South Of Somewhere is a 13-song album of new material and re-recordings of old material including his classics, "Skybound Station", "Coast To Coast Fever", "Lost My Driving Wheel" and "Climb The Stairs.
Wiffen's third album, South of Somewhere, was released in 1999, twenty-six years after Coast to Coast Fever. At that time, Wiffen had been sober for ten years and had spent six years in preparation and development for the album's production. The album contained a mix of reworkings of some of his older material, such as "Driving Wheel", plus some new songs.
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David Wiffen was born in England in 1942, but the singer/songwriter moved to Canada when he was 16. After playing Toronto's folk venues for a few years, he moved west to Calgary and Vancouver, releasing one solo album in 1965, David Wiffen Live at the Bunkhouse. After playing with the Pacers and th. .
David Wiffen (born March 11, 1942 in Sydenham, London, England) is a Canadian folk music singer-songwriter. Two of his songs, "Driving Wheel" and "More Often Than Not", have become cover standards. Brought up in South London and Claygate, Surrey, Wiffen first sang with the Kingston upon Thames-based Black Cat Skiffle group. Wiffen moved with his family to Canada at age 16, and became part of the burgeoning folk music scene, initially in Toronto.