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Ady Johnson, London Songs. Album Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 8.5/10

There is no getting away with the fact that despite it being a sprawling metropolis, a virtual criss-crossed labyrinth of villages encircled by the M25 and bound together by a distinction of purpose rather than the natural order of unity, that the songs of London, from its people through to its incredible history, are always worth hearing, especially when they are in the voice of a musician to whom the streets are not paved with the commonplace or the predictable stare of someone who has immersed themselves too deeply in the capital’s attention, but instead one to whom sees and hears the delight of the unaccustomed and the precious.