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Spleen Cringe North Country Primitive (16) RE: North Country Primitive 07 May 15

If it makes you want to restring that big ole guitar, Gillymor, it's serving its purpose! I love the work of Jack Rose - a talented and sorely missed player. Kensington Blues is a mighty fine album, and his collaborations with the Black Twig Pickers are enormously good fun. I need to check out more of Paul Metzger's stuff. Someone gave me a copy of Deliverance (the perfect name for a banjo album!) a while back - must dig it out and have another listen. Nathan Bowles, from the aforementioned Black Twig Pickers has done a couple of great solo banjo albums recently - well worth seeking out.

More NCP news. We now have a reviews page. Only one review on there so far - Nick Jonah Davis - but more to follow. More reviewers are always welcome - if anyone out there can string a sentence together, is a good, deep listener and likes the old American Primitive/fingerstyle sound, please PM me or get in touch via the website contact page.

Our latest interview is with Dylan Golden Aycock, a guitarist based in Tulsa, Oklahoma. As well as being a nifty player himself (check out the Rise & Shine album, available to stream on Bandcamp), he also runs the excellent Scissor Tail Editions record label that have put out some great releases by Sarah Louise, Nick Castell, Scott Tuma and others and are about to release a couple of potentially awesome albums by Dibson T. Hoffweiler and the wonderful Chuck Johnson.

Here's the link:

"Solo Acoustic Guitar Stands Outside of Time."

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