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DODSON AND FOGG-​WARNING SIGNS-UK Acid Prog Folk-NEW CD

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DODSON AND FOGG-WARNING SIGNS-UK Acid Prog Folk-NEW CD

DODSON AND FOGG
[NEW CD]  
NOT SEALED AS ISSUED

LABEL: PRIVATE     
DODSON AND FOGG

WARNING SIGNS (2015)

    
"Exciting new direction. Great production. Chris' best album to date." - James R Turner, CRS
"It’s a little like watching a David Lynch directed version of a Lewis Carroll novel.There are few that can even come close to talent as deep as this."
- Pennyblack Music
"Essential and captivating. Evocative, beautiful and timeless, fresh and accomplished."
- Active Listener
A collection that confirms D&F/Wade to be one of those treasures whose work deserves to be discovered and shared." - Elsewhere
"I find this guy really interesting. I find him fascinating, totally unpredictable." - Graham Reid, Radio Live
"Dodson and Fogg's past albums have been lauded by various niche magazines and websites, but it's about time that people from beyond the underground started to take notice of this band." - Bliss Aquamarine

TRACKS: You Got to Move On, See the Warning Signs, Following the Man, Can You See, Maybe When You Come Back, Everything Changes, Just Stumbling Round, Woman Who Roamed, Oh What A Day, Give It A Little More Time, You Can Make It, Your Work Is Through

 

TERRASCOPE REVIEW:

The ever so prolific and equally wonderful Chris Wade returns with his eighth album (in a little over three years!) This one feels a little more sedate and relaxed, the multi-instrumentalist playing almost everything himself without the usual A-list of accompanists (Celia Humphris, Nik Turner, Allison O’Donnell, et. al.) that have graced previous offerings. However, that doesn’t mean that Wade’s become a beard-stroking troubadour – quite the opposite. His passion for pure rock and blues has been emerging across recent releases, and he rips off quite the gnarly solo in ‘Following The Man’ that should sequester all those ‘acid folkie’ tags to the rubbish bin. Hell, even ‘Maybe When You Come Back’ has quite the Neil Youngish grunge factor leaping off his guitar.

            But Wade still dips into reflective moods every now and then, with ‘Can You See’ and the swaying ‘Oh What A Day’ fondly recalling past triumphs. The dreamy ‘The Woman Who Roamed’ has a laidback Help Yourself vibe that will please all readers of this site, and the always reliable Ricky Romaine drops in for his typically exquisite sitar embellishments on ‘Everything Changes.’ And donning yet another musical hat, the lengthy album closer ‘Your Work Is Through’ focuses on Wade’s keyboard prowess with a medieval pastiche of baroque minuets that transformed me back to the court of Louis XIV for a knockabout weekend on the grounds of his “country house” in Versailles. The whole thing morphs into another vintage Help Yourself/Man/Brinsley Schwarz countrified jam-cum Morris On that’s just about the most perfect setting for a stroll around the grounds at dusk. Too bad it seems to fizzle out and fade away just as the gettin’ was gettin’ good.

Once again defying the laws of diminishing returns, Wade has unleashed a diverse collection of folk, rock, and blues with dollops of funk (the ZZ Top-ish ‘Give It A Little More Time’) that should greatly expand his audience while pleasing fans he’s picked up along the way.

(Jeff Penczak)

 


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