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CD: Gillian Welch - The Harrow and the Harvest | reviews, news & interviews

CD: Gillian Welch - The Harrow and the Harvest

CD: Gillian Welch - The Harrow and the Harvest

It has been eight years since Gillian Welch last released an album and her loyal fans – not to mention critics - have been waiting with bated breath. Will she have spent the years honing the delicious Americana and Appalachian-influenced folk that once set her and musical partner David Rawlings apart? Or will she have kept the hit-and-miss drums, the electric guitar and the chirpier outlook of her last album Soul Journey? Thankfully, the answer is the former: The Harrow and the Harvest might well be her best record yet.

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