In 2014, debut album, the Zydeco-influenced “Duw Duw”, saw London-based Dai and the Ramblers gain widespread praise and this follow-up will be eagerly awaited.“Bon Bon” is a continuation in part of the style of their debut, but it also sees the sound evolve with elements of soul, country and even a hint of gospel in Up Above My Head. The album was recorded at a series of live sessions in Rupert Gillet’s Walthamstow studio and this definitely gives a vital edge to the sound. Song writer and front man Dai Price deals in tight and trim vignettes in a range of genres, all delivered in a rich vocal style and backed by an experienced team of musicians who have worked with the like of Van Morrison, Jeff Beck and Richard Thompson.
“Bon Bon” is an album that will keep the listener engaged as you simply don’t know what to expect next and are advised to settle back and enjoy the ride through a range of roots influences such as the folk-oop of Everything’s Broke, the Country Green Fire or the sublime Celtic tones of Middle of the Night. A great collection of songs and styles.
London-based roots quartet return with refreshing range of genres