Wednesday, May 10, 2017

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A warm and much-needed refuge in turbulent times, or: that new self-titled Joan Shelley album sure is sweet. In a remarkably understated Jeff Tweedy production, the singer and songwriter from Louisville proves a worthy successor to such legendary lady vocalists from the other side of the pond as Sandy Denny, Linda Thompson et al. One more surefire contender for the end of year lists.
Joan Shelley - If The Storms Never Came

4 comments:

FurryBootsCityBoy said...

Definitely a Fairport Convention influence in there. Great vocal and great guitar work.

The Swede said...

You've done it again you bugger! Beautiful stuff from a name I don't know at all, though it appears she's made five albums! (Sigh) This could prove expensive.

Ernie Goggins said...

Great stuff, thanks. Missed her in London earlier this week, but she's coming back in a few months and I definitely need to make that one

Ramone666 said...

My pleasure guys!