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The Urban Troubadour

by John O'Connell

Warm sensitive vocals woven with acoustic fingerstyle melodies and layered with mandolin, banjo, harmonica, percussion and bass.
Genre: Folk: Folk Pop
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1. It's Tickin (version 2)
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2. Candy Man
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3. Within My Heart
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4. What A Day I've Had
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5. Poor Miss Jones
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6. The Answers Within
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7. Peter The Postman
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8. One Way Ticket
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9. The Urban Troubadour
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10. Windy Miller
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11. Men Are from Mars
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12. I'm Just Like Him
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13. A Song for Sam
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14. Hop Scotch Juggle
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15. Sometimes
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16. Drop D Blues
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17. This Little Dove
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18. Sandy Bay
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19. Rathbones Two Step
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20. It's Tickin
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21. I Love Winter
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
John was born in 1959 and raised in the Everton area of Liverpool. At the age of 22 he began to play music full time and was one half of the duo Groundpig who played the Liverpool pub circuit and beyond for over 25 years.

John’s musical influences are routed in acoustic, folk and classical guitar. His major influences are Stefan Grossman (ragtime guitar) Bert Jansch, John Renbourn and Martin Carthy, and anything that presents itself in acoustic fingerstyle guitar.

In order for John to continue making a living he had to stray from this path and play what would be considered a more popular style of acoustic music, i.e. Paul Simon, Lindisfarne, James Taylor, Neil Young and Bob Dylan. However, John silently wrote a number of songs which you can find in all their glory on this Album - The urban Troubadour.

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