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This album is 18 tracks of lovelorn, gently strummed acoustic folk from solo singer/songwriter Graeme McNab whose output over the years has been prolific. Apparently he sold all his worldly possessions and is now living in a shack in Thailand. He's penning a book about the life and times of Jon Bon Jovi, an artist that Immigrant has always found inspirational (only joshing - it's good for morale). He is penning a book though. I don't have a clue what its about, but if it's as good as this album it will be well worth checking out. It reminds me of classic singer/songwriters like Paul Simon or mebbe James Taylor. Every song could be a understated emotional classic. He's managed to wring out buckets of mood and feel with just a guitar, a smattering of overdubs and a broken heart. It sounds great this record. I totally liked listening to it. It's quite a beautiful album really. There is an element of humour and lightheartedness running through this album which is fully appreciated. A strong folk classic and one of the nicest records I have heard for ages. Sweet!!
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