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The Bearded Gypsy Band

Story by Regi Su This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Blue Mountains Blues, Roots and Folk Festival in Katoomba. On the Saturday night, I looked at my watch, marked the darkness cooling the earth and trundled across to the Katoomba RSL to catch the Bearded Gypsy band. Although amused to find them quite […]

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Photos by John Snelson Rootsy indie rock 3-piece Eddie Boyd and The Phatapillars have just withstood 12 months of touring, sleeping on the beach, breaking down in the van, and generally living out the lyrics of ACDC’s ‘Long Way To The Top’. Despite this they’ve still managed to put together a debut EP, ‘A Lover and […]

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Luke Escombe

Story by John Snelson “Creeper Vine” is the new record from singer-songwriter/guitarist Luke Escombe. Luke’s tour is well under way now with the QLD dates done and dusted He is playing The Rainbow Hotel this weekend in Fitzroy before heading back to Newcastle and Sydney to show off his wares. If you aren’t familiar with the Luke […]

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“Little By Little A Little Later” Lincoln MacKinnon

Review by Rufus Onfire The creative process in the life of a musician – some like controlled chaos, others go for solitude in a burrow of paradise away from the hassle seeking their own slice of inspiration to create their latest piece of work. For Melbourne’s Lincoln Mackinnon, his special place and new hometown was […]

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Roxette Plays the Sydney Opera House

Story & Photos by Ant Ritz Roxette put on a brilliantly upbeat show at the Sydney Opera House. The venue is a delightful and picturesque location for an outdoor concert and the weather was perfect and the music was all of what we remembered – masterful catchy pop. From the very first song, Roxette had […]

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Bluesfest – Final Announcement

Angus & Julia Stone  Boy & Bear Sticky Fingers Jurassic 5 Additional Thursday show.   Festival Director Peter Noble is gushing over the latest additions: “To be adding Angus & Julia Stone, Boy & Bear, Sticky Fingers and an additional performance from Jurassic 5 only three weeks out of the Festival is a huge milestone.  This is a time when […]

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The Bearded Gypsy Band

Story by Regi Su

This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Blue Mountains Blues, Roots and Folk Festival in Katoomba. On the Saturday night, I looked at my watch, marked the darkness cooling the earth and trundled across to the Katoomba RSL to catch the Bearded Gypsy band.

Although amused to find them quite beardless, I was more surprised to discover such a young band had graced the stage, so late in the evening. I hoped they were good, otherwise this rowdy, drunk knee-ed audience in the local pub would clap them off stage.

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Boy, did they see my concerns and, raise me one- they were fantastic. What the band lacked in beards, it made up for in sheer talent. They were energetic, a passion that filtered through the willing audience which held long into the night. They were tight, their individual talents on fiddle, acoustic guitar, bass and drums were crisp. They were well polished and their integration of instrumental solos were seamless. The drums and bass held the sound together like how, keeping beat and maintaining tempo, while instruments like the fiddle, ukelele, mandolin and both acoustic and electric guitars took flight.

They were a clever fusion of old melodies, taking inspiration from Celtic blues and gypsy jazz, and creating a new monster that was a little cafe jazz, a little bluegrass. Whatever genre they took notes from, they showed they were versatile and flexible, not only replicating a well loved and recognised vibe, but also creating a soundscape that was uniquely theirs- an eclectic hybrid. While their vocals were good, their instrumentals were electrifying on stage, creating tunes that got most of the crowd up and dancing.

Upon researching more about them, I was pleased to find that their career is already a did one, having supported the Beards and the Cat Empire. At the moment, they’re touring nationally, so I hope to see them around.

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Rootsy indie rock 3-piece Eddie Boyd and The Phatapillars have just withstood 12 months of touring, sleeping on the beach, breaking down in the van, and generally living out the lyrics of ACDC’s ‘Long Way To The Top’. Despite this they’ve still managed to put together a debut EP, ‘A Lover and a Fool‘ due for release at Bluesfest in Byron Bay this easter.

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Eddie & The Phatapillars

The 5 track EP, and in particular the lead track ‘Bad Timing‘ sums up the best of The Phatapillars story so far – showcasing the themes of heartache, self-delusion and lust, with singer-songwriter Eddie Boyd playing it from the heart and serving it up with just the right amount of gravel and middle finger. The rhythm section’s hyper onstage energy level has been translated well to disc, and the release has the feel of a young band that have already found their sound.

AJS_7910_1409xxEddie Boyd and The Phatapillars have had a dream run since forming in 2013, winning the prestigious Bluesfest Busking competition in 2014, signing a management deal with Rhythm Section, (who also look after Chase The Sun and Claude Hay).

To celebrate the release of the EP Eddie Boyd and The Phatapillars will be taking their show on the road on an east coast tour that winds its way from Brisbane to Melbourne over three sweaty weeks.

‘A Lover and a Fool’ is available from all online retailers from April 1

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Luke Escombe

Story by John Snelson

“Creeper Vine” is the new record from singer-songwriter/guitarist Luke Escombe.

Luke’s tour is well under way now with the QLD dates done and dusted

  • Luke EscombeHe is playing The Rainbow Hotel this weekend in Fitzroy before heading back to Newcastle and Sydney to show off his wares.

If you aren’t familiar with the Luke yet, check out some of his  past amazing video clips.

They are done really well and are pretty funny too.

He will be releasing a fresh clip for the new release soon but the below clips are a great example of what to expect.

Click HERE to listen and/or download the new release “Creeper Vine”.

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“Little By Little A Little Later” Lincoln MacKinnon

Review by Rufus Onfire

The creative process in the life of a musician – some like controlled chaos, others go for solitude in a burrow of paradise away from the hassle seeking their own slice of inspiration to create their latest piece of work.

Lincoln2For Melbourne’s Lincoln Mackinnon, his special place and new hometown was somewhere no one would expect. Tennant Creek in the top end of Australia was the place to be for this singer-songwriter to piece together the framework of his debut solo album we have before us.

Recorded back In Melbourne, sound wise it’s bluesy and rootsy feel throughout, from the stomping opener “Only A Fool” rolling into “Lonely Door” it’s as if you’re there with Mackinnon on a bar stool in a country pub enjoying a beer while the surrounding harsh ground of the territory is the backdrop for tales of intrigue, romance and getting by in these parts.

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“Hold Me Dear” sees the other musos used on the album in full flight rollicking along for 6 plus minutes that surely has set closer written all over it when played live, while the ode to his former home “Melbourne Town” wreaks of being on the road, windows down cruising into town as the sun goes down and the day’s event are settled.

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Every album needs a “hello I’m here” moment and on the first single “Murder in The Market Place” when the chorus kicks in you can just imagine punters being awoken from their slumber as Mackinnon the storyteller gets their attention superbly.

Blues scholars will enjoy “Leave Me Babe” and “Amazing Child”, lovers of the moody and broody will take to “Never Wanna See You Again” and “Backyard” (is that Cave & The Bad Seeds influence I hear in there?) while closer “Day You Came” has that southern style Americana swagger that rounds thing out nicely.

Mackinnon now has the Wrecking Train in cahoots with him as they hit the road to bang these tracks out live while at the same time getting stuck into album #2 as well!

No longer the Melbourne expat or Tennant Creeks best kept secret, Lincoln Mackinnon’s debut should see him gain a wider audience off the back of this fine release, and shake the cobwebs at a dusty seedy bar near you sometime soon as well!

 

Rating 4/5

 

Roxette Plays the Sydney Opera House

Story & Photos by Ant Ritz

Roxette put on a brilliantly upbeat show at the Sydney Opera House.

DSC_6361CrowdThe venue is a delightful and picturesque location for an outdoor concert and the weather was perfect and the music was all of what we remembered – masterful catchy pop.

DSC_6443aFrom the very first song, Roxette had the crowd on their feet and they didn’t sit down, despite the occasional cry from the inevitable wowser, for the entire show.  It was perhaps surprisingly upbeat, because 56 year old Marie Fredriksson, performed the entire show seated. She was actually assisted to her chair at the beginning of the performance and remained seated until the end of the final encore.

DSC_6370aFredriksson was diagnosed with cancer of the brain in 2002, so presumably(?) this is a legacy of that illness. However, reports are that she no longer requires treatment for cancer.  Despite being seated, she pulled it off with style. She still looked like one of “the great rock chicks” sitting crossed legged for the entire show. Somehow she still appeared to exude energy and enthusiasm.

DSC_6447aOn the other hand, at lot of the energy also came from Marie’s partner in Roxette – Per Gessle (also 56 years old), who rocked and strutted and danced around the stage like he was still 21. Per Gessle has always been the main songwriter of the band/duo and there is no doubt that they have been master architects of pop.

DSC_6493aRoxette were formed in 1986 and its easy to forget just how many hits they have had over the decades. Every song was a well known song and the audience more often than not was enthusiastically singling along.  They have been touring again internationally on and off since 2011, so they are be bound to be back in Australia with a few years.

Roxette Set List – Sydney Opera House – 25th February 2015

Sleeping In My Car
The Big L
Stars
Spending My Time
Crash! Boom! Bang!
Crush On You
She’s Got Nothing On (But The Radio)
Watercolours In The Rain
Fading Like A Flower (Every Time You Leave)
How Do You Do!
It Must Have Been Love
Dressed For Success
Dangerous
Joyride
Listen To Your Heart
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Bluesfest – Final Announcement

Angus & Julia Stone 
Boy & Bear
Sticky Fingers
Jurassic 5
Additional Thursday show.
 
Festival Director Peter Noble is gushing over the latest additions:
“To be adding Angus & Julia StoneBoy & Bear, Sticky Fingers and an additional performance from Jurassic 5 only three weeks out of the Festival is a huge milestone.  This is a time when all artists are truly locked away and no further announcements are scheduled. We have now added a whole slew of Australia’s best contemporary talent.  Angus & Julia just performed on the steps at Sydney Opera House – selling 5,000 Tickets.
The StiFi’s haven’t had ANY shows on their current tour NOT sell out. Boy & Bear have not been playing ANY shows since their sell-out tour last year, and have not performed on any Australian festival for over 2 years.
And, what can you say about Jurassic 5 other than they are bloody INCREDIBLE!
 
The newly added artists will be performing alongside these incredible musicians on Bluesfest’s opening night – Thursday 2nd of April: Counting Crows, Hozier, Jimmy Cliff, Keb’ Mo’, Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, SOJA, Justin Townes Earle, Chris Robinson Band, Nikki Hill, Diesel n’ Dub, Augie March and so many more!
It’s going to be Jammin!”
 
Ben Howard reschedule information:
We are sorry to report that Ben Howard will not be performing at Bluesfest this year. It’s only 3 weeks since he finished his spectacularly successful US tour and he has now decided to update his show, working some new musicians into his band.
Ben is a perfectionist and he feels he needs a little more time to work on his show, so it will be at the level his fans have come to expect when he comes to Australia.
As a result he is rescheduling his tour by 6 weeks in order to complete rehearsals. Of course we would prefer Ben to be playing at Bluesfest and we know his fans will be disappointed. Check out
Thursday single day refunds for those who were only coming to see him will be made available until 19th of March by calling the office on 02 66858310.
Read more about the artists that make up the Final Thursday @ Bluesfest Artist Announcement:
ANGUS & JULIA STONE
“Call it a coming of age or a re-invention, but the new self titled record by Angus & Julia is the most exciting, visceral listen yet”
 
Australian sibling troubadours Angus & Julia Stone are returning to Bluesfest after six years!
 
The darlings of Australian folk-pop have catapulted from their humble beginnings in Sydney’s Northern Beaches to international notoriety since their debut in 2007.
 
Equally enjoying incredible success as solo artists, together Angus & Julia have conquered the Australian charts, radio waves, and awards ceremonies, particularly with the multi-platinum selling, No. 1 album Down The Way, which topped the Triple J Hottest 100 and gave us anthems like ‘Big Jet Plane’, and ‘And the Boys,’ the former winning ARIA Song of the Year.
 
At the end of 2014 they delivered a captivating self-titled third album– produced by the legendary Rick Rubin & speculated as possibly their best yet. Debuting at No. 1 and already achieving gold status, it lead with the Top 40 single ‘Heart Beats Slow’, and has received world-wide critical acclaim.
 
Rubin comments ‘‘this album is extraordinaryAngus and Julia are truly unique musicians… they are authentic and pure people who do things from the heart. I’ve never worked with anyone like them before.”
 
Bluesfest proudly welcomes Angus and Julia back for what is sure to be a dazzling, rousing set!
 
BOY & BEAR
Their live performances are energetic and full of endearing crowd-interaction” – Music Feeds
The meteoric success of Moonfire left many in little doubt that Boy & Bear had a big future in the music world and having backed up their first album with the equally impressive Harlequin Dream, and one heck of a live show, it’s clear that these guys are here to stay” – Dwarf
One of the hottest Australian bands to arrive in years, Boy & Bear makes their Bluesfest debut in 2015.
In only six years since winning Triple J’s Unearthed, the Sydney quintet have made serious inroads, touring the world over with their platinum-selling debut ‘Moonfire’, which won five ARIA awards including Album of the Year.
Confidently intertwining folk and pop, Boy & Bear received new fans after releasing their cover of Neil Finn’s ‘Fall at your Feet’ for the popular ‘He Will Have his Way’ compilation. The song was produced by ARIA winning Wayne Connolly, who then went on to produce the and sophomore album Harlequin Dream, which boasted a No. 1 debut in the ARIA charts, two songs in Triple J’s Hottest 100, and attracted Aus Music, Triple J & Rolling Stone award nominations. The hit single ‘Southern Sun’ was the number 1 added song to non commercial US radio in 2013.
Continually making international heads turn, USA Today named them as one of “five Australian acts you need to know”.
Bluesfest is excited to be the only gig to take them out of the studio at this time, making this a special Australian performance. Catch this ascending band helping us celebrate opening night!
STICKY FINGERS
 
 “…an impressive set from the young Sydney band, who showed their skill in fusing an eclectic mix of genres to produce upbeat music oozing both soul and funk. And they did it all with a charismatic sense of youthful reckless abandon. They’ll definitely be a band to keep an eye on into the future
– News Unlimited
There is something good about finding a band just as honest as Sticky Fingers high on the triple j rotation list. Another with that loose reggae feeling underpinning Caress Your Soul (Independant), which works as pop music, but not the disposable kind” – Drum Media
One of the hottest names in Australian music right now, Sticky Fingers are making their Bluesfest debut in 2015.
A melting pot of reggae, psych & pop, the Sydney band’s 2013 debut album, ‘Caress Your Soul’ made the Top 40, delivered multiple charting singles and a spot on Triple J Hottest 100. Three singles went onto high rotation on national Australian radio and the title track peaked at #17 on the ARIA single charts.
They’ve since played for pack-out crowds across Australia, UK and Europe, including several festivals.
Last year ‘Land of Pleasure’ was released to great reception. It showcases a developing maturity in the band and even more miscellany as they apply sweeping ballads, dub, electronica and instant summer party anthems to their already diverse, fresh sound. The live set is an unapologetic, spirited good time.
One of the best times you will have is at a Sticky Fingers set – and they will bring the party on Bluesfest opening night – get amongst it!
JURASSIC 5 – Hip royalty amping up Thursday night!
“It’s hard to summarise a show that holds you in an audible trance the whole way through and a crew of MC’s that each uniquely have you at their every beck and call”-– THE BEAT
Due to overwhelming demand, Jurassic 5 are back in Australia and fans are now able to catch them twice at Bluesfest, on opening night, Thursday 2nd of April as well as on Easter Sunday 5th of April. LA’s Pioneer MCs are bringing the original beats & rhymes that hip-hip was built on all the way to Tyagarah Tree Farm!
Jurassic 5 formed in the early nineties and quickly became known as one of the most soulful and socially aware hip-hop groups of the LA underground scene.
After a six year hiatus, the group reformed in 2013 to storm the stage at Coachella, Glastonbury and now for lucky Australian fans at Bluesfest. Rhythmic vocal deliveries from five of the finest MCs in the world backed by heavy beats and bass. This hell-raising show from one of the world’s most exciting groups is not to be missed!
J5 will put on the best party Byron will see all year – opening night is going to be a kicker!
Bluesfest Tickets continue to sell fast and most Festival camping has now sold out. Camping is still available for Thursday, Sunday and Monday night of the Festival. Patrons are urged to check out alternative options via the Bluesfest website.
 
Bluesfest playing schedule is available on www.bluesfest.com.au.
 
All festival and camping tickets are on sale through www.bluesfest.com.au or phone the office on 02 6685 8310.
Tickets are also available through Moshtixwww.moshtix.com.auand Ticketmaster www.ticketmaster.com.au.
 
For Media Enquiries please contact:
Gaynor Crawford Bluesfest Publicist 
Tel: +61 (0) 2 6685 9714
Mob: +61 (0) 409 250 510
Email: gaynor@gaynorcrawford.com www.bluesfest.com.au Ph: +61(0)2 6685 8310Fax: +61(0)2 6685 8370 Bluesfest Facebook: www.facebook.com/bluesfestbyronbay Bluesfest Twitter: @bluesfestbyron   Bluesfest Instagram:bluesfestbyronbay

Chase The Sun

Story & Photos by John Snelson

Fantastic performance on Saturday afternoon on another of Tony Cini’s Blues On The Water Cruises on Sydney Harbour by the best blues/rock band in Sydney, Chase The Sun.  (More photos here )

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Jan Rynsaardt – Fabulous Blues/Rock Guitar

Returning from a hiatus period, Chase has lost none of its oomph and power, from the driving drums of Jon Howell to the colourful bass playing of Ryan Van Gennip … to the virtuosity of legendary guitarist Jan Rynsaardt.

Some old favourites were on the play list including “Peaches and Cream” and “Pants” a few covers to get us dancin’ – plus the normal sit-down slide session on the steel Fender.

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A great show with the band at its sartorial best, shorts, thongs and t-shirts … no, I tell a lie, Ryan must have been going for an interview as he was wearing a shirt. Ha !

Nevermind what they look like, this Chase The Sun is the best modern blues band in Sydney if not Australia.

They are also such nice guys, they even let Tony Cini sing with them.

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Tony Cini – says he’s one of us

Onya Tone !

Eddie Boyd & The Phatapillars

Story & Photos by John Snelson

Tony Cini reckons that Eddie Boyd & The Phatapillars will be the next big thing and he may well be right. There’s some talent here, no doubt about that.

Eddie & The Phatapillars

Eddie & The Phatapillars

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Eddie is nothing if not an enigma. He is full of beans and chucks himself around something rotten, but hey, this is good stuff with hands on guitar, uke and the gobiron … terrific stuff.

If you want to party invite the Phatapillars and Eddie of course, as these guys know how to pump out a bit of attitude.

Eddie Boyd - and yes, he's a really nice guy too as are all of the Phatapillars

Eddie Boyd – and yes, he’s a really nice guy too as are all of the Phatapillars

Great band, great music … all on Tony Cini’s latest Blues On The Water Cruise just a few days ago on Saturday afternoon.

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Blues On The Water

Story and Photos by John Snelson

Tony Cini turned it on again on Saturday.

Anytime is a beaut time to be on Sydney Harbour – it’s a beaut boat time.

The weather was tops, the music was terrific, the food was tasty and the times yeah, t’was good too all round.  What a fantastic afternoon !

Tony was selling his “Blues On The Water” t-shirts at such a great price people were buying crates of them and jumping overboard – some of them stuck around to enjoy the music and smile at the dicky bird.
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Some more shots right here of the crowd having a good time. Well why wouldn’t we with bands like Chase The Sun …

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… and Eddie and The Phatapillars

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Eddie & The Phatapillars

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Noel Gallagher is Chasing Yesterday

Album Review by Rufus Onfire

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Chasing Yesterday

Life’s been good to the man known as “The Chief” of late.

(Pssst … “That’s not me although it hasn’t been too shabby either”) Ed.)

Solid first up solo release, overseeing the expansive uber reissues of his old band’s generation defining first 2 albums as well as seeing his beloved Man City bag a couple of bits of silverware for good measure as well.

Chasing_Yesterday_cover_artSo where to here on the follow up which for a while was looking like being a completely different end product all together?

The Amorphous Androgynous collaboration which was slated to follow his 2011 self-titled debut and take us in a different direction was shelved come 2014, so was his regular recording place and knob twiddler as well, with Dave Sardy occupied elsewhere and the sunny skies of LA giving way for some self production action in a studio not far from home in London.

Sure, Noel was the main contributor song wise early in the career of Oasis but towards the end of their run it became more of a democracy where others were invited in to help in what was for the most a formulaic process of the straight up rock we grew to know and love or pan depending which side of the fence you sat on.

Solo wise though like many other before it presented Gallagher with the chance to spread his wings and take other styles and sounds in, and none more so here than on the superb opening track “Riverman” it’s muse drawn from a 70’s track Morrissey had put him on to with its gliding feel and chiming in saxophone (sax and Noel, you better believe it folks) here the ideal segueway into the first taste we got of this record late last year “In The Heat Of The Moment” underpinned by a fuzz bass like sound to great effect.

The Girl With X-Ray Eyes” draws on psychedelia and balladry that only the input of the Stacey brothers Jeremy and Paul can bring to the table sound wise (the brothers having also worked with the Finn Brothers a decade ago), while those pining for the familiar sounds get their wish when the chorus of a 2 decade old demo (My Sister Lover) is transplanted into a ball tearer of a tune “Lock All The Doors” that has live set highlight written all over it, sublime.

Gallagher has always had a steady kitbag of songs at the ready, and “The Dying Of The Light” sounds like one that could have been a handy addition on the debut, while the so called “Space Jazz” moment the Chief has spoken of pre-release is the wandering sax that pops in and out on the breezy groove and horn fest that is “The Right Stuff” (cue a late night video filmed around the streets of the capital coming to an imaginary mind near you).

Never one to not occasionally reference the titles and themes of others in lyrics “While The Song Remains The Same” wreaks of classic early 70’s rock, it’s title a familiar nod to someone else while the snippets of sounds blended together here with some great percussion work result in a track that jumps out of the speakers to great effect.

We also get a disco/new wave foot tapping beat double shot of sorts too here with “The Mexican” and “You Know We Can’t Go Back” a ying and yang of guitar sounds spliced in with the right mix of rhythm and those horns again to somehow complement each other perfectly.

And then the closer, the steady beat and bass line of current single “Ballad Of Mighty I” is kept steady by the Chief’s axe but enhanced to stunning effect by his old mate Johnny Marr doing what Johnny Marr does when called on to add his bit, that brush of class on an already impressive canvas.

10 songs in total, get in and out in good time and look to deliver in the process. Long-time fans like yours truly may wonder what might have been had album #2 matched what was originally on the menu, but the alternate dish offered up instead in an age of manufactured and generic machine like fodder is something to savour and devour with satisfied pleasure.

“Life really is good for The Chief right now isn’t it !”.

Rating 4.5/5


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