Colours to the mast time – I am a sucker for dense, mesmeric and dark Blues; this is one of the best around.
Lee Harvey Osmond describes his music as ‘Acid-Folk’ and that is as good as any but this takes in elements of folk, Bayou boogie and North Mississippi Trance-Blues and does them all justice. There is an acid tinge to the whole thing as well as a dark overtone to the music and the combination of breathed vocals and gently played instruments makes you listen closely and absorb all the deranged and romantic sounds they throw at you.
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