Glen Campbell continues reign at top of official UK americana chart

Glen Campbell’s “Adios” album continues its lengthy reign at the top of this week’s official AMA-UK americana chart, with the Fleet Foxes at number 2 and Kaleo at 3.  John Murry’s “A Short History of Decay” with which we taglined our review “The resurrection of John Murry but it’s only a breather as we’re all going to die” (nice) is the highest new entry at number 6, the only new entry in fact in the whole top 40.  You can see the whole new top 40 here.

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Author: Mark Whitfield

Mark Whitfield has been the Editor of Americana UK for the last 17 years, although if you go to his Twitter feed it's just one long list of all the things he loves about Jeremy Corbyn, which is irritating. Also likes astronauts.

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