In 1996, David Munyon recorded his first release “Slim Possibilities” ” on the Stockfisch label, in a joint venture with Glitterhouse Records.
David Munyon is a “topical writer” much like many of the folk legends and roots artists of today’s acoustic tradition.
“Gunter Pauler created a breathtaking backing sound that the listener will be speechless about. Pauler had a little help of musician like, Chris Jones: Guitars, Harmony vocal, Hans-Jorg Maucksch: Electric Bass, Frank Fiedler: Acoustic bass, Beo Brockhausen: Hurdy-Gurdy, Jew’s-harp, John Hickman: Banjo, Byron Berline: Fiddle, Steve Baker: Harp and Hrolfur Vagnsson: Accordion. Already on the first track, Mississippi Rain, you will hear the sound of the typical Munyon fret-less bass guitar and an acoustic guitar solo of the master himself. The power on this album you will find in, Slim Possibilities.” – www.realrootscafe.com.
01. Mississippi Rain
02. This Man Flies To Africa – 1979
03. Severe Austerities
04. Delphia’s Rhyme
05. St. Charlie’s Phone Call
06. Slim Possibility
07. Iron And Wooden Road
09. Is It Really You
10. Somewhat Delayed Deja-Vu
11. Probably Just A Broken Heart
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