Name : Dogman
Email : email@example.com
Music Genre : Acoustic
Location : LANCASHIRE ENGLAND
'Dogman' was raised by the Wolves of Winter Hill and comes from that deep well of Mad Dogs and Englishmen. Some call him the English 'Neil Young'.
Dogman's favourite albums are After the Goldrush, Neil Young, A Walk Across the Rooftops, The Blue Nile and Mono Bone Jackon, Cat Stevens. Many current musicians are enjoyed and admired,The Fleet Foxes, Midlake, Ryan Adams, The Montgolfier Bros, Kings of Convenience, Jim Moray, Sam Amidon and Mumford and Sons spring to mind.
Dogman's favourite albums go back the a time of fewer releases; when a new record was listened to over and over again for months and became an innate part of loves and disasters and influences. Music that is still popular today because of unique melody, mood images, lyrical metaphors and allegories.
With a close band of fellow musicians, who are also friends, Dogman is creating music hopefully with melody, with true lyrical depth providing listeners with themes for different moods.
In 2000, Dogman formed a band 'River' and began recording a self-promoted album with Runrig musician, Georges Rogalski. The Emotional Jukebox (Big Paws Records) followed up with a second album, Keep the Blood running, (after Georges sadly died) which was recorded in a studio in
Dogman released an album of demo songs in 2010, The Whisperer, and working with Matt Pawson (guitar) Andy Penney (bass) and Mr Smith (Percussion, keys, backing harmony and mixing) and released 'The cat that solved the String Theory' through Expat Records on May 13th.
Available to download through I-Tunes and Amazon, a USA CD and a UK-only limited edition CD is now available.
You can read about Dogman in a Feature Article in Muso:
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