Dan created a myspace page to post home recordings. It’s at myspace.com/nonotenough. The songlist will change all the time. No Not Enough is not a band, but a collection of songs recorded solo between 1995 and the present (2010 and on). They are rough cassette recordings done in the shed, basement, or factory back when. Check it out now and again cause the songs are not meant to stay up there too long.
Here is a review from Terrascope U.K. for our second record “Let’s Open Up the Chest.”
“The Mountain Movers veer more towards Dan Greene’s beautifully crafted psychedelic pop songs about death, love, hope and dread with chiming guitars and swirling organ fills, the occasional flute and some well arranged brass offering a little diversity here and there. Production values are ramped up as well: recorded on 16 track 2 inch tape mixed down to a ¼” two track, the warmth of the sound trickles out of the limited edition vinyl version of this album like molten chocolate. ‘Last Chance for Summer’ has rapidly become a particular favourite around here, and ‘You Know Who I Speak Of’ which closes Side 1 has one of those melodies that the early Rolling Stones were so brilliant at pinning down; so catchy, you swear you must’ve heard it somewhere before. Top marks too for the sleeve-art which Dan Greene also penned (quite literally)…” Phil at Terrascope U.K.