Dunne and his beautiful soulful songs such as' Don't Give Up', 'Good People,' 'Love Life'Mother Earth And Rainbow, so delighted to FIND writer and musician doing a special acoustic night of music to candles at 'The Red Door Club 'At The Twisted Pepper. Gonna Be Special!!!
"Dublin singer/songwriter Joe Dunne knows all the tricks of the underground - Rock, Funk, Soul and Folk. This ex-vocalist of experimental folk band "SPERANZA" (who was also an admired signer at the Guterbrunn Festival) is a constituent part of a musical line commonly characterized as folk. But the way his expressive voice and expressive songs are underlaid with heavy guitar, bouzouki and mandola, with sax, drums, blues harmonica and sometimes fiddle and accordion all embedded in a clever arrangement would reserve him the title "Acoustic Rock". However even his string section seems more elaborate than that of any recent acoustic rock bands. Joe's performance is bundled energy, which holds noting back ("Takes No Prisoners", as the Anglo- Saxons would say). One instrumental composition "Wake Up", fello musician Brian O` Shea is a real fire work of Irish Bulgarian bouzouki fusion. Joe in duet with composer Brian, test his technical brilliance on string instruments. By the way, album cover painter and harmonica player Jeff Rhind was an artistic companion of the early Beatles in Liverpool"
Hail Caesar - Album Reviews
Beatles Ireland Newsletter
Review by Michael Lynch.
"Geoff Rhind is a name synonymous with Beatle historians. It was Geoff's unique photograph that captured a 16 year old John Lennon on the day John met Paul McCarthy. Forty years on Geoff is still taking photographs, although he spends most of his days painting and making music by night. "Hail Caesar" has a mellow traditional sound to it. Joes voice is not unlike Christy Dignam and on tracks like "Never Never Die" and "Mother Earth and the Rainbow" you'd think it was an Aslan album you were listening to. Lyrically there's a mention of the Troubles in Northern Ireland "So many good people have died" (Good People) "and "Their crushing hearts those people with guns" (Lies Down), but in general the album covers various topics. There is a wide range of instruments, from accordion, fiddle and banjo to harmonica playing. After a few listens I really began to love this album, and I do not think you will be disappointed either."
Join us for a very soul night of music unplugged to candles and intimate atmosphere where u can really plug in to the soul vibes of Joe's soulful and uplifting music, he's really talented.
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