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13 Sep 2010 | Format: MP3

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  • Original Release Date: 10 Sep 2010
  • Release Date: 10 Sep 2010
  • Label: WM UK
  • Copyright: 2010 WMTV, a division of Warner Music UK Ltd.
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  • Total Length: 46:59
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  • ASIN: B0041TZ6H8
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 5,974 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By R. EDWARDS on 12 Sep 2010
Format: Audio CD
No, you're not dreaming. This album has finally been released, a good 12 months after the first single.

I have been waiting for this to come out since I heard "It's Not A Dream" on Radio 2 last autumn.

Was it worth the wait? Of Corrs (sorry!).

As much as I like Andrea's voice, I have always thought that Sharon is the better singer, with a purer voice.

If you are a fan of the band, this album follows their template more closely than Andrea's did, with some traditional instrumentals included.

I love her version of (the current single) "Everybody's Got To Learn Sometime"
(great video - hope you wore sunscreen Sharon).

"It's Not A Dream" still sounds as good as when I first heard it.

I have to say that as nice as it was, I thought "Mna Na h'Eireann" went on a bit and Jeff Beck's involvement did nothing for my enjoyment.

I was ready for another vocal and "Buenos Aires" is a truly beautiful song (probably my favourite on the album). I will definately be looking up Alex Ubago's work.

"So Long Ago" is another cracker.

Next up is an orchestral-heavy interpretation of the Bronski Beat classic "Smalltown Boy". It's certainly different!

I kept waiting for the other instruments to kick in during "Butterflies". I did think that it was lacking something.

"Real World" would have made a better last track than the Memphis flavoured "Love Me Better", which I thought was a strange choice to finish on.

Overall, an enjoyable, well produced album with some lovely violin and piano. I'm on my fourth listen and will be playing it for a while yet.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Jovita Joseph on 15 Sep 2010
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I own every Corr cd and dvd and loyally got Andrea's solo offering 'Ten Feet High' but was a quite disappointed. Sharon however has more than made up for that. This is an excellent album. The traditional instrumentals are always a pleasure to hear and the 3 in this album are not a let down... each with its own mood and charm. But the other songs are fantastic too. Yes, they are all love songs but they are BEAUTIFUL love songs. I have fallen in love with all of them. The melodies are beautiful and stay with you. But what needs to be appreciated is that the vocals are truly good too. Sharon may not have Andrea's strength of voice but there is a lot more emotion. It goes without saying that you will hear lots of Sharon's amazing violin on the album. The album has no fast paced numbers with heavy drum beats and electric guitars. But hats off to Sharon for sticking to what she thought would sound best and not give in to what would sell best.
If you are a true music lover this album is for you.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By johnny on 25 Oct 2010
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a very good album, sounding like pure irish corrs. i highly recommend to the corrs fans and the version of smalltown boy is outsanding. thank you sharon, and don't stop, some of us still buy records, greetings from spain
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By P. G. Croft on 30 Jan 2011
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I have bought albums that have burnt brightly and died quickly. But Sharon Corrs debut album is one of three parts. Instant gratification with the first 5 tracks, followed by a middle section that grabs you more slowly, and complete satisfaction by the time you can name the tracks without checking the sleeve. I prefer these to the high flyers, and I'm confident I'll be playing this album regularly, well into the second half of the year. A beautifully produced and balanced programme. p g croft
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By bduffy on 21 Oct 2010
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This album if filled with enjoyable music for all Corrs fans and lovers of Celtic pop in general.

Sharon Corr continues the tradition of catchy hooks and memorable choruses established by the Corrs in the 90's. On this album, Sharon showcases her beautiful violin playing on songs like "Our Wedding Day", "It's Not a Dream" and "Cooley's Reel", then busts out all the stops in an absolutely magical duet with Jeff Beck on the haunting "Mna Na h'Eireann".

Folks who love a beautiful melody will love "It's Not A Dream", while those who prefer hooky pop will enjoy "Everobody's Gotta' Learn Sometime" and "Dream of You". The strongest lyrical depth is the moving "Smalltown Boy", while the weakest is "Real World" where the lyrics don't quite ever match the real world.

Overall, a definitely worthwhile addition to your music library.The Best of the Corrs
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Jimser on 14 Sep 2010
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If you love The Corrs - you will fall in love with Sharon on another level!! The album has been a long time in the making and since buying it, I can see that it was well worth the wait. Strong thoughtful lyrics and varied melodies and tempos throughout the album. it's thoroughly enjoyable.

Stand out tracks are Sharon's version of Bronski Beats "Small Town Boy", the beautiful "Butterflies", the passionate and emotional "So Long Ago" and the chilling and sensational "Real World". A pleasure to listen to!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Gabriel Ominyi on 18 Dec 2010
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Quite contrary to one of the reviewer's comments I think 'It's not a dream' is a fantastic track. The melody is super. I do agree with him though that Andrea's Ten Feet is a let down. I bought both albums same day and I have to say Sharon's album lives up to what you would expect from the Corrs. Keep them coming girl!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Angelie Hayes Mok on 12 Oct 2010
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The album is what I expected it to be! BEAUTIFUL in every way! My favorites are Butterflies, Dream Of You and So Long Ago.
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