Side One: |
| I Can Tell|
Date Performance: 1976, Running Time: 3:00
| Life Machine|
Date Performance: 1976, Running Time: 2:26
| Midnight In San Juan|
Date Performance: 1976, Running Time: 2:35
| Let It Be|
Date Performance: 1976, Running Time: 2:30
| Angel's Delight|
Date Performance: 1976, Running Time: 2:46
| Windy Autumn Day|
Date Performance: 1976, Running Time: 2:38
| Guest Appearances »|
John Cook, Steve Emery, Jeff Rich
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| Format »|
Import Vinyl/CD Album
| Other Appearances »
Louie Austin (Engineer), Simon Davis (Engineer), Danny Kirwan (Songwriter), John (Winston/Ono) Lennon(, MBE) (Songwriter), John (Winston/Ono) Lennon(, MBE) (Songwriter), Paul (James) McCartney (Songwriter), Paul (James) McCartney (Songwriter), Dave Walker (Songwriter), McKinley/Howell (Cover Design), Clifford Davis Productions Limited (Produced By), Clifford (G.) Davis (Adams) (Album Co-Ordination)
| Record Label »|
DJM Records/AMR (Air Mail Recordings)
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| Liner Notes »|
Steve Emery and Jeff Rich appear by courtesy of Hot Wax Productions Limited and Anchor Records Limited
(P) (C) 1976 This Record Co. Ltd.
DJM Records Limited
71-75 New Oxford Street
All rights of the manufacturer and of the owner of the recorded work reserved.
Copyright subsists in all recordings issued under this label.
Any unauthorised public performance, broadcasting and copying or re-recording in any manner whatsoever of this record prohibited & will constitute infringment of such copyright.
This stereo record can be played on mono reproducers provided either a compatible or stereo cartridge wired for mono is fitted. Recent equipment may already be fitted with a suitable cartridge. If in doubt consult your dealer.
33 1/3 RPM
Made in England
Shorepak by Shorewood Packaging Co. Ltd., England
2006 Japan CD reissue notes:
(P) 1976 Clifford Adams Music
Compact Disc Digital Audio
Made in Japan
Manufactured & distributed by Air Mail Recordings, Tokyo, Japan. Under exclusive license from Clifford Adams Music, UK.
All rights reserved.
Unauthorized duplication is a violation of applicable laws.
| Reviews »|
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kirwan is phenomenal
Review written by james prichard, April 26th, 2013
how does such a gifted human become eclipsed by lesser talents? well, few know much about him. peter green received nearly all the attention , and danny outclassed him from day one. to compare him to anyone is laughable ,as danny is nearly superior to everyone. one of the 3 songs with synths here( title tune) is the only small drawback to otherwise perfect songs . his voice, guitar,and music/lyric writing are second to no one in music . all of his songs are repeatedly listened to , and i will continue for as long as i live; his entire output is fabulous. no one except bernard sumner (new order)is comparable,and bernard always allocates credit equally among all of his bands, just as danny 's solo bandmates gave so much to the songs . danny usually created alone with fleetwood mac , forming songs as demos with all guitar parts complete . and of course the later ,younger , undiscriminating fan base of fm after danny, gushed over welch, and later buckingham/nicks to a point that kirwan's superior songs rarely were heard by fleetwood mac fans, much less anyone else. kirwan is my eternal champion.
New textures, and an emphasis on songs, not guitar
Review written by Joe Zizza, February 4th, 2005
Danny Kirwan made some important contributions to pre-platinum Fleetwood Mac, notably on Future Games and Bare Trees. His Second Chapter solo album missed the strong rhythm of the band he was fired by, but this second album shows his songwriting skills off well. It is lyrical, displaying textures not found in his Mac work, and emphasises songs and singing over guitar playing. It's a shame it's never seen CD, but then Kirwan is unappreciated. Find it on vinyl.
Most maturing album of Danny Kirwan
Review written by Jeff Baer, August 18th, 2004
This would probably be the best of any of Kirwan's albums. Sounding older, and at times like Bob Welch, he deliver's a much needed summary of evolving he so needed while in his Fleetwood Mac days.
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US release (under the name "Danny Kirwan" instead) date was in May 1977.
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| Tracklisting »|
Discography entry submitted by Christy Valkman & bretonbanquet.