A HANDY GUIDE TO RECENT WRITINGS REGARDING YOU MUST BE THIS TALL

I would like to tip my hat to some writers who’ve done pieces about the new album – I appreciate the energy and good words, a lot. TIP. Of my HAT.

This dude Mark S. Tucker has been sneaking reviews of my albums on to the Folk & Acoustic Music Exchange (FAME) website for a while now, even when the albums he’s reviewed could in no way be referred to as “folk” or “acoustic,” such as You Must Be This Tall. I consider this a subversive act and I appreciate it. Here’s his YMBTT review:

http://www.acousticmusic.com/fame/p09086.htm

Something Else! Reviews has been like a metric ton of the finest raisins, in that they have been very supportive, informed and cool – here’s Tom Johnson’s review of the new album:

http://somethingelsereviews.com/2013/08/24/mike-keneally-you-must-be-this-tall-2013/

…and an interview I did with Nick DeRiso of Something Else!, about YMBTT, Andy Partridge, and other potential items of interest:

http://somethingelsereviews.com/2013/08/22/a-cap-on-this-particular-stage-mike-keneally-talks-you-must-be-this-tall-and-his-time-with-andy-partridge/

We’re movin’ now! Here’s one single link that leads to TWO reviews of You Must Be This Tall, from DPRP, the Dutch Progressive Radio P. I know it’s not “Radio P” at the end. Let me look this up.  It’s the Dutch Progressive ROCK PAGE. Sorry 🙂 Thank you Roger Trenwith and Jez Rowden.

http://www.dprp.net/reviews/201354.php#mikekeneally

Perpetual pal Pete Pardo from within the Sea Of Tranquility chooses to impart these thoughts:

http://www.seaoftranquility.org/reviews.php?op=showcontent&id=15030

This review at the New Zealand site Witch Doctor kind of took my breath away. Thanks Peter Kearns

http://www.witchdoctor.co.nz/index.php/2013/09/mike-keneally-you-must-be-this-tall-exowax-cd-review/

And hey! Not everyone is gonna dig it! The universe isn’t built to withstand total agreement on any one thing, and response to You Must Be This Tall is, if nothing else, a thing. Beppe Colli at Clouds and Clocks eloquently expresses reservations:

http://www.cloudsandclocks.net/CD_reviews/keneally_ymbtt_E.html

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