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Rose Kemp Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (12 Feb 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: One Little Indian
  • ASIN: B000GYJNW6
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 137,773 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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5.0 out of 5 stars She really is astonishing 10 Jan 2007
Format:Audio CD
I am president of a students' union and last year stumbled across Rose on Myspace (godbless it!) and was immediately drawn to her. Her voice is deep and rich - it has beauty and power yet can convey such delicateness. On this, her first album proper after moving to bristol and fitting nicely into a burgeoning DIY/Underground scene (whatever that may be), she has found a stunningly rich vein of form. The reason i mentioned i am the president of a students' union is that i book the bands for our bar and we booked Rose and have repeatedly since. Why? Because she is phenomonal live but, unlike so many other artists - CAN portray this same level of intesnity and power when committed to record. Her live performances are glowing through every track and the power is there for all to hear. (if you get a chance, go see her live - and compare that to this record which, im sorry, you simply HAVE to buy - and you'll see what i mean.)

Her voice is a haunting one and her songs well-penned. On this album she manages to push the songs hard into your ears and into your subconcious. But even when it's just her and a looping effects pedal (as in 'Tiny Flower') the sound still knocks you back and drops that jaw of yours right to the floor. I am trying to choose a favourite track but i think it's one of those albums without filler that is best enjoyed all at once. Like a big fat chocolate eclair - staring at you from the plate. Except this time, i promise you, it's all good for you.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
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Imagine fusing P J Harvey's alleycat moan with the emotional intricacy of Tori Amos and the leftfield individuality of late Jeff Buckley. Rose Kemp is actually the 21 year old daughter of Steeleye Span singer Maddy Prior and bandmate Rick Kemp, but although her roots were in folk-rock her own muse has carried her in a different direction entirely.

Although the instrumentation is starkly beautiful, Kemp's voice is the standout instrument here. It often has the bell-like clarity of her mother's (the exquisite accapella Sister Sleep), but sometimes she drops gently to a dove-like coo or a soft miaow. Orange Juice is all Polly Harvey, scrubbed guitar discords under a lycanthropic lyric ("I became the wolf from my dreams/You knew I had it in me"). It contrasts sharply with the English conservatism of Sing Our Last Goodbye; accompanied by wheezy harmonium, Rose revisits the lost world of artists like Eddi Reader or the late Sandy Denny.

On the extraordinary Tiny Flowers she adopts a K.T. Tunstall approach to a mutlitracked round accompanied only by muffled percussion; single Violence has taken YouTube by storm with its animated video by fellow Bristol artists Francois and Rozi Plain. Metal Bird channels Jeff Buckley and Soundgarden, juggling its strange time signature and fiercely yearning lyrics ("bastard child of sunlight...twisted twin of dusk") with an almost redemptively cheerful chorus.

Perhaps the strongest track of all, though, is the terrifying, schizophrenic Dark Corners. Murderously gothic and underpinned by baroque strings and abused guitar, it tetters on the edge of all our nightmares.

Rooted in the Bristol DIY scene, Rose Kemp describes herself as "permanently on tour." Keep close watch on your local venues and don't miss her live. She's not going to be playing clubs for ever.

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5.0 out of 5 stars A Diamond In the Rough 4 Jan 2010
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Format:Audio CD
This is truly a great album. The song "Violence" blew me away when i first heard it in 2006.
She really does embody just-under-the-radar A quality music.
Perhaps she will be famous one day. She definitely has the talent.
Regardless, I would love to continue to enjoy anything that she puts out.
I suppose she is not being marketed very well. I wonder if she is big in the U.K.
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