Album: Adela Diane, About Farewell (Rusted Blue)
Sunday 28 July 2013
Acoustic American folk in which a divorce is reflected upon and other historical lovers are waved farewell.
But softly and kind-heartedly, in Portland, Oregon. Strings, guitar arpeggios, a ripple of sad cottony contralto … If you have a stomach for confessional poetic ruefulness, then you might find songs here to sit alongside those of Gillian Welch, Devon Sproule and the McGarrigles in your collection of souls in regret. Pleasant, sad, classy and thoughtful. No more than that.
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