The Crochety Man on “Spice, Gold and Tales Untold”

Uncategorized / Thursday, February 25th, 2021

“The album opens with jazzy guitar chords wafting in on an easterly wind. Electric bass and rimshot drumming add a gentle groove. We could be wandering through a Turkish bazaar. Almost immediately a voice breaks in. It is not the call of a merchant selling fruit to the locals or trashy trinkets to the tourists, it’s a documentary-maker describing an enigmatic beauty with eyes of amber. She has golden…” (read the entire review here)


An entirely spontaneous, curious and intuitive look at Ana’s collection of songs, this heart-felt report from Phil Bass for the Crochety Man will not fail to impress and create the interest for looking at “Spice, Gold and Tales Untold” with attentive new eyes.

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