Having learnt his craft in English folk bands such as Firkin The Fox, Steve Bonham takes that folk rock heritage and brings it together with lush Celtic harmonies to create a sound that brings together an album that’s evocative of the wider British Isles, recruiting the likes of former Saw Doctors, Pearse Doherty and Jimmy Higgins along the way. “The Moon’s High Tide” features some great instrumentation to give Steve that big band feel to go with rich harmonies and an enthusiasts love of the genre, that shines through the Steve Carter penned tracks.
The songwriting compulsion continues. We’ve been back in the wonderful Woodworm Studios working with engineer Stuart Jones again on two tracks: Diamond and The Gambling Man and Catch Me When I Fall. The first is the tale of two wandering spirits whose paths intersect and they ramble together for awhile. Eventually they take different trails […]
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What do you call real music, played on real instruments (perhaps for real people !! ) With the failure to find a single word mostly it seems we resort to a list: acoustic; blues; folk; roots; world; Cajun; trad jazz; Americana, etc. Somehow instinctively people sense they are bound in someway. Well they are! They are […]
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