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Dan Reeder

by Dan Reeder

Dan Reeder by Dan Reeder

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Dan Reeder

by Dan Reeder

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Label: Oh Boy Records
Dan Reeder's self-titled debut slowly gained the full attention of the trad folk world in the months after its 2004 release. An ex-pat living in Germany at the time of its creation, Reeder puts on a home recorded one-man show, not only singing his own dense, nearly whispered harmonies, but accompanying the songs with hand-made instruments. The result is a strange and intimate slice of outsider art that can be heartbreaking or whimsical, issued, appropriately, on John Prine's Oh Boy Label. Highlights include "Three Chords," "Work Song" and "Clean Elvis."

About This Album

Dan Reeder's self-titled debut slowly gained the full attention of the trad folk world in the months after its 2004 release. An ex-pat living in Germany at the time of its creation, Reeder puts on a home recorded one-man show, not only singing his own dense, nearly whispered harmonies, but accompanying the songs with hand-made instruments. The result is a strange and intimate slice of outsider art that can be heartbreaking or whimsical, issued, appropriately, on John Prine's Oh Boy Label. Highlights include "Three Chords," "Work Song" and "Clean Elvis."

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About This Album

Dan Reeder's self-titled debut slowly gained the full attention of the trad folk world in the months after its 2004 release. An ex-pat living in Germany at the time of its creation, Reeder puts on a home recorded one-man show, not only singing his own dense, nearly whispered harmonies, but accompanying the songs with hand-made instruments. The result is a strange and intimate slice of outsider art that can be heartbreaking or whimsical, issued, appropriately, on John Prine's Oh Boy Label. Highlights include "Three Chords," "Work Song" and "Clean Elvis."