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London Kentish Town Forum
[a]Billy Bragg[/a] pays tribute to [B]WOODY GUTHRIE[/B]; the cracks only show when he resorts to a few crowd pleasers from his own back catalogue...
'Way Over Yonder In A Minor Key' in particular is a great smouldering slab of rawk bravado with its strutting rhythm and cocksure chorus of, "Ain't nobody who can sing like me".
The cracks only show when he resorts to a few crowd pleasers from his own back catalogue; the jubilant 'Waiting For The Great Leap Forward' and the lachrymose 'Tank Park Salute'. His good-humoured admiration of Guthrie cannot mask the fact that, in terms of emotional impact at least, he is a far superior songwriter than his mentor.
The king of political tunesmithery might be dead, then, but long live the king.
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