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Boomkat Product Review:
It was only a few weeks ago when Pat Gubler's most recent album rolled through our doors and knocked us for six. The utterly gorgeous folk-flecked harp (and other string instruments) compositions were simply to die for, and it was no surprise when we read that the man has now been snapped up by none other than US folk powerhouse Drag City. 'The Well of Memory' is one of the Tower Recordings man's earlier albums (from 2004) and shows quite perfectly why he's set to be one of freak-folk's most central figures. Somehow he manages effortlessly to blend the kind of folk-poppishness you might expect from indie-darling Sufjan Stevens, the other-worldly excesses of Pentangle and the esoteric ambience of William Basinski, the resulting audio mincemeat is simply astonishing. It's very easy to become jaded and disinterested with the sheer volume of folk music being released (and re-released) at the moment, but I urge you to take a closer look at this one, it's quite simply a delightful record and full of the sort of musical treasures that rarely come our way. Huge recommendation.