Something for the weekend: Phosphorescent “Any Old Miracle”

That’s it for another week dear reader. We haven’t been sent it for review but we can’t recommend the new Paul Kelly collection ‘Time’ enough. If you don’t know who he is yet, cancel all your plans for the weekend and work your way through his back catalogue. That or all the episodes of The Shuttleworths on BBC Sounds. We leave you anyway this week with not something from that new album (which we covered last week) but a new song from Phosphorescent who covers US country singer Vern Gosdin’s classic ‘Any Old Miracle’. The song is the sixth to be released as part of the Full Moon Project which is a series of covers released every full moon via Calldown Music. Matthew Houck does look a bit like a werewolf. Have a good one.

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Mark Whitfield has been Editor of Americana UK for the last 20 years while also working in public health as his day job, which has been kind of busy recently.

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