Living on a Little Blue Dot
3 New Bonus Tracks!
(Andy Latimer Guesting)
11. Rock & Roll Sun
12. My Name's Dave
How tiny we humans are in a massive universe.
Perspective is all very well but even better are sounds resembling a relaxed waterfall of melancholy honey.
He wraps these songs in a gauze of dreamy,hazy reflection that almost makes David Gilmour's recent reveries echo Plastic Bertrand.
Like Tears for Fears at their most introspective, yet they emit upbeat, positive charm. Lovely
Phil Lynott & Jan Schelhaas
Ghosts of Eden
This was the ACTUAL line up for this album.
From left to right;
Phillip Donnelly, ........2nd Guitar
Gary Moore,......Lead Guitar (moog on 'Energy Dance')
Unfortunately these personnel details were
misrepresented by the management of the day (note the strange blank picture bubbles on the back sleeve artwork).
Brand New World
The National Headband
Playing keyboards in a rock band is not as enjoyable as it sounds, it's so much better!!
For my sins I've played for National Headband, Gary Moore, Thin Lizzy, Caravan, Camel and back to Caravan in that order.
Writing though is also high on the list of what keeps me ticking and, although I've written for all of the above except Lizzy, my first solo project,'Dark Ships', didn't really happen till 2008. So, with the kind support of band fans and Malcolm Holmes at 'Talking Elephant', I'm really pleased to be able to announce a re-release of it now, along with my other two solo projects, 'Living on a Little Blue Dot' and 'Ghosts of Eden' also to follow in the next couple of months.
The latest two now have two bonus tracks on each, featuring Jimmy Hastings, Doug Boyle & Andy Latimer.
I really do hope it doesn't take me quite as long to get the next one out for those of you brave enough and kind enough to listen..
All the very best and thank you all for your love and support,