DAN THE BANJO MAN – Dan The Banjo Man

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Dan The Banjo Man

CD TRACKLISTING

1. Dan The Banjo Man
2. Bring It On Home
3. Collection
4. I Got You Dan (I Got You Babe)
5. Flying Trapeze
6. Black Magic
7. Will You Love Me Tomorrow
8. Londonderry
9. The Locomotion
10. If You Are Gonna Break Another Heart
11. Oh Susannah
BONUS TRACKS
12. Hard Drive
13. The Old Chap
14. Django
15. Candles
16. Over The Sea
17. Dan
18. Is There Anyone There
19. Dan The Banjo Man (2005 Mix)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DAN THE BANJO MAN. A project that didn’t do what it said on the tin. No banjos and no man named Dan, but instead a multi instrumentalist called PHIL CORDELL who in 1971 had achieved great commercial success under another misleading pseudonym of SPRINGWATER.

By early 1974, Cordell had started to generate a new sound that moved away from the successful Springwater blueprint. He released “Dan The Banjo Man” to great commercial success in mainland Germany. A single “Dan The Banjo Man” had the distinction of reaching Number 1 in the German charts twice!
Phil Cordell said “It was used originally for an orange juice advert on German Television and that was what kicked it off”. The album quickly followed and was successful all over mainland Europe.

Released for the first time ever on CD

MUSICIANS
PHIL CORDELL, PAUL KENDRICK, GRAHAM PUTLAND

Reviews

..there are sparks to be found

www.maelstrom.nu (August 2005)


..hugely entertaining and highly melodic curio

Classic Rock Society (September 2005)


The Banjo Man juggles styles and moods like an acrobat, refashioning golden oldies with such creativity that one can't help but stand back in amazement, and the originals are just as mouth-watering...A welcome return for a spectacular album that hasn't dated in the least, growing only more magnificent with age.

Jo-Ann Greene, Goldmine (November 11, 2005)


...the whole of the album is all about fuzzed distorted guitars...and it is actually quite listenable...Very Seventies, in fact very very Seventies...

Feedback (November 2005)


 

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