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Dave Evans - The Words In Between FLAC album

Performer: Dave Evans
Genre: Folk and World music
Title: The Words In Between
Released: 1971
Style: Folk
FLAC version ZIP size: 1502 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1572 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1326 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 445

Dave Evans (14) ‎– The Words In Between. Label: Earth (13) ‎– EARTHCD025. Format: CD, Album, Reissue. The Words In Between ‎(CD, Album, RE). The Weekend Beatnik, The Village Thing.

Bangor-born singer, songwriter and guitarist Dave Evans briefly popped up in 2010 on a compilation called Ghosts From The Basement, which raided defunct Bristol label Village Thing’s vaults from the early ’70s and featured tracks by Wizz Jones, Steve Tilston and label co-founder Ian A Anderson, among others. Beyond that compilation, enthusiasts of late-’60s and ’70s British pastoral folk might have found Evans’ The Words In Between by following their love of Nick Drake to Tilston’s 1971 debut, An Acoustic Confusion, on which Evans played second guitar and sang. The album – well received in its day – features Pete Airey on second guitar, harmonica player Keith Warmington and harmony singer Adrienne Webber, and was recorded in Anderson’s basement flat in Bristol, using two microphones plugged directly into a reel-to-reel.

Dave Evans - An overlooked gem. I had never heard of Dave Evans or his album The Words Inbetween. Possibly due to the fact that it came out originally on a very small label Village Thing. Or possibly because of so many greats at the time like John Martyn, Ber Janch and Richard Thomson. This is an excellent re-issue, a good pressing on good vinyl but most important is the music which really stands out for excellent guitar playing and nice lyrics. Verified purchase: Yes Condition: New. Best-selling in Records. See all. Current slide {CURRENT SLIDE} of {TOTAL SLIDES}- Best-selling in Records

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Tilston had asked Evans to play second guitar on the album; Anderson liked what he heard and put out The Words In Between the same year. The studio was Anderson's basement and the "gear" was two mics and a Revox reel-to-reel. In the liner notes to the British re-issue of Evans' final album, the 1976 Take A Bite Out Of Life, Anderson and American guitarist Duck Baker wrote, "Dave Evans' sole holdback, if you could even call it that, was a combination of wanderlust and laid backedness. In 1977, apparently drawn by love and no great desire to "make it" in the music business, Evans moved to Belgium, where he collaborated on and off with a noted ceramicist and repaired and restored instruments. Anderson thinks Evans is still making and repairing instruments.

Dave Evans (born 20 July 1953) is a Welsh-born Australian singer. He briefly sang for the hard rock band AC/DC in 1973–1974, appearing on their debut single before being fired and replaced with Bon Scott. Evans then went on to join the band Rabbit who were active into the early 1980s. He resumed a solo career shortly after the year 2000

Listen to music from Dave Evans like Jolymont - Instrumental, The Words In Between & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Dave Evans. 1) Dave Evans was recruited into AC/DC in 1973 by brothers Angus and Malcolm Young, along with drummer Colin Burgess and bass player Larry Van Kriedt. He stayed with the band for a few months before being replaced by Bon Scott around September 1974.