Were it not for the dangerously modern-sounding analogue synthesisers, opening snippet of vocoder and – less frivolously – pin-sharp digital editing, Johnny Lynch's new album might have been made more than 40 years ago. Even more than many of his cottage industry fellow travellers (a caravan on Eigg in his case), the songsmith trading as The Pictish Trail favours a very 1960s' sensibility.
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