Tag Archives: singer-songwriter

BEAU – Kingdom Of The Blind

May 4, 2023

Cherry Red 2023 English minstrel locates mysteries all around to crack enigmas in the world where sightlessness reigns. Listening to another set of epistles from the Leeds minstrel – his tenth gospel in ten glorious years – is not a … Continue reading

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GRIFF PETERS – Canyons And Waves

April 22, 2023

Impropriety 2022 A quietly disturbing paean to the precious art of living from a San Diego minstrel. Even knowing that this singer-songwriter graduated from Berklee – an oxymoron of sorts – can’t prepare the listener for surprises that are concealed … Continue reading

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March 13, 2023

Talking Elephant 2023 Debuting with song cycle whose title means “shelter” and whose music enshrouds one’s soul in fragile warmth, English folk-shifting chanteuse finds her way to a welcoming home. Once in a while, artists come forth that, being slightly … Continue reading

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JIM BAUMER – Living In Some Strange Days

May 21, 2022

Jim Baumer 2022 Soothing his anguish and stoking his anger at today’s agenda, a bard from Biddeford struggles to find peace of mind. More known as an author and small press publisher, Jim Baumer’s been an amateur guitarist for quarter-century, … Continue reading

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BEAU – Al Killem’s Final Show

April 2, 2022

Cherry Red 2022 Moving outside of proverbial narrative to make a stand, English troubadour-cum-troublemaker delivers a searing comment on societal woes. The album-a-year run that Trevor Midgley’s been for a decade now may seem like stretching it in terms of … Continue reading

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