Info: Tell no lies - UK press review

fotkaTHE GUARDIAN (UK) – 5/5
“Songs that echo the raw exuberance of the Clash, the rolling blues of muddy waters and the delicacy and grandeur of the ancient griot ballads. Magnificent.”

MOJO (UK) – 4/5
“This is an extraordinary album that leads us deep into their roots.”

THE INDEPENDENT (UK) – 4/5
“The feel throughout is both deceptively open and mesmerically disciplined, a difficult trick to pull off, but one handled here with an apparently effortless panache, and joyous good humour.” 
 
UNCUT (UK) – 4/5
“The deepest trance-blues this side of Timbuktu”
 
THE SUNDAY TIMES (UK) – 4/5
“Tell No Lies is old-fashioned groove that careens from Bo Diddley to West African blues. Soul Science, their debut, was awarded world-music album of the year 2008 by BBC Radio 3, yet that album pales next to its successor, which increases with intensity with no hint that there might be a limit to the seam they are mining.” 
 
THE SUN (UK) – 4/5
“This music blows in like a hot Saharan wind.  It’s an exotic, brilliantly realised example of a happy fusion of cultures.” 
 
SONGLINES (UK) – 5/5
“No one before has made the meeting of these two worlds seem so inevitable, natural and just such damned good fun. Great stuff.”
 
DAILY EXPRESS (UK) – 4/5
“This collaboration with Gambia’s Juldeh Camara is particularly successful. It’s as though an African troubadour wandered into Sun Studios”




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