Richard Thompson – Acoustic Rarities (2017)

Posted by on September 3, 2017
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“Only heavyweights like Neil Young and Prince are in Thompson’s league when it comes to combined prowess as a writer and a guitar player.” – The Philadelphia Inquirer

“Richard Thompson has been called the finest rock songwriter after Bob Dylan and the best electric guitarist since Jimi Hendrix.” – L.A. Times

“Boasting a guitar tone as recognizable as Dylan’s voice, the legend fuels his six-string histrionics with a dying-light rage…” – SPIN

1. What If
2. They Tore The Hippodrome Down
3. Seven Brothers
4. Rainbow Over The Hill
5. Never Again
6. I Must Have A March
7. I’ll Take All My Sorrows To The Sea
8. Poor Ditching Boy
9. Alexander Graham Bell
10. Sloth
11. Push and Shove
12. End Of The Rainbow
13. Poor Will and The Jolly Hangman
14. She Played Right Into My Hands

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