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An intermittently Liberal anthology compiled by Jonathan Calder


Sunday, January 19, 2003  

How to be English
At the heart of the album was a John Major-ish vision of a traditional English village green - part of a litany of what Ray calls "things that are really uncool, and not just English things, either. Some of the songs on that album are about really square things. In a strange way, that's part of the fabric of this country: what we are is also what we're slightly ashamed of."


Peter Doggett on Ray Davies Mojo magazine (February 2003)

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