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I am pleased to announce the release of my fourth album of original songs entitled “Child Of The Sixties”.

The songs are as diverse as rock, folk rock, reggae, island swing and country rock.

CHILD OF THE SIXTIES   (Anon “Uncle Joe”/McNinch)
I found the lyrics to this song written as a poem by Anon “Uncle Joe” entitled “Reflections of a Boomer”.
The poem is made up of rock, folk and country song references.
I put music to the poem and added the chorus and re-named it “Child Of The sixties”.

BAHAMA MAMA   (McNinch)
In 2017, I first started taking winter vacations in Cuba.
I wrote this song many years before, never thinking it might be partially prophetic.

COME WITH ME   (McNinch)
I began my musical career as a folk singer in England, heavily influenced by singers like Donovan, Michael Chapman and Fairport Convention.
This was my attempt to write a song in Donovan’s “magical” style.

DOWN THE ROAD I GO   (McNinch)
This is a partly folk, partly country song about the “rock and a hard place” situation of a man juggling the potential love of his life and the freedom of the road.

PRETTY LADY   (McNinch)
Not my usual style. I had fun coming up with an ‘island’/reggae beat for this love song.

VANCOUVER ISLAND   (McNinch)
In 2016, we took a trip out west to BC and spent a memorable week with our good friends Mike and Donna, near Comox, on Vancouver Island.
I was so impressed with the wild beauty of the island that I wrote this song shortly after returning home.

NEVERLAND   (McNinch/Davidson)
A love song based on the Peter Pan and Wendy story.
Debbie Davidson wrote the lyrics for this song.
I wrote the music and together we fine-tuned it.
For the album I asked the very talented Mandi Craddock to share the vocals.

DON’T KNOW WHERE I’M GOING   (McNinch)
A folk song about getting from A to B with whatever means are available in an unspecified time frame.
Not sure where ‘B’ is, but please join me. It’ll be fun!

IN PARADISE   (McNinch)
Another “island music” style song about getting away from the “rat race” and enjoying life’s simple pleasures like, sun, beautiful women, rum and tequila.

SIT BESIDE THE FIRE   (McNinch)
I often write reflective songs about the pleasures of past friendships and acquaintances, and what the future might hold, however happy or sad it might be.

I hope you enjoy listening to these songs and perhaps you’ll download it to enjoy many times over.

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