When Brian Cadd released his album ‘Silver City’ in February one of the highlights was the moving ‘Everybody’s Leaving’, a song not just about the greats we lost in recent years, but also a statement about our own mortality.
Cadd references Glenn Frey and Prince in the lyrics, “I can sing Desperado, I still walk in the Purple Rain’.
‘Silver City’ is a special album for Brian Cadd. The album, recorded in the USA, comes along almost 50 years after Brian’s early band Axiom’s hit song ‘A Little Ray of Sunshine’. The album has a bookend moment with a new version of the classic included on the album.
Brian Cadd fans should also search out the reissues of his 70s albums ‘Parabrahm’ and ‘Moonshine’, the second and third of his Bootleg Records releases, for the first time on CD.
‘Patabrahm’ from 1973 was the second album. It featured ‘Handyman’ and ‘Keep On Rockin’.
‘Moonshine’ from 1974 contained the classic ‘Let Go’.