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Tuesday 9th June 2009

Northumberland's Mike Kelcey releases second CD

NORTHUMBERLAND-based singer/songwriter Mike Kelcey has released a new album, 'Strange Things Afoot At The Circle K'. The project was produced by Yfriday's Dez Minto. Said Kelcey, "While 'Surrender' (Kelcey's previous release) was angst, this one is flippant." CR

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Posted by mike in cramlington @ 18:00 on Jun 24 2009

why thank you kind sir! i quite like immortal - i know sam says it's the best thing i've written yet. verse two of i broke a vase ("my name is stephen and my lodger's..." could well appear on the next CD)

Posted by Adam Gray in Whitley Bay, Tyne and Wear @ 15:15 on Jun 22 2009

The best of Mike's albums, I would say. The tracks 'Fade Away (A Sexual Lament)' and instrumental 'Jessie's Song' are particular favourites. One can't help but be intrigued as to the inspiration for 'I Broke a Vase'.

The backing for 'Friends' has a flavour of Kinobe's 'Slip Into Something More Comfortable'.

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