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Mike Gale ‘Sunshine For The Mountain God’ : Delight and pondering. Heavy without the angsty platitudes.

Mike Gale

Delight and pondering. Heavy without the angsty platitudes. Towards a horizon that maybe doesn’t exist, the traveling mind of Mike Gale does it again in ‘Sunshine For The Mountain God’. A jangly rock ensemble, it brings out hues and depth, plainly 2 Dimensional, but oh so very 3. A dynamic subtlety that infuses unwarranted feelings, for that summer afternoon daydream.

Written and recorded during lockdown, this is his 2nd of 3 albums to be released this year.

Formerly known as Black Nielson and Co-pilgrim Mike take making albums that matter, seriously.

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