As Certain As Sunrise

Sid’s long awaited second solo album, As Certain As Sunrise, was released September 25, 2005. Containing an unreleased song by the late Doug Sahm and a guest appearance by ex-Faces keyboardist Ian MacLagan it gave Sid the best reviews of his career, including a perfect five star review! Solo dates continue throughout 2008 and are being scheduled for 2009 as well.

SID018 – AS CERTAIN AS SUNRISE – Sid Griffin

SID018 - AS CERTAIN AS SUNRISE - Sid Griffin

The Last Kentucky Waltz/You Tore Me Down/Lost In This World Without You/Alibi Bye/Evidence/Where Bluebirds Fly/Just Let Her Go/Wearing Out My Welcome With The Blues/Faithless Disciple/I Come And Stand At Every Door/Tell Me You Still Sing/Written Upon The Birth Of My Daughter

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Sid Griffin’s long awaited second solo album, his first in eight years and a surprisingly intimate glimpse into his private life. Released Sept 25, 2005 this is melodic acoustic alt-country at its finest although one track, Just Let Her Go, is a Western Electric reunion and not only features the powerful drums of Dave “the Cockney Cowboy” Morgan but is an unreleased song from the late Doug Sahm (Sir Douglas Quintet, Texas Tornadoes) which also features ex-Small Face Ian MacLagan on keyboards.

The album is a great sales success and is readily available as downloadable MP3s via a number of internet sources.

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