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Sunday’s Child : Steve Tilston’s Acoustic Confusion

Bert Janch and John Renbourn were the swinging London singer/songwriter movement ambassadors to the world. Hanging around the London Soho and playing constantly in the leading folk club of the time – Les Cousins, they gained reputation as admirable icons … Continue reading

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An interview with Chris Thompson!

Couple of months ago, I wrote this review about one of the best folk/psych-singer-songwriters I know – Chris Thompson’s debut album. Though remained little known, Thompson’s album from 1973 is a stunning piece of work, combining terrific guitar playing, strong … Continue reading

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Chris Thompson

The first thing you come across when you press “play” to listen to Chris Thompson‘s first and only solo album, is the distinct Indian mood that it evokes. A Tambura hums oriental melodic lines along with an acoustic guitar, until … Continue reading

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