DANNY AND THE CHAMPIONS OF THE WORLD "Streets Of Our Time"
"a dusty, wistful sepia-toned postcard from an imagined past, it slots right in between peak Kerouac, Pat Garrett-era Dylan and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young" **** MOJO
"Danny Wilson is turning into one of those artists whose work he has venerated - Ryan Adams, Mark Olson, Bruce Springsteen even" ****
"it would seem fair if Paulo Nutini now held the door open for Danny & The Champions Of The World" ****
THE MAIL ON SUNDAY
"footloose folk music big on soul - a bit special" ****
THE INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY
"a timeless collection of songs steeped in soulful nostalgia" ****
"fragile and rootsy with real depth of feeling"
THE DAILY TELEGRAPH
"the real thing - they are the champions" ****
"lovely, improbably elegiac stuff" ****
"a great unsung country hero"
"A rousing, hypnotic affair"
"country-hued, clankety banjo and lilting lapsteel catchiness"
"Danny shows passion for the trail and the road is wide open" INDEPENDENT INFORMATION
"a joy for fans of bittersweet, deftly underplayed, but hugely heartfelt countrified soul pop-cum-Americana"
"tremendously human... an uplifting uproar"