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Boomkat Product Review:
Ben Nash is bound to accumulate comparisons to Six Organs of Admittance with this debut album proper - a follow-up to the Sheffielder's eight cassette and CD-R releases to date. The Seventh Goodbye is mainly focussed on Nash's acoustic guitar compositions, though classy psych excursions like intro 'Kuad 9873' weave together a variety of different instrumental elements, bringing to mind the Voice Of The Seven Woods LP from last year. After the mystical drone trappings of 'Night Call' Nash returns to some period psychedelics on the thoroughly zoned-out 'The Seventh Goodbye' which eventually erupts in an inferno of wah-wah acid lead guitar and squealing sax. Apparently this is all strictly a one-man enterprise, but it's a hugely impressive, well-rounded affair if that's truly the case, mixing straight up open-tuned ragas like 'What Will Always Be Pt. II' with crazed, trance-inducing experiments like the electroacoustic excursion 'Magnetophon 8 Pt. IV'.