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David Keenan

What Then?

    "WHAT THEN?" is the second album from Irish singer-storyteller David Keenan. The follow-up to his critically acclaimed 2019 debut "A Beginner's Guide To Bravery", which charted at Number One on the official Irish independent album charts, and Top 10 on the national album charts. It was also one of the best selling vinyl album releases by an Irish artist of 2019. At the end of 2019, David Keenan premiered his concert film 'Alchemy & Prose' at the London Doc'N'Roll film festival.

    "WHAT THEN?" has been produced by Jonathon Mooney of Portland, OR cinematic-indie rockers Other Lives. Guests on the album include celebrated Scottish author, namesake and soul brother David Keenan, Irish poet Stephen Murphy and Nashville drummer Aaron Steele, best known for his work with Portugal. The Man and Hayley Williams. 

    TRACK LISTING

    1. What Then Cried Jo Soap
    2. Bark
    3. Beggar To Beggar
    4. Philomena
    5. Peter O'Toole's Drinking Stories
    6. Hopeful Dystopia
    7. The Grave Of Johnny Filth (featuring David Keenan)
    8. The Boarding House
    9. Me, Myself And Lunacy
    10. Sentimental Dole (featuring Stephen Murphy)
    11. Grogan's Druid

    David Keenan

    A Beginner's Guide To Bravery

      David Keenan is a twenty-six year old solo artist from the border-town of Dundalk in Ireland. His burgeoning reputation in his native country has been fuelled by a handful of self-released EPs and live shows which border on religious experiences. He counts Hozier, Gary Lightbody, Glenn Hansard and Dermot Kennedy among his growing number of fans. A Beginner's Guide To Bravery is his debut album. Recorded live in the studio, it is an audacious, unfettered introduction to his singular sound world.

      TRACK LISTING

      1. James Dean
      2. Unholy Ghosts
      3. Altar Wine
      4. Love In A Snug
      5. Tin Pan Alley
      6. Good Old Days
      7. The Healing
      8. Origin Of The World
      9. Eastern Nights
      10. Evidence Of Living
      11. Subliminal Dublinia

      Rodrigo Y Gabriela

      11:11

        “11:11” was recorded in Ixtapa, Mexico and produced by Rodrigo y Gabriela, with John Leckie co-producing two of the tracks. The album was mixed in Wales and London by Colin Richardson, best known for his work with Slipknot and Trivium. These are the bands and players whose musical passion, creativity and ubiquity have inspired Rod & Gab in the making of 11:11.

        1 – ‘Hanuman’ – inspired by Carlos Santana
        2 – ‘Buster Voodoo’ – inspired by Jimi Hendrix
        3 – ‘Triveni’ – inspired by Israeli Oud three-piece Le Trio Joubran
        4 – ‘Logos’ – inspired by jazz-rock master Al Di Meola
        5 – ‘Santo Domingo’ – inspired by jazz pianist and composer Michel Camilo
        6 – ‘Master Maqui’ – inspired by Spanish guitar legend Paco De Lucia
        7 – ‘Savitri’ – inspired by John McLaughlin and ZakirHussian’s ground breaking 1970’s world fusion ensemble Shakti
        8 – ‘Hora Zero’ – inspired by Argentine tango composer and bandoneon virtuoso Astor Piazzola
        9 – ‘ChacMool’ – inspired by Jorge Reyes, the Mexican composer who combined traditional Mexican instrumentation with new technology. Reyes died in February 2009.
        10 – ‘Atman’ – inspired by Dimebag Darrell, never to be forgotten lead guitarist in Pantera and Damageplan, who was tragically murdered onstage in 2004.
        11 – ’11:11’ – inspired by Pink Floyd.

        TRACK LISTING

        Disc: 1
        1. Logos
        2. Hanuman
        3. Santo Domingo
        4. Buster Voodoo
        5. Triveni
        6. Master Maqui

        Disc: 2
        1. Savitri
        2. ChacMool
        3. Hora Zero
        4. Atman
        5. 11:11

        Rodrigo Y Gabriela

        Live In Japan

          Live in Japan is the second live album by Mexican guitar duo Rodrigo y Gabriela. It was released on independent label Rubyworks Records on October 17 and October 20  2008 in Ireland and the UK, respectively. The album captures Rodrigo & Gabriela making their live Japanese debut, at Tokyo’s Duo club on March 30, 2008.

          TRACK LISTING

          Disc: 1
          1. Satori
          2. Ok Tokyo
          3. Juan Loco
          4. Ixtapa
          5. Viking Man
          6. Orion
          7. Take Five
          8. Foc

          Disc: 2
          1. Stairway To Heaven
          2. One
          3. Tamacun
          4. Gabriela Solo
          5. Rodrigo Solo
          6. Diablo Rojo


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