Album review: Dorian Sorriaux – ‘Hungry Ghosts’ EP (Soulseller Records)

Dorian Sorriaux – ‘Hungry Ghosts’ EP (Soulseller Records)

Dorian Sorriaux artworkUR boss Monk said it before, and he’ll more than likely repeat himself again in the future, but solo albums, and especially those from artists known for a certain style of music, can be dangerous affairs. French guitarist Dorian Sorriaux is better known for his work with blues-rock revivalists Blues Pills and has been compared to the likes of Peter Green and Paul Kossoff, especially with his penchant for long, and very expressive, solo workouts during their live sets. So, it may come as something of a surprise to find out that, for this, his debut solo effort, Sorriaux has stripped everything right back to just himself and a guitar, producing, in the process, four tracks of acoustic folk music… or should it? Click the link to find the answer:

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