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    About Back Home – John Denver Remembered: In 1972 his father bought an 8 track cassette of John Denver’s Greatest Hits and for the next five years or so, little else was played in the family car, or for that matter the family home. Songs such as ‘Rocky Mountain High’. ‘Starwood In Aspen’ and ‘Rhymes And Reason’s’ have had a lasting effect on Chris’ musical style and songwriting. The influence of John Denver has never been too hard to spot on Chris’ original albums. Here he remembers the music that inspired and enthralled him in his youth and has continued to do so. In the words of John Denver ‘It’s good to be back home again.’
  • About Live from the Living Room: On the 26th of March 2020 I sat down in my living room and with my wife Sarah as the only physical audience member, performed a short set of original songs. Meanwhile a couple of hundred people from all around the world joined me via Facebook Live. Over the next ten or so weeks I did a show every Tuesday, sometimes performing my own songs, sometimes my favourite songs by other artists and (a lot of the time) the favourite songs of my virtual audience. This album contains twelve of my favourite songs from the ‘Live From The Living Room’ sessions. They have been recorded in exactly the way I performed them during the shows with an acoustic guitar and a couple of microphones. The only overdubs are a harmonica (Angel From Montgomery) a harmony vocal (Old Paint) an English horn (Fields Of Gold) and a mere nod at the achingly beautiful string arrangement from Riverman, Nick Drake’s classic song from 1969.  
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    Annie’s Song (with Cornwall Symphony Chorus) Perhaps Love   |   Take Me Home Country Roads O Holy Night (with Cornwall Symphony Chorus) All proceeds from the sale of this CD will be divided between Little Harbour Children's Hospice South West & Rainbow House Children’s Hospice Musical Director - Alastair Taylor Accompanists -Philip Davey (Organ), Roger Wills (Piano) & Jack Callow (Keyboard) Recorded & Produced by Chris Doggett With thanks to Clive Moon for the Cover Photo
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    Recorded in the studio for a live radio session in September 2017
  • About Colours: Chris’ second album Colours was recorded in 1998 and features Bob Rigby on drums, Neal Morgan on bass and Frazer Fifield on soprano sax. The album went in a more country direction than it’s predecessor and featured live favourites such as ‘1964’ and ‘No More Forever’.    
  • About Colours: Chris’ second album Colours was recorded in 1998 and features Bob Rigby on drums, Neal Morgan on bass and Frazer Fifield on soprano sax. The album went in a more country direction than it’s predecessor and featured live favourites such as ‘1964’ and ‘No More Forever’.
  • About Don’t Forget… Forgive: After a break from writing Chris returned to the studio in 2012 to record Don’t Forget… Forgive with Neal Morgan and Roy Martin on bass and drums respectively plus Tim Chu on bass and vocals, Matt Wells on Dobro and Neil Carr on sax. The album features Chris’ best songs to date and features a diverse range of styles from folk to rock! The song ‘No More Than A Dream’ became a radio hit and firm favourite of American servicemen abroad after it’s daily plays on American Veterans Radio.
  • About Don’t Forget… Forgive: After a break from writing Chris returned to the studio in 2012 to record Don’t Forget… Forgive with Neal Morgan and Roy Martin on bass and drums respectively plus Tim Chu on bass and vocals, Matt Wells on Dobro and Neil Carr on sax. The album features Chris’ best songs to date and features a diverse range of styles from folk to rock! The song ‘No More Than A Dream’ became a radio hit and firm favourite of American servicemen abroad after it’s daily plays on American Veterans Radio
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    About October Already: In 2003 Chris released his third album October Already, recorded at Revolution Studios with legendary producer Andy McPherson (The Who, Teenage Fanclub, Doves). Featuring drummer Roy Martin, Neal Morgan on bass, Ian Wilson and Steve Butler on backing vocals, the album was Chris’ most ambitious to date and features the live favourites ‘Avenham Parade’ and ‘Stars’. October Already also saw the return of Dave Rowlands on pedal steel – his first sessions with Chris since Only Human in 1992.
  • About October Already: In 2003 Chris released his third album October Already, recorded at Revolution Studios with legendary producer Andy McPherson (The Who, Teenage Fanclub, Doves). Featuring drummer Roy Martin, Neal Morgan on bass, Ian Wilson and Steve Butler on backing vocals, the album was Chris’ most ambitious to date and features the live favourites ‘Avenham Parade’ and ‘Stars’. October Already also saw the return of Dave Rowlands on pedal steel – his first sessions with Chris since Only Human in 1992.
  • About Only Human: Chris Bannister recorded his first album Only Human in 1992. Featuring 10 original tracks, the album was produced by Bob Galvin at Chameleon Studios in Liverpool and featured songs like ‘Wild Horses’ and ‘As Bright As The Tears’ which in spite of it’s independent label were played regularly on both Radio 1 and Radio 2. The album was championed by legendary DJ ‘Whispering Bob Harris’.