Kevin Bryan delivers his verdict on some of this week's CD releases.

The Danberrys,"Shine" (Singular Recordings)-"Shine" is the third full length album from Nashville based Americana duo The Danberrys , and a more compelling introduction to their highly spiritual sound would be difficult to imagine. The husband and wife pairing of Dorothy Daniel and Ben DeBerry were once high school sweethearts and the natural empathy which exists between the two performers helps to inform the deeply atmospheric narratives which have become the Tennessee duo's trademark, prompting comparisons with illustrious musical forebears such as country legends The Carter Family along the way. "The River Is Wide," "The Mountain" and the life affirming title track are three of their most accomplished creations here.

Joe Edwards,"Keep On Running" (Tiny Mountain Records)- The sleepy Wiltshire backwater of Devizes may at first glance seem like a rather unlikely breeding ground for top notch musical talent, but gifted young singer-songwriter Joe Edwards has emerged from this historic West Country location as a prime purveyor of peerless acoustic roots music .This delightfully warm and intimate debut set was recorded in Nashville in close collaboration with award winning producer Steve Dawson and the finished product captures some of the beguiling musings on life, love and human sorrow which Joe found the time to pen during his recent European jaunt as drummer with Australian folk-rock band The Wishing Well.

Milos,"Sound of Silence" (Decca Records)- The latest offering from the good people at Decca is an eclectic collection showcasing the impeccable technique of classical guitarist Milos Karadaglic . The results are even more remarkable when you bear in mind that the Montenegro born virtuoso's career was temporarily curtailed by a serious hand injury just a few short years ago, and the tracks featured here form a personal scrapbook of his listening preferences during this period of inactivity. The contents range widely from much loved classical chestnuts to Milos' exquisite interpretations of memorable melodies from the pens of Paul Simon, Leonard Cohen and The Moody Blues' Justin Hayward to name but a few.