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Drinking my way over you (new release)

Drinking my way over you (new release)

I wrote this song after an all day gig at a beer festival with my old band.

While cashing in my own beer tokens I noticed as the day went on how the conversations in the bar turned to the subject of lost loves and how drinking seems to help you through it.

This was a popular song in the Country clubs as well.

This is the first of my Country singles that I hope to release soon.

Thanks to Ethem for the video!

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New Song: Hold On To Me

New Song: Hold On To Me

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The Red Flags

The Red Flags

Since 2005 I have been recording some of my Americana material with The Red Flags, (Keith Mouland & K.C.Oshea) at his home studio. This track “Dead Snake” is from our album “Hundreds Of Sunshine” on Folkwit Records.

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Norwegian country band, covered three of my songs

Norwegian country band, covered three of my songs

I flew the flag for European Country music when CAPT. KANE & BIG TROUBLE, a great Norwegian Country band, covered three of my songs.

Flying High, Keep On and Cross My Heart on their 2010 release Big Trouble.

A lot of the album was recorded in Nashville with some top session players on there as additional musicians:

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Americana International Festival, Newark

Americana International Festival, Newark

The crew at the Americana International Festival at Newark, invited ma along to play the singer/songwriter stage in 2007.

As you can see from this photo the main stage is a big place but it still felt kind of intimate due to the great PA sound.

Plenty of people liked my set of five of my songs, I sold CD’s on the day, checked out the merchandise on sale and of course all the Americana.

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The Doghouse Boys

The Doghouse Boys

The Doghouse Boys was a four piece band from Salisbury. We played all over the South/West, at all kinds of venues during 2005/2011.

We were all about bringing our brand of Honky-Tonk music to people and we called it “Country with the dirt left on

Now some people really got it and some didn’t but I’m glad that me and the boys got out there and played it, we enjoyed it and on the whole we went down well.

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Walking The Hills

Walking The Hills

12 of my songs here recorded in 2004 at The Music Workshop, Devizes. Released on Folkwit Records and only available from them.
http://folkwit.com/artists/keith-mouland

Me and Paul met up at Pete Lamb’s studio and recorded these tracks as a duo. I simply played each song through to Paul once and then we did a take, so it has a real “live” feel.

Alternative Country/Folk/Blues probably describes it best.

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Tele

Tele

When I was recording the songs for my album “White Lies From The Tall Grass” back in 2003/4 I picked up a couple of Telecasters for the sessions.

There used to be a musical instrument shop in Westbury, Wilts as far as I can remember it was called Madcap Music, but it’s no longer there. Anyway when I was passing I would check it out for used guitars. I found this quirky “New York Pro” telecaster with Fender pick ups and hardware in there. A real hybrid but it kind of worked! Also I got a Mexican Nashville tele from Sarum Guitars in Salisbury, a fine little guitar for a cheapie!

I used these two again on a couple more tracks “Twenty Four Towns” and “Take Me Back To The Country” that I’m going to put out as digital download singles in 2014.

Happy New Year!

Keith

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Destiny EP – This little group of songs I had kicking around

Destiny EP – This little group of songs I had kicking around

I wrote Destiny, Free Roving Man and Be With Me back in the early nineties, I scored Earthbound Blues, Easy To Find and River Of Love in the mid noughties. So this little group of songs I had kicking around when Terry Richardson, (an old mate of mine) turned up in 2008, back from Ohio and suggested recording some songs. They seemed to have an Americana/Folk type of feel, I have put them together on the Destiny EP.

iTunes download link. Hard copy CD’s are on CD Baby
cdbaby.com/cd/keithmouland8

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Welcome along to my website

Welcome along to my website

Hello Everyone,

First up, welcome along to my website. I hope you have time to browse around and find something to your liking.

I do have various solo albums and E. P. s “out there” that can be tracked down, I’ll write about them in future blogs.

My songs reflect how things can change. I may not feel today how I did when I wrote the earlier ones and I guess that future songs would sound strange to my younger self. Perhaps you may find a connection in some way.

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