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Significant Gains
  • Artist: Danny Dolinger
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 628740811122
  • Item #: SRD081112
  • Genre: Folk
  • Release Date: 10/31/2006
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Significant Gains on CD

About dannydolinger: From before I could see over the dashboard of my daddy's early sixties Chevy wagon, that dashboard with a light show like a KISS concert, I knew what I wanted out of life. All the unbelievable noises that came out of that rack of magical lights and dials. My first favorite song was 'The Lonesome Fugitive', by Merle Haggard. 'Down every road there's always one more city', yep, I saw my future pretty clear around four or five years of age. Definately anything with acoustic guitar made me jump out of my seat belt to dance on my poor daddy's dash (which, in an early sixties Chevy was as big as a gym floor). Any song that added heartache, homesickness, or wanderlust, well I still hear my daddy saying to my momma, 'We gotta get better damn restraints for that young'in'. Yes, it was a more innocent age when babies had a right to fly through the windshield if they so chose, but not in my daddy's car. A very strict but fair disciplinarian. When Doc Watson appeared on the airwaves, my daddy would instruct my two big brothers to sit on my chest for my own safety and the safety of everyone sharing the road. But to his credit he would admonish,'How many times do I have to tell you boys, don't sit on his head! That music's real important to him and when you sit on his head he cain't hear it. Might cause him to grow up harborin resentments and I'll not have it'. Thanks Dad. Well time marched on, I got my own car, discovered Judas Priest, John Prine and Motorhead and, well, here I am today. Hope you like my music. -Danny.