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Album Review: Mick Harvey - 'Sketches From The Book Of The Dead'
A stirring topic that doesn't quite conjure an emotive response
Sadly, a lack of focus in melody and structure means it’s not quite as atmospheric as Mick seems to think, and the doleful likes of ‘The Ballad Of Jay Givens’, with its “scraggy gum trees”, has neither the drama nor the substance of his work with others.
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