The latest album from the prolific Thea Gilmore constitutes a collaboration of a very particular kind. Don’t Stop Singing draws on unfinished manuscripts, poems and other works-in-progress by Sandy Denny, which Gilmore has completed and set to music. It’s the kind of project that, however laudable in theory, seems studded with pitfalls. But, happy to report, the always-enterprising Gilmore has pulled it off with grace, delivering a beautiful and moving album whose songs feel entirely organic, seamless and fresh.
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