Trevor Tchir – Sky Locked Land

Canadian Trevor Tchir’s fourth album and the first to hit my ears carries the feeling of heavy historicity with it, dense with true life stories of towns no one has ever heard of and tribulations that unless were sung no one would care. Tremendously executed folk and blues is what you’ll find here with full band compositions and one man excapades of cancion rich with harmonica, mandolin, banjo, keyboards and of course guitar. The tunes take solice slightly behind the smooth-like-whiskey voice of Tchir who narrates stories of love, loss and happiness through the eleven track LP. I think I will  have great fun playing this for the rest of this season’s summer days.

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