Kirwan, Danny

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Kirwan, Danny - Second Chapter Second Chapter
Pop New - LP DJLPA 1 DJM
Sealed 1975 Original. “The First Solo Album From Fleetwood Mac Singer/Songwriter Daniel David Kirwan Has The Future Producer For Human League And Buzzcocks, Martin Rushent, Utilizing Those Skills Here, As Well As Engineering. The Sound Is Crystal Clear, And A Feather In The Cap For Rushent As Well As Kirwan. It Starts Off With An Uncharacteristic "Ram Jam City," Which Has More Lindsey Buckingham Sounds Than One Would Expect, Especially Since The Two Guitarists Come From Two Different Musical Worlds. "Odds And Ends" Is More Lighthearted, The Kind Of Music Paul Mccartney Toyed With On The White Album's "Rocky Raccoon." What Second Chapter Immediately Sets Forth Is The Importance Of Kirwan As A Pop Artist, And How, Despite Fleetwood Mac's Success After He Left, His Sounds Could Still Have Been Beneficial To That Supergroup. "Hot Summers Day" Is A Fine Example Of That, A Beautiful Song That Could Offset Buckingham's Gritty Ramblings. It Would Have Made A Nice Counterpoint As Stevie Nicks Complemented Christine Mcvie's Tunes With Her Adventures, Bringing An Important Change Of Pace To That Popular Band's Hits. Three Of The Best Songs On This Excellent Outing Are "Love Can Always Bring You Happiness," "Second Chapter," And A Sleepy And Beautiful Number Called "Silver Streams." Kirwan's Tune Is Haunting As Well With Its Lilting "All You Need Is Love To Show You The Way From Here" Chorus. As On A Follow-Up Album, He Tends To Sound A Little Like The Group America, The Vocals With That Same America Tone And Warmth. They Very Well Could Have Covered "Silver Stream" Or "Cascades," The Album's Final Track. This Material Was Crafted Right In The Middle Of America's Run Of Hits, And Maybe They Should Have Replaced Dan Peek With Dan D. Kirwan? “ – Joe Viglione, All Music Guide... more details
 
Kirwan, Danny - Second Chapter Second Chapter
Pop Used - LP DJLPS 454 DJM
Beautiful 1975 UK Textured Gatefold Original.... more details
 
Kirwan, Danny - Danny Kirwan Danny Kirwan
Pop New - LP DJLPA 9 DJM
Sealed 1976 Original. “On His Follow-Up To 1975's Second Chapter, His First Solo Disc After Being Such An Important Element Of Fleetwood Mac, Danny Kirwan Gives Fans Another Taste Of Bare Trees With The Lovely Song "Castaway," Which Ends The Album, And The Instrumental "Rolling Hills," Which Could Be A Sequel To The Sublime "Sunny Side Of Heaven," A Treat Both When Fleetwood Mac Performed It Live And When It Appeared On Bare Trees. Kirwan's Personality Shines On Those Tracks, And This Album Is Chock-Full Of Quality Material — There Isn't A Bad Track On It Musically. Where Followers Of This Artist Might Have A Problem Is That It Seems To Be A Conscious Effort To Go Off In The Commercial Direction Taken By The Folk Band America, Of All People. Both Tracks Which Open Side One And Two, "I Can Tell" And "Misty River" Respectively, Would Have Perfectly Fit In America's "Sister Golden Hair," "Don't Cross The River," And "Ventura Highway" Set List. This Album Was Titled Danny Kirwan In North America, While The British Release Took Its Name From The Other Instrumental Track, A Synthesized Journey Called "Midnight In San Juan." "Angel's Delight" And "Windy Autumn Day" Sound Like Fleetwood Mac Meets The Band America, A Very Saleable Commodity If You Think About It, The Beatles-Style Ending To "Windy Autumn Day" Driving The Point Home. Dick James Records Really Should Have Gotten More Solidly Behind This Artist — There's No Doubt The Talent For Top 40 Success Here Was Enormous.” – Joe Viglione, All Music Guide... more details
 
Kirwan, Danny - Midnight In San Juan Midnight In San Juan
Pop Used - LP DJF 20481 DJM
Beautiful 1976 UK Original. Appears Unplayed.... more details
 
Kirwan, Danny - Second Chapter Second Chapter
Pop New - LP DJLPA 1 DJM
Sealed 1975 Original. Cut Corner. “The First Solo Album From Fleetwood Mac Singer/Songwriter Daniel David Kirwan Has The Future Producer For Human League And Buzzcocks, Martin Rushent, Utilizing Those Skills Here, As Well As Engineering. The Sound Is Crystal Clear, And A Feather In The Cap For Rushent As Well As Kirwan. It Starts Off With An Uncharacteristic "Ram Jam City," Which Has More Lindsey Buckingham Sounds Than One Would Expect, Especially Since The Two Guitarists Come From Two Different Musical Worlds. "Odds And Ends" Is More Lighthearted, The Kind Of Music Paul Mccartney Toyed With On The White Album's "Rocky Raccoon." What Second Chapter Immediately Sets Forth Is The Importance Of Kirwan As A Pop Artist, And How, Despite Fleetwood Mac's Success After He Left, His Sounds Could Still Have Been Beneficial To That Supergroup. "Hot Summers Day" Is A Fine Example Of That, A Beautiful Song That Could Offset Buckingham's Gritty Ramblings. It Would Have Made A Nice Counterpoint As Stevie Nicks Complemented Christine Mcvie's Tunes With Her Adventures, Bringing An Important Change Of Pace To That Popular Band's Hits. Three Of The Best Songs On This Excellent Outing Are "Love Can Always Bring You Happiness," "Second Chapter," And A Sleepy And Beautiful Number Called "Silver Streams." Kirwan's Tune Is Haunting As Well With Its Lilting "All You Need Is Love To Show You The Way From Here" Chorus. As On A Follow-Up Album, He Tends To Sound A Little Like The Group America, The Vocals With That Same America Tone And Warmth. They Very Well Could Have Covered "Silver Stream" Or "Cascades," The Album's Final Track. This Material Was Crafted Right In The Middle Of America's Run Of Hits, And Maybe They Should Have Replaced Dan Peek With Dan D. Kirwan? “ – Joe Viglione, All Music Guide... more details
 
Kirwan, Danny - Danny Kirwan Danny Kirwan
Pop Used - LP DJLPA 9 DJM
1976 Original From The Former Fleetwood Mac Member. Slightly Bumped Corner, Hence Reduced Price. “On His Follow-Up To 1975's Second Chapter, His First Solo Disc After Being Such An Important Element Of Fleetwood Mac, Danny Kirwan Gives Fans Another Taste Of Bare Trees With The Lovely Song "Castaway," Which Ends The Album, And The Instrumental "Rolling Hills," Which Could Be A Sequel To The Sublime "Sunny Side Of Heaven," A Treat Both When Fleetwood Mac Performed It Live And When It Appeared On Bare Trees. Kirwan's Personality Shines On Those Tracks, And This Album Is Chock-Full Of Quality Material — There Isn't A Bad Track On It Musically. Where Followers Of This Artist Might Have A Problem Is That It Seems To Be A Conscious Effort To Go Off In The Commercial Direction Taken By The Folk Band America, Of All People. Both Tracks Which Open Side One And Two, "I Can Tell" And "Misty River" Respectively, Would Have Perfectly Fit In America's "Sister Golden Hair," "Don't Cross The River," And "Ventura Highway" Set List. This Album Was Titled Danny Kirwan In North America, While The British Release Took Its Name From The Other Instrumental Track, A Synthesized Journey Called "Midnight In San Juan." "Angel's Delight" And "Windy Autumn Day" Sound Like Fleetwood Mac Meets The Band America, A Very Saleable Commodity If You Think About It, The Beatles-Style Ending To "Windy Autumn Day" Driving The Point Home. Dick James Records Really Should Have Gotten More Solidly Behind This Artist — There's No Doubt The Talent For Top 40 Success Here Was Enormous.” – Joe Viglione, All Music Guide... more details
 
Kirwan, Danny - Hello There Big Boy! Hello There Big Boy!
Pop New - LP DJM 22 DJM
Sealed 1979 Original. Small Cut Out Hole.... more details
 

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