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Singer, guitarist and songwriter Ady Johnson’s second album – the follow-up to 2011’s Tell The Worry Dolls, tough there have been a couple of EP releases in the meantime – is an attractive blend of Tom Waits, Ray Davies in his early 70s English eccentric incarnation, David Bowie from around the same time, a bit of skiffle and Sean Taylor’s bluesy London-centric approach. It is an approach that sometimes comes across as misleadingly whimsical, courtesy of the brass arrangements, with songs dealing with domestic violence, dementia and death. The band remake of ‘Whale Song’ suggests both blues and rockabilly, and the use of David Rothon’s atmospheric pedal steel on three tracks and the uilleann pipes on ‘Irish Goodbye’, appropriately enough, show a fine eye and ear for detail If this review has you intrigued, then do check this out.
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