Friday February 28, 2020

Album reviews: Aoife Nessa Frances, Bill Fay and David Keenan

A new Irish release is in debt to 60s female singers

19th January, 2020
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Aoife Nessa Frances takes the listener on a very different journey

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Aoife Nessa Frances

Land Of No Junction (Basin Rock)

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