Entries by DanL

Leo’s Tavern

Hi folks, Here are two songs filmed at Leo’s Tavern, a beautiful pub seemingly in the middle of nowhere in the wilds of the west of Donegal, Ireland owned by the Brennan family of Clannad fame. In fact Moya Brennan, Clannad’s lead vocalist, co-hosted this particular evening of wonderful music performed to a full house […]

Fire In The Dark / She Is My Home

With all the travelling, cycle touring and WWOOFing (World Wide Opportunities On Organic Farms) we’ve been doing throughout Europe I’ve had neither the time or inclination to compose any songs, except ‘Salvador’s Bicycle’ which itself was a whimsical tribute to our cycling adventures. However, before coming to Northern Ireland to do some music with my […]

Choir Girl

An intreptation of Cold Chisel’s classic “Choirgirl” from their breakthrough album “East”. Written by Don Walker, this is a fine example of Chisel at their melodic and soulful best and a personal favourite of mine. Recorded and filmed in the library at Old Hall, East Bergholt, Suffolk, England.  

Love Is A Losing Game

Hi folks! Emma and myself have just got back from our cycle tour of continental Europe. Now we have to decide what to do for the next phase of our lives???? Can’t believe it was only three months. New places, people and experiences almost every day. Whilst in Bayreuth, Germany we discovered an amazing piano […]

Congratulations!

Congratulations to Chris from Victoria, Australia and Maria from Kent, England who have won copies of my album ‘White Soul Black Hearts‘ with limited edition artwork. Emma and myself are about to catch a plane to Athens from Paris. Considering that a number of the songs on ‘White Soul Black Hearts‘ deal specifically with Australian […]

Salvador’s Bicycle

Salvador’s Bicycle (Dan Licht) This is a song I wrote during some downtime in Cavendish, Suffolk, UK as a kind of tribute to our cycling around England and in anticipation of our ferry ride to Holland to begin a cycle tour of continental Europe over summer. Whilst sitting on the toilet at Old Hall in […]