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Eyes Of A Woman

23 Feb. 1993 | Format: MP3

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 1 Jun. 1983
  • Release Date: 23 Feb. 1993
  • Label: Polydor Ltd.
  • Copyright: (C) 1985 Polar Music International AB
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  • Total Length: 44:17
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  • ASIN: B001KWQUJM
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 55,185 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars

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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 19 Oct. 2003
Format: Audio CD
Agnetha's second international English-language solo album builds on the strong points of her debut and delivers what is still one of my favourite albums of all time.
Great songs and consistent production result in a well-rounded collection. There are no hits to speak of but the lead single, 'I won't let you go' is a storming pop track which deserved huge success.
There is a good mix of songs on this album from emotional ballads such as 'We move as one' through to chugging pop tracks such as 'One way love' and dramatic 80's pop rock like 'I keep turning off lights'. But even with the changes in tempo and style from one track to the next, the whole album hangs together superbly.
There are songs on here which, given the right promotion and radio play, would undoubtedly have been big hits. However, in many ways, the fact that this album is something of a forgotten gem makes it seem all the more special.
If you want a taster of what Agnetha can do outside of Abba, choose this album.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 13 Aug. 2003
Format: Audio CD
Diverse views surround this album. I think it Agnetha's best solo venture overall. This has ballads but there is a greater mix of styles. This one borders pop/rock moreso than her other english solo albums. The album opens with the excellent One Way Love. Agnetha's own composition and fans favourite single I won't let you go is here. We Should Be Together is another good one and was covered in the 80's by Paul Wellers protogee Tracey Young. But there are many other gems in the ballads. The Angels Cry written by Moody Blues Justin Hayward is reminiscent of that bands style. I won't be leaving you is a lovely ballad and the album ends with a soaring torch song We Move as One.
Buy this album - if you like Agnetha's voice you won't regret it.
Favourite Track? The Angels Cry
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By A. Barrett on 16 Oct. 2001
Format: Audio CD
Agnetha's second post-ABBA solo album has quite a hard but very distinctive production quality typical of a lot of mid-eighties recordings. There is a lot of reverb on the vocals but they do also sound a little hollow and sometimes drowned out by the music - not the best showcase for Agnetha's fantastic vocal ability.
Highlights on this album are "I Won't Let You Go" - uplifting uptempto track, dodgy production though, "Angels Cry" - sorrowfull balad similar to "Wrap Your Arms Around Me" from the first album, "Click Track" - 80s sassy, uptempo track, vocals unusual for Agentha in that they are almost spoken on the verses (great video too!). The last two tracks on this CD are fantastic - "I Keep Turning off Lights" and "We Move As One" wouldn't have been out of place on any ABBA album - again with Bjorn and Benny on the mixing and production desk they would be even better. A very classy album, nice pictures and stylish inner sleeve.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 23 Nov. 2001
Format: Audio CD
Agnetha Faltskog is a wonderful singer but her choice of songs have always been rather safe. This album is different. Listen to "click track",
Ï keep turning of lights" etc. This album is pure pop/rock. That's why I like it this much.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By ScottPaul ScottPaul on 19 Jan. 2014
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It's official, she's managed it, she's matched Frida's five star "Shine" with one herself. For someone reason unbeknownst to me regarding the rabble, this seems to be less held in regard as the other two 80s albums that it sits between, yet neither of those, whilst having a sizeable amount of delectable material, deliver on the height of consistency that this album managed so effortlessly, and I think the main reasons for that are bravery of vision, acquisition of eclecticism and a rousing much-needed rock approach to dilute the rather candyfloss pop melodies and rather sugary-at time-lyrics that pepper both the heavily soul/Motown base of "Wrap Your Arms Around Me" and the MOR Californian rock of Cetera on "I Stand Alone". With Agnetha herself happily (at the time anyway) singing a stinging amount of truly great tunes as perfectly as she has ever sung anything (as always she is exemplary in the vocal department) one part of this truly winning enterprise, I bow to 10cc star, songwriter, producer and engineer Eric Stewart for collecting together and honing to perfection a unique passel of songs Agnetha could never give us again. The stats speak for themselves-unlike a dozen at most of standouts that initially sink in at first listen o the other albums, the following on this collection hit me full on at once-: 'One Way Love', 'Eyes Of A Woman', 'The Angels Cry', 'Click Track', 'I Won't Be Leaving You', 'Save Me (Why Don't Ya)', 'I Keep Turning Off Lights' and 'We Move As One'-and that's most of the album!Read more ›
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Grant Howard on 21 Jan. 2010
Format: Audio CD
I was reluctant to give this album 5 stars, and what tipped it for me, is purely her voice. Most of the songs are of a high standard, some even bordering on excellence for example the unusual, clever and catchy "Click Track" with it's spoken passages and crackingly infectious choruses, the beautiful melody of the title track, (Sounding very much like an ABBA pastiche) and the brilliant poppy E.L.O composed "One Way Love", with it's crunching synth into: perfect to open the album and persuades you that this album is gonna be a pop killer. The only grudge I have is that it all sounds very under-produced and veers into the "safe" lane. If this album had been produced by Bjorn and Benny, it would have been a stormer, as they would have given their special "magic" production treatment, which has always remained timeless. I would also add that had maybe Agnetha herself had more production input - it would have shone with that unique scandinavian style. However criticism apart, this is a good album and Agnetha never sounded better. She is an artiste who has the knowing that sometimes "over-singing" a song can ruin it. She just slightly holds back in the right places, giving her voice that beautiful vulnerable charm; a trick that not many singers have the knack of controlling. Yep of course there's some fillers, but the aforementioned goodies make up for the low spots, plus the lovely "The angels cry" and "We move as one", the album closer, which ends on a very strange minor chord; an unexpected close to this type of anthem ballad. The note seems to hang in the air for ages changing into an echo until it's gone like an uncomfortable presence. I like it more for that; it's experimental and innovative, proving when risks are taken, they can work.Read more ›
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