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Alien on Acid said in 14 Novembre, 2008 at 19:01

Heidi Talbot – In Love and Light – (Compass Records, 2008)

Look out for a new star in the glittering firmament of great Irish singers: with the release of her new album In Love and Light, Heidi Talbot is truly set to shine. Already well known to US audiences as lead singer with the Irish-American supergroup Cherish The Ladies, and following wide critical acclaim for her previous solo outing, 2004’s Distant Future, Talbot now extends her talents over a broader, bolder musical canvas, in company with a stellar cast of guests.

From the Scottish traditional ballad “Glenlogie” to the vintage Ink Spots hit “Whispering Grass”, and from Tom Waits’ bittersweet classic “Time” to an old parlour hymn, “When They Ring the Golden Bells”, In Love and Light draws from the full, diverse spectrum of influences that inform Talbot’s exquisitely expressive, honeyed yet ardent singing. Complemented here by the likes of Eddi Reader, ex-Solas guitarist John Doyle, fiddler John McCusker and flute/whistle ace Mike McGoldrick, it’s a voice that’s drawn comparisons as varied as Norah Jones, Alison Krauss, Lucinda Williams and Mindy Smith, but which could only have emerged from Talbot’s own particular talents and background. Other special guests include Boo Hewerdine, Kris Drever and Donald Shaw.
1. If You Stay
2. Cathedrals
3. Invisible
4. Bedlam Boys
5. Time
6. Glenlogie
7. Music Tree
8. Parting Song
9. The Blackest Crow
10. Everything
11. Whispering Grass
12. When They Ring The Golden Bells

è uscito a febbraio, ma mi pareva brutto, far passare una giornata senza segnalare un cd (su play.com è in dwnld a 0,70£ e se scaricate tutto l’album, ve le fanno a 0.66£ cad e potete assaggiare 30″ per canzone (http://www.play.com/Music/MP3-Download-Album/4-/4991888/In-Love-And-Light/Product.html)

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buzz said in 14 Novembre, 2008 at 19:49

grazie Alieintalia oppppsssssss ho sbagliato compagnia,vero:un disco al giorno toglie il medico di torno! Grazie. Una giornata senza un sorriso e senza la musica e’ una giornata persa.Ma questo Talbot era quello della Renault , della Peugeot o della Citroen?:-))))

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