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Our Brian was smitten with Mary Epworth & The Jubilee Band’s previous 7” and I concur that something fairly unique was happening there. For the follow up single ‘Black Doe’ Mary’s vocal is a little more sultry to begin with, but nonetheless powerful. The band are in full on folk rock mode, building layers of banjo, fiddle and fuzz to create a psychedelic track that feels like its been a ...

7" £5.49 HOG-45-03

7\" in unique printed sleeves. Edn of 100 copies on Hand Of Glory.

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Lean/ Black Doe by Mary Epworth & The Jubilee Band
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8/10 Ant Staff review, 22 October 2009
Our Brian was smitten with Mary Epworth & The Jubilee Band’s previous 7” and I concur that something fairly unique was happening there. For the follow up single ‘Black Doe’ Mary’s vocal is a little more sultry to begin with, but nonetheless powerful. The band are in full on folk rock mode, building layers of banjo, fiddle and fuzz to create a psychedelic track that feels like its been a prize score at a car boot sale. Like a lost 60’s gem that’s just been dusted off after being forgotten about and primed for a new generation of ears. This sounds a little sleazy to me too, in the best possible way. Actually fans of Starless & Bible Black may find something pleasurable here. Out on Hand of Glory and a limited number are available in unique hand lino printed jackets. 

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