Savath and Savalas ‘Folk Songs For Trains, Trees And Honey’ (Warp, 2000)

An album can be revelatory in any number of ways. Perhaps it arrives at the right time in your life to be particularly resonant, or it might reveal a whole area of music you didn’t realise existed.

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