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Richard Thompson's first full band recording since 1996's You? Me? Us? finds him in impressive form. Drawing its inspiration from the "cultural wasteland" of Thompson's North London youth, Mock Tudor has a variety and a lightness of touch to rival Rumor and Sigh, his most critically acclaimed album of recent years. Opening with the bright R&B of "Cooksferry Queen" and ending with the disturbingly simple "Hope You Like The New Me", Mock Tudor displays the breadth of Thompson's musical palette: the rhythmic "Sibella" contrasting with the thumping power of "Hard On Me"' and the bare emotion of "Dry My Tears And Move On." Other highlights include the perky, catchy rhythm of "Crawl Back Under My Stone" and the lowlife tales of "Sights and Sounds of London Town". Thompson's intricate guitar work is backed by an impressive supporting cast which includes his son, Teddy, while producers Tom Rothrock and Rob Schnapf take to their task with admirable restraint. --Ben Landon
Ignore any review on here with less than 5 stars .One of the great man's very greatest, up there with Bright Lights and Pour Down Like Silver.Published 7 days ago by Deefer
If you like RT rhen buy this album. It was one that I had not had in my collection, I am glad that I have now got a copy, as it fills the gap in my RT collection. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Mrs Cibber
Having recently rediscovered Richard Thompson after his Fairport days, I now have the wonderful job of collecting the albums I have missed. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Derek of the Hesperus
Enjoyed the tracks from this album taken off "The Best Of Capitol Years" so had to have the whole album. Read morePublished on 23 May 2013 by P. R. Phillips
In my opinion the best studio album by a brilliant artiste..and thats saying something when you look at the body of work the guy has produced. Read morePublished on 20 Mar. 2013 by Cumbrianblue11
Wow! Where to start with Mock Tudor! The maestro is on the very finest of form - and that is saying something!
Firstly the somgwriting is exceptional. Read more
Richard Thompson's 1999 album Mock Tudor seems to follow the trend of much of the former Fairport Convention guitarist's solo output. Read morePublished on 26 Feb. 2009 by Greg Farefield-Rose
This album once again displays Thompson's mastery of styles to great effect, whilst the looser production represents a break with the albums that came before. Read morePublished on 27 Oct. 2004 by Peter Uys