Good Luck Songs
BBC Radio Scotland's Iain Anderson on making her last album his Album of The Week described Chapman as "a songwriter who has the gift of writing perceptive songs and setting them to sumptuous arrangements." Dai Jeffries from folking.com suggested that "to provide a comparison by which to judge Daisy I want to say Sandy Denny she's there in the piano, the songwriting style and the voice." High praise indeed and one of many plaudits earned by her second album Shameless Winter.
Lyrically, the new album Good Luck Songs continues to draw on both personal experience and human history as the basis of its stories - from the tragedy of Idilia Dubb (a girl who met her fate trapped up a tower in 1851) to reflections of a lost England in I Used To Own An Empire mourning the demise of the railways and mining industry with a sarcastic little dig at some of those deemed responsible - "Thanks for nothing, Dr Beeching!"
Expect beautifully arranged and performed music with harmonies from the simple to the sumptuous, distinctive melodies and a lyrical hook that will keep you coming back for more.
- Good Luck Song
- Home Fires
- Settle Down
- Generation Next
- I Used To Own An Empire
- Idilia Dubb
- The Decalogue
- There's A Storm Coming
- Tom Traubert's Blues (Four Sheets To The Wind In Copenhagen)
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