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Truly Talented Dude

I had my admittedly large iTunes library on shuffle today, and rediscovered this album. I quickly played and replayed the whole album, there truly isn’t a bad track on it - very rare, but true.

I was lucky enough to buy the album from the man himself when he visited the UK, many years ago. He was billed to play in the upstairs of my local pub in Stourbridge (The Mitre, for anyone who knows it). Armed with his trusty iPod for backing, and his beautiful guitar, a wonderful evening was had by all, and I just couldn’t get his mellow melodies and gorgeously expressive lyrics out of my head for weeks.

Finding this in my library has made my day, really truly wonderful, a must buy.

Biography

Born: New York, NY

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Ian Love was born and raised in New York City, where he got his first guitar at the age of 11. By his early teens, he was playing in a punk/hardcore band called Burn while attending the prestigious High School of Performing Arts. After a little over a year there, he quit school to go on tour, ending his formal education. From the ages of 17 to 23, he was addicted to heroin, which dominated his life although he also played in bands, notably handling bass guitar for the noise-rock group Die 116. At...
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