Ian Tamblyn | Gyre

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by Ian Tamblyn

. Many of my songs deal with landscape . This album deals with interior landscape , heart , living , distance and loss. This album won the Best Singer- Songwriter of the Year Award from the Canadian Folk Music Awards ,2010.
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1. In Wonder
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2. Low Coast Road
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3. After the Storm
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4. Fool's Revelation
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5. Hurricane heart
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6. I am Waiting
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7. You Were There
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8. Raven and Ray Charles
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9. Road to Duntroon
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10. Sun on the Table
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11. Afghanistan
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12. Irene's Goodnight
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Album Notes
The album was recorded at Cottage Studio in Guelph ontario with Scott merritt who co-produced Middle Distance as well as several albums for Fred Eaglesmith. George Koller- acoustic bass and Gary Craig -drums are two of Canada's top musicians and they form the core of this band . The album is generally more groove driven then other recent outings and focuses mainly on the story. No back ups and a full but lean production value. It is not a light album , the subject matter is from the perspective of a person who has been "on the road" a long time.



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Rob Taylor

One of my favourite Tamblyn CDs. Not only are there many songs about nature (a constant theme in his work), but he has also included some touching (and maybe sad) songs that reflect growing older. Ian remains incredibly prolific and creative in his writing - both verses and music. After all these years, I still find his music inspirational.

Rein van den Berg

Ian Tamblyn - Gyre
Ian's musicality stems from a certain bond with its natural surroundings. His music exudes a natural compassion and warmth that I like enormously. Gyre is the thirtieth Ian Tamblyn project, but demonstrates, once heard, why this Canadian is in a class of his own. It is too bad that I have already completed my best of 2009 list, because otherwise Gyre would undoubtedly have been on it. (translated from the Dutch review) - Rein van den Berg, the Netherlands