Silence... then a Hammond purrs warmly and softly before the distinctive rusty sound of a Dobro-slide snaps into the scene, that familiar image we know from Sergio Leone's Western, dusty prairie and then, in the distance, the cajon's hoofbeats and the guitar. This is how the new album as the tides are turning again by the Italian-German-Canadian-Spanish indie folk band Sleepwalker's Station begins. The band is always formed around the singer/songwriter Daniel del Valle in new and different constellations, and so this symbiosis, which is to be understood more as a concept than a band in the traditional sense, consists of twelve elements from five different countries, which, depending on the place and type of the performances in different occupations. It is the music itself that draws the common thread through the colorful tapestry of sound, which is partly made up of melancholic, autumnal folk songs through to melodies with an Indian or even Irish touch.
01 Democracy etc. 02 'Round the bend 03 By the way 04 Don Quixote De La Mancha 05 Old shoes 06 The name of a prophet 07 Colors on concrete 08 Indian ocean 09 Baile atha cliath 10 About the tides 11 Hiding from the news 12 Challenging philosophy 13 About a friend 14 dead wallabies on the side of the road