One of the UK’s most distinctive voices, here in trio format Jackson ranges from stark and atmospheric blues to soulful doo-wop and the almost hymnal on songs that can be both playful, such as Cherry Picker and Aimee, or cut to the emotional quick, as he does on Red Oak’s true story of wartime love and loss and the deeply personal celebration of his late paternal grandmother, A Queen In Her Own Way. All topped off by a sublime version of Who Knows Where The Time Goes. Simply awesome.
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