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Dai & The Ramblers - Duw Duw (2014)

25-02-2014, 14:54
Music | Blues | Folk

Dai & The Ramblers - Duw Duw (2014)

Artist: Dai & The Ramblers
Title Of Album: Duw Duw
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Just Peachy Records
Genre: Folk, Blues
Quality: V0 Kbps
Total Time: 41:47 min
Total Size: 69 MB
WebSite: amazon


01. The Chicken & The Hawk
02. Stones In My Shoes
03. Iko Iko
04. Calico Sue
05. Little Sunflower
06. Way Down In The Hole
07. Speak Of The Devil
08. Sugar Bee
09. Everyday Is A Good Day
10. The Weight
11. What'd I Say

The bright and jazzy cover gives away the fact that the content waiting within on this CD will raise your spirits and gladden your heart. This is an album to raise a smile and brighten the mood. The style is folk / blues but there is so much more with cajun style licks, rockabilly and occasional jazz. The magic here comes from the straight forward no frills recording approach where you can imagine the group huddled around one or two microphones in the traditional way.

Led by Newport born Welshman Dai Price, this four piece outfit sound like they have honed their craft for many years although the reality is that they have been together for only two years honing their trade in pubs and clubs mainly in and around London.

Four of the tracks are written by Price one of which “Stones In My Shoes” is a classy warning about obsessive love. The rest are a mixture of well known and not so well known covers all of which are joyfully performed. The one instrumental is a lovely upbeat number called “Little Sunflower” by Freddie Hubbard from the mid ‘60’s with the more well known covers being the Robbie Robertson classic “The Weight” and Ray Charles’ “What’d I Say” both of which are energetically performed.

And what does the title mean? Apparently "Oh My Goodness" - somehow that makes it all the more likeable. This is a cracking album and well worth the investment – you will think summer has come early.

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