Singer-songwriter featured on BBC Introducing other local radio. Influenced by Bob Dylan, Leonard Cohen, Nick Drake, Oasis.....
Hope you enjoy my music, a lot of work has gone into it.
Where The Songs Are Sung
A song about hanging out at a music festival.
stumble on my star
Upbeat, with a nicely ambiguous lyric in the chorus.
The Light Of Love
Very 60s vibe to the music, with a hint of Razorlight in the chorus.
Anyone Like You
A philosophical ballad.
Walking In The Wind (for Leonard Cohen)
A tribute to Leonard Cohen featuring my friend Gillian Stanyard on vocals.
I was told to write something more universal, so here is... The Universal.
North City Night
A song about going out in Nottingham, England.
A Ghost Story
Something a bit more light hearted, about coming across a slightly crazy, but fit young man. Inspired by that and listening to more modern indie folk.
You Suffer For Your Love
Some very basic yet confusing lyrics, I like the chorus a lot. Not one I play very often but one of my favourites.
The Things I Did Back Then
I think this is kind of Richard Thompson-esque (English folk legend). About reflecting on the things you used to do as a young buck, essentially.
I had high hopes for this one when I recorded it, but got rejected by a few blogs as is *usually* the case. I think it's good. Lyrically heavy and lyric heavy.
Let Your Light Be Low
A song about the low times we live in, if you look at things from a certain angle.
Hold The Flame
A tribute to my late Grandma.
Your World Tonight
I think the song is kind of like Richard Thompson in the verse, Oasis in the bridge, and Paul McCartney in the chorus.
I wrote this song about New Year's Eve and the new year. Mellow acoustic number.
When The Mist Clears
A song about the skies.
A song about leaving behind the partying basically.
Absurdist, meaningless, but a nice bit of fun. It has very little to do with Tennessee.
Love The Likes
Singer/songwriter tune about a brief fling.
Music Is A Saviour
About the power of music.
I really thought this was great, despite my family hearing it through bad speakers and saying it was "ok but....". I still think it's really good, so hear it is: True Light.
What You Gonna Say To God?
About those powerful shadowy figures who "forgot who sent ya"
The Song That Changed The World
Written from bitter experience of mental hospitals.
1/8/2020 11:47:11 AM
Congratulations on your Golden Kayak nomination.
Best wishes and good luck.
8/3/2019 6:50:06 PM
Congrats on your new song "The Universal."
Soulful, evocative, a bit mysterioso.
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