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Somewhere Down the Road

The national treasure that is Ralph McTell has produced a superb collection of individually crafted songs borrowing from many musical genres from cajun to French crooner. 'London Apprentice' (which I thought was about a village near me in Cornwall !) turns out to be a Streets of London Mark 2, celebrating the diversity and exhilaration of the capital city.
As with all of Ralph's work, each song improves on hearing. My own favourites are the hauntingly beautiful 'Lantern Sllides' and 'Girl on the Jersey Ferry' and for sheer foot tapping pleasure try 'Rosalinda'.
Buy it; you won't be disappointed!


Born: 03 December 1944 in Farnborough, Kent, England

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Although he's best-known for his classic folk song staple "Streets of London," which first appeared on his Spiral Staircase album in 1969, Ralph McTell is a multi-dimensional guitarist and singer/songwriter who's influenced hundreds of folk singers in Great Britain, Europe, and the U.S. Fortunately, people in the U.S. and Europe are beginning to connect to his vast body of excellent original work, and not just "Streets," which has been recorded more than 200 times by artists as diverse as Bruce...
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