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Best Album of 2011

This is honest simple music which evokes the Scottish islands. The mix of instruments and background sounds of ordinary life mix so well with the often poetic, sometimes conversational, lyrics. I love this album.

Lucky Find

I came across this purely by searching Itunes for new tracks... the cover stood out reminding me of Bonnie Prince Billy... had a listen and gotta say... Really do love this. Love the Lucky 13 tracks... it's a bit samey in places... but luckily it's the same good stuff you've been listening to.
I really feel this could be a grower...
Well done whoever produceed this... beautiful... simple yet intelligent!
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Enchanting

Very Beautiful Album Indeed

Biography

Born: Fife, Scotland

Genre: Alternative

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

Scottish singer/songwriter Kenny Anderson is King Creosote, who has also been a part-time member of Magnetophone and U.N.P.O.C., and has performed with Adem. He had previously been the vocalist for Skuobhie Dubh Orchestra and Khartoum Heroes. Anderson has released two dozen CD-Rs on his own label, Fence, a collective assembled along with brothers Een (aka Pip Dylan) and Gordon (aka Lone Pigeon). In 2003 Domino pressed the first proper album Kenny and Beth's Musakal Boatrides, followed in 2005 by...
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