Martin Dale: A Different Kettle Of Fish

The most recent solo album from Martin Dale.

An album called “A Different Kettle of Fish”:  the happyist and hippyiest album you’ll hear this year. Minimally orchestrated and recorded without too many frills, this is Indie-folk, Americana, British folk and acoustic pop with no boundaries and frequently defying conventions.

 

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A Different Kettle of Fish

Oxford English Dictionary: A different kettle of fish:  “a different state of affairs, a different matter altogether”

An album called “A Different Kettle of Fish”:  the happyist and hippyiest album you’ll hear this year. Minimally orchestrated and recorded without too many frills, this is Indie-folk, Americana, British folk and acoustic pop with no boundaries and frequently defying conventions.
The songs cover topics such as: internet trolls; the viking colonisation of Greenland;  alcoholism and homelessness; oneness over racism; meditation; love, lack of love and lovely ladies.  Plus a song about the effects of Sambuca.
Once again Louise Vangsgaard (from Tradish) contributes with some lovely fiddle playing and other guest musicians include Peter Stokkebye (Aliens) and Espen Suell (Neil Brophy Band) on drums, William Mclaughlin from Neil Brophy Band on pipes and whistles, Galician flautist Alejandro Martinez on baroque recorder, more fiddle from Felix Ziska, and Laura Hansen, Emmelie Godsk and Ajana Stilling on lush harmony vocals.
This is the first album produced and engineered by Martin himself at Strong Ale’s The Brewery Studio in Copenhagen.
Enjoy and spread the love.