Mick Daniel and the Raynmen

Mick Daniel and the Raynmen

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Rock - Roots/Rock n' Roll | Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Total Song Plays: 1,592   
Member Since: 2007
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Mick Daniel and the Raynmen - a rootsy, hard-hitting quartet whose songs range from poignant to light-hearted in theme, with Mick's sense of humour - sometimes dark, sometimes silly - sneaking in where you most and least expect it.

On September 10, 2009, AR Select, an A&R company based in Los Angeles issued this review of their EP, "Alberta Beef":

"With shout outs to old school in-your-face no-nonsense bands like the Outlaws, Mick Daniel and the Raynmen throw down some terrific, hardcore bar band flavors on their splendid duo of ep's. "Lost in Love" is a scrumptious guitar smorgasbord of melody. The follow up track, "Cowpunk Boogie", does nothing to disappoint the direction of rock and roll momentum. Overall, from start to finish, a solid group of old school, sweaty, get'up'dance gems!"

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Hi Mick, Thanks for the review of "Jagged Edge", your feedback is appreciated. For the record there are live drums on the track, the verses and bridge has a loop but in the chorus live drums come in to bring the energy up.... I know because I played it. Your review was fair though, thanks again. Dave - CenterPeace

   
 
Tompaz posted over 30 days ago


the ballad of Billy Coy is a joyful trip as a great song with a sincere meaning as getting my stompinĀ“feet want more.)cheers from Sweden


Al Hovden posted over 30 days ago


Hi Mick... thanks for the review for I Want To Live I Want To Die. It is kind of weird sounding I know - the reason being it was written expressly for a movie plot line about a guy who was dying and then fell in love with the woman who was supposed to assist him in his suicide - this all being filmed by some crazy producer. In the end he didn't want to die so they were trying to force him into it. A bit weird as I said but it was fun doing it - even though I didn't get it into the film. Good review! Thanks - Al


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