Richard & Linda Thompson: Hokey Pokey
Jerry Gilbert, ZigZag, September 1975
THE SINGULAR most remarkable aspect of this album is its manifestation of Richard Thompson's capacity to absorb. And if that sounds a long winded way to launch a review then it's only fair to add that since the Thompsons have become a very fashionable commodity and reviewers have been heaping their praises capaciously on this album, then there has to be a reason for it somewhere.
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