|Time and Tide|
|Studio album by|
|Released||16 July 2007|
|Label||Topic Records (TSCD569)|
|Steve Ashley chronology|
Time and Tide is an album of original songs by British singer-songwriter Steve Ashley. It was released by Topic Records on 16 July 2007.
Reviewing the album for The Guardian , Robin Denselow said that Ashley "has continued to develop as a thoughtful songwriter and social commentator. On his new set, the gentle, sturdy melodies are matched with a rare blend of emotion and anger".
Pete Cann, writing in The Oxford Times , described the album as "a journey through Blair's Britain...a commentary on the despair of Blair's legacy". The "outstanding track" said Cann, is Ashley's "moving tribute to his grandfather, a railwayman and union organiser, Down the Line. The tune is traditional and the words heartfelt".
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