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Sublime.The Master of Blues-Folk serves up another classic.
on 7 May 2001
This album has served me well over the years.It never fails to satisfy that need to just remember how real and simple music can be. How good it is to just sit back and listen to some honest but extraordinary musicianship.This album draws you in and makes you its best friend. Before you know it you'll be constantly coming back to see how it's getting on, to find that it's "doing just fine thank you, and how are you?".
Danny Thompson on double bass with Martyn's distinctive guitar work is surely one of the greatest partnerships of all-time. It is a privelage to have the opportunity to hear how good Blues-folk music can be. This album along with his "Inside Out" and "Solid Air" albums are among the best recordings of the early seventies and demand to be alongside Stevie Wonder, Miles Davis,The Beatles, Stones et al. Do yourself a favour for such a low price you would be getting a serious amount of talent for your money and a lifelong friend who'll be there when you're getting stressed with the world.