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Declan Sinnott: I Love the Noise it Makes

An easy album that reminds of JJ Cale, Ry Cooder and the Celtic love affair with smooth folk-country.

Adult Acoustic. A domain legendarily populated by the troubled, drunk, sex mad, violent and jail-prone stereotypes that rarely trouble the charts, but in Declan Sinnott they might be given a scare.

“I love the noise it makes” (apparently a John Lennon riposte to a technical question) is a very tasteful affair that smacks of quality musicianship and solid songwriting. Perhaps too much. Despite the title there isn’t much wild noise but carefully cultivated, almost muted, statements.


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