Bill Scriven - Visions Of A Brighter Place

Tuesday 1st January 2002
Bill Scriven - Visions Of A Brighter Place
Bill Scriven - Visions Of A Brighter Place

STYLE: Roots/Acoustic
RATING 4 4 4 4
LABEL: Independent

Reviewed by Alan Smith

This is a self-confessed Front Room Production, some of the proceeds going to fund Esther Ruddle as she works in outreach in the Glastonbury area between school and university. An admirable cause! Bill needs to stick to the bucolic flavour that his Somerset twang demands, though. "How Are You?" works, because it's evocative folk at its very best. The Claptonesque tracks simply don't happen at all. Eight tracks for £8.25p is value for money.

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