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The Musician Review Centre The Kaje
“Lyrics that combine tenderness, wit and biting humour, and the result is a very enjoyable experience”. JT707 Review Centre
“The album reflects the ills of modern society, done in a style that brings to mind so many different, yet unique artists, such as James Taylor, Donovan, Nick Drake, Richard Thompson and Gordon Giltrap”.Classic Rock Magazine.
“Highlights come thick and fast throughout the albums duration, tracks such as the stunning Suicide River, a track featuring strings, acoustic and electric guitars and bewitching vocal harmonies that simply intoxicate the listener”. Rhythm and Booze.
“The poignant and classic songcraft that evokes the folk and dusty americana of John Prine, Gram Parsons and in places Mark Knopfler, is a breath of fresh air from the run of the mill bands you tend to hear day by day”.......”With a sound that could permeate any of the last four decades with equal grace, A Travesty Of Justice, in particular, would be at home on either side of the Atlantic”. Whisperinandhollerin.
“Goldilocks’ has to be one of my favourite tracks with its unique sound with a twist on the original tale.‘Mosaic by Nature’ demonstrates Lowe’s haunting voice and ‘Wrong Junction’ is reminiscent at times of Francis Dunnery”....”An album well worth listening to and I look forward to seeing Mr.Lowe live!” The Kaje.
”Sweetley played lead guitar and spot on harmony vocals....surperbly produced and a thoroughly enjoyable listen” The Musician.