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  • Audio CD (7 Feb. 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Water Music
  • ASIN: B00076Q05G
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 388,328 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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After two well-received but poor-selling albums, Judee Sill was justifiably downhearted. While Joni Mitchell was scaling the heights of the pop charts, Sill was recovering from a series of botched back surgeries after a car accident.

During her convalescence, she wrote some new songs and in late 1974 went into the studio with a band of musicians to record these. The sessions were relaxed and carefree, but the album was soon abandoned and sessions were aborted. Sill slid into obscurity and poverty, battling drug addictions, and she died five years later from a cocaine overdose at the age of 35.

The tapes for these sessions were found again in 2004 and Jim O'Rourke has done a fantastic job of producing them in a way to reflect both the nature of the sessions and the hallmarks of Judee Sill's sound.

The eight new songs here (it sounds skimpy, but there were only nine for 1973's Heart Food) are all very strong and also quite different to her previous material. The melancholy quality is gone and she seems in fine spirits here. The music is melodic and driving, and there aren't many slow, sad songs. Instead, it's actually quite a rocking album.

Opener "That's the Spirit" sets the scene with Sill's trademark piano playing with an unusual rhythm pattern and a vocal delivery that seems more free than before. Sill lets go vocally on this album, using her vibrato more as well as her higher range. "That's the Spirit" is an immediately memorable, joyous opener, and joins the ranks of Sill's finest songs. Her vocal is strong, if not as polished as on the first two records, which lends the song a certain charm in itself.
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Although I have only given this 4 stars, this has been put together with tender loving care, with packaging which is very well done and quite unique.
I have been a Judee Sill fan since her first album came out in the very early 70's. I knew of Heart Food but not until it was unavailable. Then both became available on CD last year (or the year before)
I never knew of any other material. So this is a treat. The songs are typical of the type she wrote and the album sub-title (Hi I love you right heartily here) oozes Judee Sill-speak. I think the songs mask the troubled life she must have left. You only have to read the extraordinarily informative booklet to get an idea of the life she led a tortured soul, perhaps. However, the songs fly away on the breeze but always make a soft landing.
The film footage from 1973 on disc 2 is not great quality, but is the first I have seen of her and is very enlightening and enchanting.
So if you liked her first two albums, then you need to have this little gem - but I think you need the two studio albums first to appreciate her at her very best before embarking on this package.
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This is a wonderfully package set which is a dream for anyone who has the slighest interest in Judee Sill.Packed with goodies galore - lost songs, rare tracks and unreleased recordings which until now where never confirmed actually existed. The whole package has been beautifully and without doubt lovingly restored by Jim O' Rourke. The greatest joy was the 12 min film enchanced in the second CD which was a real thrill especially having another version of "The Kiss". I hope that OGWT release the other track that is still in their vaults.
Last year saw the wonderful releases by Rhino Handmade of her first two albums and with this package it completes the discography of a very tortured but truly, truly gifted singer. I do believe she ranks alongside Nick Drake for being one of the most underated singers ever and also like Nick many of us are now only realizing how special she really was. So without any reservations click on the buy button and wait for one of this year's best releases and superbly packaged discs for 2005. Thank-you Jim and the record company for making this possible!
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"Your spark shall be honoured" sings Judee Sill on the stand-out track of this collection "Til Dreams come True", and these are words that have in fact come true for Judee Sill. This CD is testament to the support and admiration she has found 30 years after her death and it contains a surprisingly sprightly lost album, some home recordings and a precious snippet of video.

The good news is that disc one is well mixed and produced and reveals a jaunty, upbeat Judee which is a little unexpected considering her circumstances, and the fact that her limited commercial appeal had already simply drained away.

Then, when you focus on what she's singing about, you realise there is something a little odd going on... these are not the standard long-haired-chick-with-an-acoustic fare. No musings on relationships but simply more despatches from the intriguing storm front that was Judee Sill.

This means a mix of metaphysics, LA-soft rock, and good old fashioned gospel piano - and it is really on the piano she shines the most.

The actual song "Til Dreams come True" is almost as beautiful as her masterpiece song "the Donor", beautifully sung and phrased. Disc 2 should not be ignored either... especially the eiree "Emerald River Dance". So these recordings are certainly not dregs, but - true to her contrarian form - certainly not the kind of music you'd expect from someone recovering from serious back surgery with an addiction problem that would kill her a few years later. "Things are looking up" is poignantly cheerful. Only Ms Sill could have written a song like "The Good ship Omega" with its Sill-like obsessions of some kind of mass metaphysical rescue of the blessed.
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