David Hope: New album

13 February 2013 by musiclimerick, 1 Comment

SHANNON singer/songwriter David Hope has released his second album ‘Scarecrow’. The album was part recorded and produced by renowned musician Declan Sinnott (Moving Hearts, Christy Moore, John Spillane) in Declan’s Cork studio and part recorded in Limerick’s Bishop’s Palace.
Tracks like ‘Hell or High Water’ and ‘Cloak and Daggers’ were released previously and will already be familiar. The album mixes the bluesy stomp of ‘Rise and Fall’ with the quieter country glide of ‘Daybreak Someplace’. The musicianship is slick and effortless but above all that it is Hope’s warm gritty voice that makes ‘Scarecrow’ an enjoyable listen. The album may have taken some years to get to its release date but quality and melody flow right through to the final track, ‘Scarecrow’ is well worth the wait.
Current single and title track ‘Scarecrow’ has a dark and moody video directed and shot by Steve Hall. See it on www.musiclimerick.com
David Hope launches his ‘Scarecrow’ album in The Locke Bar Thursday February 21.

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  1. website 1 October 2014 at 09:08 #

    Thanks for finally writing about >SHANNON singer/songwriter David Hope has released
    his second album ‘Scarecrow’. The album was part recorded
    and produced by renowned musician Declan Sinnott (Moving Hearts,
    Christy Moore, John Spillane) in Declan’s Cork studio and part recorded in Limerick’s
    Bishop’s Palace. Tracks like ‘Hell or High Water’ and
    ‘Cloak and Daggers’ were released previously and will already be familiar.
    The album mixes the bluesy stomp of ‘Rise and Fall’ with the quieter country glide of ‘Daybreak
    Someplace’. The musicianship is slick and effortless but above all that it is Hope’s warm gritty voice that makes ‘Scarecrow’ an enjoyable
    listen. The album may have taken some years to get
    to its release date but quality and melody flow right
    through to the final track, ‘Scarecrow’ is well worth the wait.

    | http://www.musiclimerick.com <Loved it!


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