Allysen Callery Ghost Folk Reviews reviews

“Ghost Folk” review by Terrascope

“This is the ninth studio album from New England folk artist Allysen Callery, where haunting songs are delivered expertly by unadorned finger picked acoustic guitar. It is fairly stark and draws heavily from the British based folk artists who rose up in the late sixties and early seventies. She is certainly a terrific finger picking guitar player with a voice in which I hear shades of Shirley Collins. This is one of those albums for long dark winter nights with a flickering fire and a glass full of malt whisky.”

Andrew Young / Terrascope UK

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