Richard Ashcroft: Keys To The World
Three albums into Ashcroft s solo career, Keys To The World finds itself still with a lot to prove, even if only to the critics. His post-Verve career has, perhaps inevitably, been something of a disappointment, but this could change all that. First out o
Three albums into Ashcroft's solo career, Keys To The World finds itself still with a lot to prove, even if only to the critics.
His post-Verve career has, perhaps inevitably, been something of a disappointment, but this could change all that.
First out of the traps, Why Not Nothing genuinely impresses and surprises with a bounding beat and confident swagger.
Break The Night With Colour and Sweet Brother Malcolm are an impressive trio, but the rest reside lower down the tune ranks.
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Ignore his God-like history and this compares well with the likes of Starsailor and the myriad other MOR indie stars, with a couple of competition-pasting tracks and as many that are best ignored. 3/5
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