

by Ian Lang

Acoustic country folk.........its kinda Joe Purdy with tunes
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. The Fields of Innocence
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2. Radio Days
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3. Tight Lines
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4. Is That All There Is
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5. Prospects
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6. The Moon and the River
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7. The Black Hill
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8. Dogtown
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9. Little England
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10. Green Fingers
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11. All Fools Day
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Ian Lang's collection of eleven self-penned numbers is delivered in his distinctively laid back style. On the title track his vocal is complemented beautifully by Helen Carr's backing and it is with this second track that the album really comes to life.

Tight Lines features some magical finger picking from Lang, which is joined by his hypnotic vocals and some of the best lyrics he has ever written. There's a distinct country feel to Prospects , on which Chris Cartlidge plays muted fiddle and we hear banjo and Helen Carr's beautiful voice (again) on The Moon And The River - perhaps the best song here. An excellent album that Mr. Lang should be very proud of."
- Micheal Kennedy - TAPLAS magazine
The second solo album from Ian Lang !

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Nancy K Dillon

Every song is a gem like a snow-globe shaken gently holding its own story inside
When I first got Ian Lang's "Radio Days" CD, I was a bit nervous that I might enjoy it less than the fantastic "Blood on a Pale Moon". No worries whatsoever on that score! I was blown away from the first song. All of the playing is top-notch first-rate... the recording quality is spacious & open creating wonderful unique atmospheres... each song is a gem in its own right like a snow-globe shaken gently holding its own story inside... but most ear-catching of all is Lang's voice which is captivating & rough-hewn covering broad emotional territory ranging from intelligent strength & insight to gentle warmth. You will not be disappointed in this cd...
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Micheal Kennedy (Taplas Magazine)

Radio Days
Ian Lang’s collection of eleven self-penned numbers is delivered in his distinctive laid back style. On the title track, his vocal is complimented beautifully by Helen Carr’s backing and it’s with this second track that the album comes to life.
Tight Lines features some magical finger picking from Lang which is joined by his hypnotic vocal and some of the best lyrics he has ever written. There’s a distinctive country feel to Prospects on which Chris Cartlidge plays muted and understated fiddle, and we hear banjo and Helen Carr’s beautiful voice (again) on The Moon and The River…..perhaps the best song here.
An excellent album that Mr. Lang should be very proud of.
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Martyn Deakyn

Fantastic Album
It has been 10 years since this was released and I think it is a brilliant Folk album, I have known Ian for about 2 years and I think he is a great Folk player
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