The Wretched Greene Man [DNL]

from by David Nigel Lloyd

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    This audiophile recording recorded in Southern California and South Wales features a host of stellar guest musicians. A third of its songs are about rivers, a third are about kings and the remaining third are curses of one sort or another.

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It is not the greenness that is wretched here, but the man. He played fast and loose with those he called friends. The song is a curse by implication. The last verse is an explicit belssing—for what it's worth— for those he Done Wrong. In the Mixolydian mode, the bridge is a variation on "Reynardine."


from Rivers, Kings and Curses, released May 27, 2008
Jill Eglnd: accordion, BG vocal.
Brenda hunter: hammered dulcimer and fiddle.
Patrick Michael Meehan: drums.
DNL: mandolin and vocals.



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David Nigel Lloyd Yreka, California

David Nigel Lloyd emerged from LA’s new wave scene with the acoustic Dark Ages in 1984. An Age of Fable added traditional songs to the DNL mix in 1987. Death in Los Fumos [1996] blended song poetry, skits and found sound while How Like Ghosts Are We [1998] returned to traditional music. Rivers, Kings and Curses featured blues legend Nat Dove and the Incredible String Band’s Robin Williamson. ... more

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