Thursday, June 10, 2010

Take a dip in the Lakeman


FOLK posterboy Seth Lakeman's new album Hearts And Minds isn't going to win over the hearts and minds of many new fans.
However for his faithful, it will fill their hearts and minds with joy.
Treading a similar sturdy rhythmic folk route as previous triumphs like Kitty Jay and Freedom Fields, there's nothing here to shock traditionalists.
Instead there's just another batch of top notch rousers like See Them Dance and emotional numbers like Stepping Over You to keep Lakeman in his place at the forefront of English folk.

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