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As the LA Times said in January 2007 'David Ford digs down deep in the heart-and-soul tradition: an English and male Lucinda Williams? He puts everything into every note, every word.'

David Ford recorded his debut album 'I Sincerely Apologise For All the Trouble I've Caused' on his own in his cellar flat in Eastbourne during 2005 thinking he was just "doing a bunch of demos". However, the strength of these recordings led…

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  • I have to admire this guy's tendency for consistence: "Charge", though not my favourite album, is just as good as any of his previous releases. Gotta love the rockier soul of that "Every Time" tune, a cosy wink to the Easyworld days.
  • I was so, so lucky to have known a bit about him before I went overseas for the first time from the US, and low and behold on one of the three nights I was "couchsurfing" in London, he was doing a benefit not far from where I was staying. I must say it was a stunning performance. I one-man tour de force of looping music technology, instrumental versatility, and lyrical power. I'll never forget it.
  • hahahah user below either really good troll or idiot.
  • ...Because he spends too much time giving too much attention to a country who doesn't really care that much about his music instead of embracing his European nature. Douchebag!
  • outstanding singer. Why has nobody heard of this guy? He is as good as any folk singer around today
  • He's a lyrical genius with a unique voice! So underrated, the best Britain has to offer.
  • He is probably the most underrated singer/songwriter.
  • Anyone else pick up his book? It's made me listen to Songs For The Road in a different light, knowing its tumultuous production.
  • That was actually quite an entertaining story, thanks nineinchneals! David Ford is a tremendously underrated artist, sadly. But we who know him are definitely enjoying some of the finest music made in the UK.
  • The first time I heard anything by David Ford I was actually working at a bar in Southampton. It was late and quiet (some random Monday night) and, for some reason, the video for I Don't Care What You Call Me appeared on the TV. I watched for the full song and, not knowing who he was, scrambled at the end of the video to find a pen and paper so I could write down his name and find the track at home. I guess this was about four years ago and I've been listening to him ever since! As somebody stated below, he deserves much more credit and recognition; his music does what a lot of the other music I possess can't.

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