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  • Gurg
    says:
    So the CD reissue of the David Wiffen album is out on Water Records with 2 bonus tracks and 2 alternate versions of album tracks. I bought it and like it a lot but am wondering whether this is it or is there still another Wiffen set coming out with more previously unreleased songs? Maybe a new Coast to Coast Fever CD with bonus cuts?
  • Gokazahn
    says:
    Nov 19,  · C anadian singer/song writer David Wiffen's self titled album, originally released on Fantasy Records, is now being reissued by Water. The album is a showcase for David’s rich baritone voice and his world weary, laid back songs. Standout tracks include the classic “Driving Wheel” covered by Tom Rush, The Byrds, The Jayhawks, Roger McGuinn and the Cowboy Junkies among many .
  • Malalkree
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    Feb 12,  · The album is a showcase for David’s rich baritone voice and his world weary, laid back songs. Standout tracks include the classic “Driving Wheel” covered by Tom Rush, The Byrds, The Jayhawks, Roger McGuinn and the Cowboy Junkies among many others, plus the openly confessional “More Often Than Not” and “I’ve Got A Ticket”.
  • Shakara
    says:
    David Wiffen was born in the UK, immigrated to Canada at an early age and worked with artists such as the likes of Joni Mitchell and Bruce Cockburn. I find out that David Wiffen's self-titled album was originally released in I also discover that David Wiffen suffered a major back injury that halted his music career and was a self.
  • Kicage
    says:
    David is a shamefully under appreciated artist. When Tom and I went to record the first Lee Harvey Osmond album, A Quiet Evil, it made sense for us to include a David Wiffen song. Tom brought in Lucifer's Blues and laid down a stunning interpretation of this great road song. Different in feel and attitude to Driving Wheel (which is another.
  • Tygogami
    says:
    Jun 14,  · B1. Driving Wheel B2. Mr. Wiffen B3. Blues Was the Name of the Song B4. Mention My Name in Passing B5. More Often Than Not Credits: Arranged By – David Wiffen, Ed Bogas.
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