Will You Come Home David Roth
- 1Be Kind To Yourself03:17
- 2How Do You Hold On To Love04:37
- 4Nine Gold Medals03:35
- 5Norman´s Way05:27
- 6I´ll Be Here For You03:22
- 7Nights At The Chez05:04
- 9The Armor Song04:20
- 10Thank You Mr. Ryan04:43
- 11Will You Come Home03:57
- 12Greater Good Of All03:29
Info for Will You Come Home
A photograph album full of treasured memories - David Roth's third album with Stockfisch-Records 'Will You Come Home'. Singer/songwriter Roth transports the listener on a magical journey through highlights in his life.
David Roth is a musical portrait artist who conveys a wealth of stories, anecdotes and remembered scenes with a physically felt intensity. This album is reminiscent, too, of an much-loved anthology of poetry, like one of those marvellous books which one can simply open at any page. That extraordinary feeling of warmth and familiarity that takes us by surprise when listening to this music comes from the sheer magic of the melodies, the mellow harmonies, the irresistible guitar sounds and David Roth's voice. And not least because the message is universal: happiness and serenity, sadness, excited anticipation, gratitude, a dash of regret - and not least the humour lurking in chance observations.
In a snowstorm like the one that created havoc along America's coastline recently, David Roth's 'Will You Come Home' would be the THE music for weathering the storm. Being snowed has its advantages: these songs are like much-loved guests - how nice that they cannot leave.
David Roth, vocal & guitar
Ian Melrose, guitar
Lutz Möller, piano
Lucile Chaubard, violoncello
Don Ross, dobro
Manfred Leuchter, accordion
Lea Morris, backing vocals
Mike Silver, backing vocals
Beo Brockhausen, soprano saxophone, tin whistle, bowed psaltery, percussion
Kerstin Blodig, bodhran
Alessandro Gulino, electric bass
Hans-Jörg Maucksch, fretless bass
DSD: The here offered DSD is a DSD PCM-to-DSD conversion. Not native DSD! Future Stockfisch productions are produced in PCM 88,2 kHz / 24bit. The Stockfisch DMM-CD/SACD always has a native DSD layer. With a high quality DSD D/A converter, the sound quality should be better than the FLAC 44.1 kHz, 24 bit.
strikes many chords, hearts, and minds with his unique songs, offbeat observations, moving stories, sense of the hilarious, and powerful singing and subject matter. As singer, songwriter, recording artist, keynote speaker, workshop leader, and instructor, David has earned top honors at premier songwriter competitions – Kerrville (TX) and Falcon Ridge (NY) – and taken his music, experience, and expertise to a wide variety of venues in this and other countries full-time for three decades.
David’s songs (“Rising in Love”, “Earth”, “Manuel Garcia”, “May the Light of Love”, “Nine Gold Medals”, “Spacesuits”, “Rocket Science”, “I Stand for Love”, “That Kind of Grace”, and many more) have found their way to Carnegie Hall, the United Nations, several Chicken Soup for the Soul books, the Kennedy Center, Peter, Paul, & Mary’s “Discovered” (Warner Brothers), the Kingston Trio’s “Born at the Right Time”, NASA’s Goddard Space Center (“Rocket Science” went up on the Space Shuttle Atlantis’s May 2009 mission to repair the Hubble Telescope), the classic folk song books “Rise Up Singing” and “Rise Again” (sequel), and 14 CDs on the Wind River and Stockfisch (Germany) labels. Winner of 5 Positive Music Awards and the 2015 Grace Note (Unity Worldwide) for Outstanding Contribution to New Thought Music, David has also been featured on many of Christine Lavin’s seminal Rounder Records compilations. The former artist-in-residence at New York’s Omega Institute has also been a songwriting judge at Kerrville, Napa Valley (CA), Tumbleweed (WA), Eventide Arts (MA), the Avalon Festival (WV), the South Florida Folk Festival, and for the Rhode Island Songwriters Association (RISA).
David has also taught singing, songwriting, and performance at the Augusta Heritage workshops, SummerSongs (NY – where he currently serves as Executive Director), Common Ground on the Hill (MD), the Woods Dance & Music Camp (Canada), WUMB’s Summer Acoustic Music Week (NH), Moab Folk Camp (UT), Rowe Center (MA), Pendle Hill (PA), Lamb’s Retreat (MI), the Swannanoa Gathering (NC), the National Wellness Institute (WI), and for many other songwriting groups and associations around the country. David is also founder/director of the Cape Cod Songwriters Retreat and creator/host of Cape Cod’s “Full Moon Open Mic” which, for the past 14 years has provided a forum for musicians to connect and be heard while at the same time collecting donations ($14,000 to date) for local non-profits to help neighbors in need.