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Callier, Terry : I don't want to see myself
Back from the dead, [a]Terry Callier[/a] is the man who put the 'Wow, you say he's a mate of Beth Orton's?' into folkie-soul.
the 'Wow, you say he's a mate of Beth Orton's?' into folkie-soul. Influential in the same sort of way that heavy rain is an influence on river valley settlements, Callier has here been made to go a bit samba at the hands of Heller & Farley on this tale of woe, and so he cuts a very odd, if influential, dash indeed. Being played now. In a room where all the cocktails are beige.
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