Anna Calvi and We Must Become the Pitiless Censors of Ourselves by John Maus review

By Jim Pinckney In Music

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20th August, 2011
With more new music, worthwhile reissues and unearthed gems than ever before, it’s rare to be able to let albums grow on you over a period of months. Fortunately, in the case of the eponymous debut from ANNA CALVI (Domino/EMI), perseverance paid off with an album that initially failed to make a huge impression. Opening with unaccompanied flamenco electric guitar and moving through well-worked styles that suggest ...

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