Richard Murray

Richard Murray

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Country - Alternative | Belfast, United Kingdom
Total Song Plays: 1,795   
Member Since: 2008
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Radio Indy review

"Desert Wind" by the experienced Richard Murray is a beautiful and pure folk rock album. The CD is the complete package of excellent musicianship, production, and songwriting. Richard's warm, soothing vocals are a highlight of the CD, and have a pleasant yet raspy tone that reminds us of Edwin McCain and Del Amitri. The songwriting shines with highly refined lyrics and memorable melodies. The acoustic guitar on the CD, such as on "Down in this Town" and "1931" has a very beautiful tone that allows Richard's skillful guitar work to cut through the recording nicely. Moreover, this CD showcases a wide range of musical diversity - from the slow-paced, teary acoustic ballad "Enlighten Me" to the upbeat folk-with-a-hint-of-Celtic-flavor "Thinking of Cristina" and the radio-friendly country-rock anthem "I'll Never Learn." With all of these appealing traits, "Desert Wind" is sure to cause a scene in the folk rock music scene.
-Xavier and the RadioIndy Team