And that is what is so, so amazing about these three songs; they pull the listener through, maintain his/her interest and, quite personally, amazement.
Pushin’ Against A Stone is Valerie June’s debut album proper and presents an artist who doesn’t pay tribute to the legacy of the blues – she sings it.
Tape Deck Heart is a great album and, with the extra songs, Frank Turner’s best yet.
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