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Sapphie by Richard Youngs

Sapphie
Vinyl LP - Sealed

Sapphie
by Richard Youngs

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ADAD-JAG-1917
Label:
Jagjaguwar
Genre:
Rock
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Vinyl LP - Sealed
UPC:
656605201917
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Youngs is the king of the progressive minimalists. Melody Maker has called him "poet-seducer of souls" and the "grand-meister of contemporary British improv, spiritual son of Eddie Prevost and Maddy Prior; gentle manipulator of English hymn-notics and religious incantations; challenger and radicaliser of folk, blues, rock, minimalism, and improvisation; translator for the sea and the rain and the sky; ambassador to war and peace, to love and anguish." "Sapphie", originally issued in 1998, was Youngs' fifth solo full-length and quite a unique album in his already unique ouvre. Contains three acoustic tracks spanning over 37 minutes, featuring just classical guitar and voice. It's quiet and introspective and is Youngs' most song-based and personal. For fans of reclusive sages like Nick Drake, Anne Briggs, and Robert Wyatt.
1.Soon It Will Be Fire
2.A Fullness of Light in Your Soul
3.The Graze of Days

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