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Tim Cumming

Articles By Tim Cumming

theartsdesk Q&A: Robert MacFarlane's Spell Songs

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Imagining Ireland, Barbican review - celebrating the Irish in England

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CD: Abdesselam Damoussi and Nour Eddine - Jedba

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Albums of the Year 2018: The Gloaming - Live at the NCH

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CD: Dead Can Dance - Dionysus

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Kyungso Park, Near East Quartet, Purcell Room review - hot Korean contemporary

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CD: Marianne Faithfull - Negative Capability

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Slow Moving Clouds, Purcell Room review - a new take on folk

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More Blood, More Tracks review - Bob Dylan opens up

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CD: Karine Polwart – Laws of Motion

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CD: Richard Thompson - 13 Rivers

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CD: Paul McCartney - Egypt Station

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WOMAD, Charlton Park review – drawing the world a little closer

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theartsdesk in Essaouira: Festival of Gnawa - 21st-century trance masters

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The Rolling Stones, Twickenham Stadium review - until the next goodbye?

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Songlines Encounters Festival, Kings Place review - mellifluous launch from African strings

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