‘an album that has its heart and soul in the stirring UK folk of Nick Drake, John Martyn, Richard Thompson and even Donovan. His baritone is a ringer for The The’s Matt Johnson with a touch of Ian Anderson that finds the sweet spot between a growl and a moan. He doesn’t need more than a guitar as is clear on the moving “Pine Ridge,” but when the band joins in, folk rock-with an emphasis on the latter– kicks into high gear. The songs and singing are compelling and Fier’s classy production muscles them up just enough without descending into major label slickness. Jazz bass lines and Norah Jones’ guitarist Adam Levy bring torchy touches but Goodman’s tunes are confident and powerful making this a potent and impressive first release.’
-Hal Horowitz (American Songwriter Magazine)
I was interviewed by DJ Pledge on 1/30/2012, live on East Village Radio.
Link to listen: http://www.eastvillageradio.com/content/content.php?id=3022
I was interviewed live on the radio by Giulia Nuti on the program “Il Popolo Del Blues” on Controradio (Florence Italy 93.6) January 8th 2012
“Cold Wind is a 10 track voyage through real America, as told through the searching eyes of an American poet. The album’s rhythms and melodies are only rivaled by Goodman’s lyrics that strip us down to the naked state of modern reality, while stoking the fires of hope that burn inside us all.”
Innocent Words Magazine
Brooklyn born folk singer Daniel Goodman’s latest LP “Cold Wind” produced by Anton Fier (Jeff Buckley, Mick Jagger, John Zorn) showcases Goodman’s trademark rootsy folk and Americana sound.
Nostalgic and powerful, “Cold Wind” features collaborations from Anton Fier on drums, guitarist Adam Levy (Norah Jones), jazz bassist Arthur Kell, and guitarist Larry Saltzman (Paul Simon). – Amanda F. Dissinger
The Deli Magazine
“Roots-rock singer-songwriter Daniel Goodman shares songs from his new LP, Cold Wind, a collection of lived-in, unsentimental tales abetted by atmospheric production by Golden Palominos main man Anton Fier.”
- Time Out NY
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