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"Lifeline" by Dig A Little Deeper

From the album

Songs From The Small Hours
Record Label: Self Produced
By Dig A Little Deeper
Released: 2013

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Fiona's Comments

Clear delivery from an effortless voice and band. Nice debut and a great sound out of Ireland.

About the Album

'Songs From The Small Hours' is the debut album from Dig A Little Deeper. The album combines eleven orignal songs from band leader, Mick Stuart (guitar), with some of the brightest talent emerging from Ireland's jazz community. At the heart of the band is a desire to craft songs, across any genre; jazz, pop, blues, that connect to the listener. The songs have been approached with openness and versatility from band members Ríona Hartman: vocals; Mick Stuart: guitar; Johnny Taylor: piano; Dan Callaghan: double bass; Tommy Gray: drums.

Track Listing

I Cannot Help Myself; Lifeline; Dead and Gone; Your Wish is my Command; Cold; Last Chance Saloon; You Push I Pull; In my Corner; When I Go; Lost; Boy Oh Boy.

Personnel

Riona Hartman: vocals; Mick Stuart: guitar; Johnny Taylor: piano; Dan Callaghan: double bass; Tommy Gray: drums; Dave McCune: percussion (1).

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Date featured

September 18, 2013

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