While living in a 35-person village in the mountains of Corsica, David Berkeley wrote the most haunting and powerful music of his life. Upon returning to the U.S., he began recording a collection of these songs. The result, to be released on JANUARY 25, 2011, is Berkeley’s 4th studio album, Some Kind of Cure, rich with the images from that Mediterranean island and even the sounds of the village church bell and Corsican singers that David recorded while there.
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Dubbed “a musical poet” by the SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE with, “emotional story-telling lyrics, charismatic stage presence, and hilarious anecdotes” (June Wulff, THE BOSTON GLOBE), Berkeley has also written an accompanying book of short stories (one for each of the 13 tracks), 140 Goats and a Guitar – the Stories behind Some Kind of Cure, to be released in conjunction with the album.