Laura Marling - Semper Femina
Feb 16, 2020
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Her 6th album but my first time listening to Laura Marling. "Don't Pass Me By" and "Nothing, Not Nearly" hit the spot instantly for me in terms of sound and production - some raw earthy electric guitar, a drum machine, live strings, nicely separated electric? bass and a voice that surprises with leaps and hiccups. I'd like to find more 'electric' Laura, it's right up my street. I also adore the melodies and production on "Soothing" and "Always This Way" which are closer to traditonal acoustic folk.
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