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Danny Kirwan

Guitarist/singer Danny Kirwan was a member of Fleetwood Mac, helping to bridge their early blues-rock phase to their eventual conventional pop/rock approach, from the late '60s through the early '70s (just prior to the arrival of Stevie Nicks and Lindsey Buckingham). Born Daniel David Kirwan in South London on May 13, 1950, Kirwan was spotted by Fleetwood Mac members Peter Green and Mick Fleetwood at the age of 18 fronting a local group called Boilerhouse. Green took the young guitarist under his wing, attempting to help Kirwan find other musicians to play with (that were up to his caliber), but when none where found, he was invited to join Green in Fleetwood Mac in August of 1968. Although Kirwan's presence helped inspire the band to issue such classic releases as 1969's Then Play On, 1970's Kiln House, 1971's Future Games, and 1972's Bare Trees, his fellow bandmembers quickly saw the dark side of the young musician, who was alcoholic and prone to mood swings.

The situation began to put a strain on the group, and after one specific incident while on tour in 1972 (which Kirwan smashed his guitar prior to a show and refused to play on-stage), the 22-year-old guitarist was handed his walking papers. Kirwan then embarked on a solo career, issuing such obscure releases as 1975's Second Chapter (which saw the guitarist joined by ex-Chicken Shack members Andy Sylvester and Paul Raymond), 1976's Midnight in San Juan, and 1979's Hello There Big Boy!, before the once promising musician seemingly fell off the face of the earth. Rumors persisted throughout the '90s that Kirwan was by this time homeless and down on his luck, which he in fact confirmed himself in an interview with a London newspaper in 1993. But by the dawn of the 21st century, it appeared as though Kirwan had put his life back on track somewhat, while a 15-track compilation of his solo work, Ram Jam City, was issued in May of 2000. ~ Greg Prato, Rovi
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I would agree. the 2nd side of Second Chapter is just lovely, no other word for it. I don't think we'll ever hear from him again however.
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I personally love Second Chapter even more that bare trees and future games and that is saying something for they are both great albums. I hope Danny has recovered and still making great music.
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when looking for that Autumnal melancholy British genre, only perhaps Nick Drakes mines that groove better. Danny's work w/ the mighty Mac on Kiln House, Future Games, Bare Trees and his 1st solo LP Second Chapter are simply lovely and introspectiv e , and make me take those long Autumn walks down by the river as the leaves are changing colors. If you're here, you know what I mean. This is particularly introspectiv e British music. Listen to Dust from Bare Trees. Many have followed in the steps of
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A very pretty song. Such a shame this didn't get much air time when it was released.
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It was a tragedy what happened with Kirwan. He too was present with Peter Green when they took too much LSD with a group of kooks in Munich Germany and it undoubtedly was a factor in his mental instability and alcoholism. He was a brilliant guitarist and there was nothing like the sound of Green, Kirwan and Jeremy Spencer trading their signature guitar licks.
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They should get his other albums on here...
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Another bipolar druggie/ETOH i c rocker. Nothing under the sun, truly. Krazzy Elephant roadie, Polo.

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