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Privateering

Mark Knopfler

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Superb Musical Feast

First time I've dipped into his post Straits work & with first track Redbud Tree, with it's signature lead guitar, thought I'd never been away.
However, this twenty track opus is a different affair &, though, at once, can seem ponderous: each track is beautifully crafted & best stood alone. Best listened to out Loud, through good speakers, in the company of fine friends & fine whiskey, ale or wine. Fabulous from an expert artist.

Amazing

This is absolute class. Mark Knopfler has such talent. If you have to buy one album this year, buy this and you won't be disappointed trust me. Lights off, phone unplugged, glass of your favourite wine in hand and volume turned up and enjoy! Brilliant stuff

Sublime

Absolutely love this new album from Mark Knopfler, easily the best thing he's ever done. Very laid back, very bluesey. I thought he was getting back to form with Get Lucky after the disapointing Kill to get Crimson but he has smashed it with this one. Stunning.

Biography

Born: 12 August 1949 in Glasgow, Scotland

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

The most celebrated British guitar hero to emerge in the 1970s and '80s, Mark Knopfler rose to fame as the leader of Dire Straits, and his songwriting and incisive guitar work played a decisive role in making them an international success story. At a time when punk and new wave were making technique for its own sake seem irrelevant, and metal was taking the guitar solo in noisier and unpredictable directions, Knopfler's clean but dexterous picking proved there was still room for traditionalism and...
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