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music review:

Timber Timbre

Probably best to listen to in the car on a Sunday afternoon, Timber Timbre opens with a sweetly played banjo, a simple walking chord structure and a voice that’s like a smoother Randy Newman. This album haunts with a bluesy, swaying, mysteriousness using keys, strings and soft percussion picking up just enough in spots to keep things interesting. (Robert Lines)

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