Any album that sounds like a “Best of…” rather than a regular, full-length release is obviously the product of an artist you need to make a mental note of. And such is the craftsmanship of the songs found on How to Love that you could be forgiven for thinking this is a career retrospective rather than merely the next sonic chapter in an artists creative story. And had I been doing then what I now do back when Del Amitri’s Waking Hours came out, I would have written much the same. I mention this because Dan Wilson, the…

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