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Prospect recommends: the Graham Coxon Power Acoustic Ensemble

By Nick Crowe  

While a member of Blur, multi-instrumentalist Graham Coxon released four solo albums, mixing garage rock, folk and heavy riffs with the band’s trademark power pop. Since his departure from Blur in 2002, Coxon has made three more records. The latest is grounded in a passion for English folk music, heavily influenced by Bert Jansch, and widely regarded as his best to date.

Recorded on analogue equipment and featuring more than its fair share of detuned acoustic instruments, The Spinning Top picks and…

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