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This is the new record! It was released in October 2008 in South Africa, and is now available for download worldwide!
What they're saying
"A TREAT FOR THE EAR" 8½/10 "Superglue, from the start, suggests that the singer-songwriter is primed for mainstream acclaim... The tone (although not necessarily the subject matter) is overwhelmingly positive, with major keys, rich harmonies and more providing an almost spiritual lift that makes you want to turn the volume up very, very loud. The timbre of Henderson’s voice and the sublime strings put him in the same sort of ballpark as Tom Mcrae, another thoughtful, very gifted performer. There’s no flab at all on this album – just further reason, as you wander down the tracklisting, to close your eyes and immerse yourself in a listening experience you won’t have the privilege of coming across too often." – Bruce Dennill, The Citizen
"Henderson is no stranger to launching unusual concepts and seeing them attain a momentum of their own." Evan Milton, The Cape Argus
"The thing that’ll keep you repeating “Superglue” throughout the crappy winter months coming up is the fact that the listening pleasure you get from it is so high, every time. Henderson’s voice glides out of the speakers while the accompanying mellow guitar makes you almost automatically reach for the sunglasses and cocktail to make your relaxation perfect." Musicouch.com
"Chances are, if you haven’t heard of Ian Henderson yet, you will soon." Douglas Rodger, Music Industry Online
"...expert Swedish, Norwegian and Paraguayan musicians also contribute to this brilliant album." Glamour Magazine
"Given that starry-eyed young minstrels appear upon – then promptly disappear from – the scene as quickly as mushrooms after a spring drizzle, it is testament to Henderson’s commitment to his cause that he’s still toughing it out and, by looks of things, doing so with increasing success." Alex Sudheim, The Guide
"If you're in the mood for a chilled glass of vino on a lazy Sunday afternoon, play a few Ian Henderson tracks – it will definitely help you unwind." Cosmopolitan