REVIEW by Tim Carroll FolkWords: England Green & England Grey, Reg Meuross
ENGLAND GREEN & ENGLAND GREY REVIEW – FolkWords “For many, the songs of Reg Meuross are the hinges upon which swing the doors of perceptive English folk.” Continue reading →
Review – England Green & England Grey FATEA Magazine John Knighton
This album is packed with gems. From the jaunty opener What Would William Morris Say we are taken on a journey that introduces us to Tony Benn, John Bull, Cecil Sharp, political comment, dementia, the Titanic and the wonderful story of Flora Sandes – the only British woman to officially fight in the first world war.
The title track, a modern anthem for these times, packs a punch with its spiky commentary accompanied by a lilting tune: Continue reading →
England Green & England Grey – album review Telegraph – Martin Chilton
What makes England Green & England Grey such an interesting album is the way Meuross blends hope and sorrow. There is optimism and pride about England’s sweeter things (such as the music of Cecil Sharp), and anger and laments over modern-day corruption, inequality and greed (the MPs expenses scandal gets a mention). Continue reading →
- REVIEW by Tim Carroll FolkWords: England Green & England Grey, Reg Meuross