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Boomkat Product Review:
Duke Garwood really fits in with the wandering minstrel image. Having spent formative years learning his trade in the beach bars of My Lai in Thailand, Garwood later returned to Blighty playing squat parties, eventually releasing a first album in 2005. Two years later the songwriter pulled a Bon Iver, laying down an album in some "lonely hut" on the North Downs. Along the way, Garwood contributed brass to Archie Bronson Outfit live appearances, but once again he's on his own, recording this album in another deserted residence, applying a coarse, rugged blues sound to great tracks like 'Mellow Lady Trucker' and 'Reap The Many Fruits', at times sounding like a spooked cross between Nick Cave and Jandek, at others coming across as even more peculiar thanks to clattering, decrepit drums and thumb piano discordance. Not your standard songwriter-in-secluded-cabin record by any means, The Sand That Falls is a highly memorable album that's recommendable to anyone with an interest in outsider folk and bluegrass.