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What people are saying about prattle on, rick.:

“prattle on, rick. shows us that (right) side of folk music – the good, the pure, the right. There’s a subtlety to Rickelton’s craft that gives Some Quiet Majesty a unique depth. More importantly, it speaks of even greater things to come.”

Adobe and Teardrops

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“Rickelton continues to weave gorgeous acoustic-based melodies… It’s always a treat to come across an artist that gets better with each release.”

absolutepowerpop.com

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If You Would Love Me Too sounds like a lost folk-pop classic. A definite contender for Top EP of 2012.”

absolutepowerpop.com

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“prattle on, rick. is one in a million. He plays what he feels, what comes from within….There’s a sort of truth and purity to his lyrics, which makes his stuff not only sincere, but completely relatable.”

MF Magazine

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“They remind us of another time. A simpler time where life made sense. Their harmonies are beautiful and wistful…We know you’ll enjoy prattle on, rick.”

The Highway Girl

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“…catchy hooks and roomy choruses…”

OurStage

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“Communion Bread is an impressive collection of introspective and stirring folk songs….a lovely indie folk album.”

Record Dept. Music Reviews

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“prattle on, rick. is the equivalent of a Sunday afternoon car ride with a cup of Starbucks. A nice blend of folk and lite rock, this musician is the rebirth of Simon & Garfunkel meets Eric Clapton. If you like great music, Patrick Rickelton’s tunes are exactly what you’re looking for.”

I Am Entertainment Magazine

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Lift Up is one of those songs I can easily see in a Jason Reitman movie – it’s lovely, cinematic and earthy. There is something incredibly calming in the evenness of Patrick’s voice.”

laisthenewny.com

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“The chances are high that you never heard of him before – and this is just a big shame (well, not for you but in general) since his music sounds fresh and the EP is a very nice (acoustic) indie folk release worth checking out.”

Common Folk Meadow

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“A folk-pop delight, evoking Elliott Smith and Simon & Garfunkel in equal parts. My Holiday is gracefully tuneful, Lift Up does just that, and Lately sounds like an instant classic. Prattle on all you’d like, Rick.”

absolutepowerpop.com