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Ah, this is lovely. A couple of pretty little pastoral songs from Lux Harmonium. They've a slight psychedelic edge to them but essentially this is pretty straight folk-type stuff for those who like a good fingerpicker. On 'The Bones You Break' he's got a backing band and it's relatively upbeat, while B-side 'Camel Bones', disconcertingly at 33rpm while the A is at 45, is a rich and atmospheric Fahey-style plucker that'll go down well with anyone who appreciates his heady atmospherics. I have to say that I'm more of a fan of his guitar playing than his singing and as a result this side is for me the more satisfying of the two since there's no backing instruments or vocals cluttering up the sound and it's superbly recorded with a steely, resonant tone that's perfectly suited to his style of playing. The one in my hand came with a really cool sticker, too. I'm presuming they all do.
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- The Bones You Break/ Camel Bones by Lux Harmonium
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