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Foreglow – Ranzel X Kendrick (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

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Opening with the beautiful Cross My Heart, this new EP from the wonderfully monikered Ranzel X Kendrick is a fine and understated affair, as...

Cross My Heart (ft. Rebecca White) – Ranzel X Kendrick (reviewed...

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You always know that you are going to get something chilled and melodic, full of grace and groove when a Ranzel X Kendrick record...

Like A Child – Ranzel X Kendrick (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

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There is a fine line between making music that is "loose" and music that simply doesn't have it together. The latter marks someone out...

Joan of Ottawa – Alias Wayne (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

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Alias Wayne is one of those chameleon-like artists shifting musical style as readily as he changes his sonic guise. But no matter in what...

Faux Pas – Alias Wayne (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

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  Alias Wayne may be the fun, musical alter-ego of Ranzel X Kendrick but that isn’t to say that the music made when he is...

Ring of Fire –  Alias Wayne (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

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If the soft and smokey, soulful rootsy blends seem familiar then you might be interested to know that you find none other than Ranzel...

Crazy Love  – Ranzel X Kendrick (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

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Another track from the Texas Cactus album and another slice of Kendrick’s trademark Freestyle Folk, his term for the blend of country and folk...

Seguin Son of a Gun – Ranzel X Kendrick (reviewed by...

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The wonderfully named Ranzel X Kendrick continues his Freestyle Folk adventure with a song that dovetails cowboy campfire songs, hippie looseness and more than...

Texas Paintbrush –  Ranzel X Kendrick (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

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This first outing in a planned trilogy of albums under the arching title of the “Texas Series” is a masterfully  understated slice of rootsy,...

What a Pretty Day –  Ranzel X Kendrick (reviewed by Dave...

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Roots music is a tricky term, two wide ranging to bolt anything down too specifically, able to accommodate genres such as country, folk, blues...