In a realm where bands and artists often let the sands of time trickle away, leaving two, three, five years, sometimes even a decade between their musical offerings, it’s downright refreshing to stumble upon an artist who operates on a more sensible and timely rhythm. Enter Mike Gale, a prolific troubadour of our times. Over the past two decades, he’s bestowed upon us a bounty of twelve albums bearing his own name. And when you toss in his earlier incarnations as Co-Pilgrim and Black Nielsen, that tally balloons to a whopping…

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