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- Kensington Blues by Jack Rose
8/10 Jack 6th October 2016
He's been called the natural heir of John Fahey and on his earlier releases managed to evoke the memory of Fahey, Basho and (Sandy) Bull, blending a Mississippi blues drawl, folky americana and eastern influences. I would suggest that this is a significant step forward from those earlier albums, which are excellent, but require a lot more listening to get into. He produces a richer, warmer sound packed with memorable melodies and even greater variety, expanding his repertoire to include a couple of delightful ragtime numbers.
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