Distances

Nigel Philip Davies

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Originally Released in 2008 Nigel Philip Davies: Guitars, Mandolin, Banjo, Keyboards, vocals Craig Davies: Bass Martin Evans: Drums, Percussion Jamie Nemeth: Fiddle Jim Rees: Guitars, Keyboards, vocals Additional musicians: Emma Bryden, Cello on “Seasons” and Ian Jenkins, flute on “Halcion” Produced, mixed and mastered by Philip Humphreys. www.nigeld.co.uk

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  1. 1 Moongazer 04:44
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  2. 2 Heartflight 04:52
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  3. 3 Blue Scar 03:35
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  4. 4 Seasons 04:13 Free
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  5. 5 Every Day 04:34
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  6. 6 Cruel Twist of Fate 03:12
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  7. 7 Smoke Rings 04:08
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  8. 8 Down to the River 03:11
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  9. 9 Pirates 03:53
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  10. 10 Halcion 05:33 Free
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Out of My Depth

Nigel Philip Davies

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  1. 1 My Old Friends 03:04
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  2. 2 Life Goes On 04:28
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  3. 3 Blue Scar 03:15
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  4. 4 Loser's Life 04:22
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  5. 5 Smoke Rings 04:13
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  6. 6 Down to the River 03:03
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  7. 7 Angel in Pink 03:24
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  8. 8 You 03:53
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  9. 9 Crazy World 02:53
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  10. 10 Louisiana 03:41
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Of "Songs from a River"
Nigel Davies, the front-man for South Walian folk-rockers Moongazer, has released more of his back catalogue of solo songs. And what gems they are! You will be moved by the directness of numbers like "I Miss You" and you'll admire the craftsmanship behind the elegies to losers and coal miners, all told with a commendable lack of sentimentality. There are echoes of Cohen and Dylan here but that is no bad thing. Every song has the hallmark of Davies's dark distinctive, poetic voice." Fred Redwood, Sunday Times

Songs From a River

Nigel Philip Davies

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New Album

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  1. 1 Oh Marianne, No! 04:34
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  2. 2 All This Time 04:19
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  3. 3 Shadows in the Dark 04:18
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  4. 4 Be My Friend Tonight 04:06
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  5. 5 She Has Gone 03:42
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  6. 6 Reaper Man 02:47
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  7. 7 I Miss You 04:38
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  8. 8 Achilles 05:02
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  9. 9 Crying Shame 02:58
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  10. 10 Street Song 03:53
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  11. 11 Unfinished Business 03:57
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  12. 12 The Search 04:34
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  13. 13 Have You Ever Been Lost? 05:08
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Wavelength

Nigel Philip Davies

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^ track extended EP 1. Not the Same 2 Heartflight 3 When this War is Over 4 Other side of the World 5 Another Dance 6 Fragile Rainbows

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  1. 1 Not the Same 04:03
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  2. 2 Heartflight 04:08
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  3. 3 When This War is Over 02:16
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  4. 4 Other Side of the World 03:48
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  5. 5 Another Dance 03:50
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  6. 6 Fragile Rainbows 03:22
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"In this new collection Nigel has ditched high energy folk rock for something altogether more elegant and fragile. There is something of the night about these songs, which at times have the stamp of "chanson" about them. Lines about the - "... one time West End star/Who once supported Matt Monro/ She now supports the bar" - bring the spirit of the Pigalle to a British low-life club and the simple, bitter-sweet melodies stay with you long after the music has stopped. Always intelligent and literate, he can sing a bit too."

Fred Redwood, journalist, Sunday Times