refective

refective

(rɪˈfɛktɪv)
adj
of or relating to refection; refreshing
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The new album, Personae, is their career best, I would venture, with a combination of mature, literate originals (seven of the 10 tracks), a couple of newly-arranged and re-energised traditional songs plus Sandy Denny's timeless song, Solo, on which Roberts really does pull out the vocal stops on a moving rendition of the sadly refective, soul-baring original.
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