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Loitered Lens : Mick Harvey

His apology for the newer songs being under rehearsed was unnecessary – their rawness captured the essence of the songs in a more stripped down and tenderly passionate manner than the album versions.

A picture of Mick Harvey

Mick Harvey, the Lexington, May 5th.

….His apology for the newer songs being under rehearsed was unnecessary – their rawness captured the essence of the songs in a more stripped down and tenderly passionate manner than the album versions. ‘Praise the Earth’, adapted from a hymn, was especially emotive and powerful with the gentle twang of Harvey’s Gretsch accompanying the apocalyptic lyrics.

– From Sarah Corbett’s review of the gig.

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All photos: Carl Byron Batson

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