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Fall To Grace [Deluxe Edition]

Paloma Faith Audio CD
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Stepping out as a solo artist back in 2009, it was immediately and abundantly clear that Paloma Faith was the complete (and petite) package. A captivating chanteuse, a rabble-rousing entertainer and theatrical fashion chameleon, Faith’s debut album, ‘Do You Want the Truth, or Something Beautiful?’ remains a glossy collection of retro-referencing soul and sassy pop.

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  • Audio CD (28 May 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Deluxe Edition
  • Label: RCA
  • ASIN: B007BLU222
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (491 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 2,605 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Picking Up The Pieces
2. 30 Minute Love Affair
3. Black & Blue
4. Just Be
5. Let Me Down Easy
6. Blood, Sweat & Tears
7. Beauty Of The End
8. When You're Gone
9. Agony
10. Let Your Love Walk In
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Disc: 2
1. Picking Up The Pieces - Acoustic
2. 30 Minute Love Affair - Acoustic
3. Black & Blue - Acoustic
4. Just Be - Acoustic
5. Agony - Acoustic

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Paloma wrote and recorded Fall To Grace in London in 2011/2012. The album is produced by Nellee Hooper (Bjork, No Doubt, Massive Attack, Madonna) along with Jake Gosling (Ed Sheeran). Fall To Grace is the follow up Paloma’s debut album Do You Want The Truth Or Something Beautiful? which was released in 2009 and spawned the hit singles "Stone Cold Sober", "New York", "Do You Want the Truth Or Something Beautiful?" and "Upside Down".
On Fall To Grace, Paloma has chosen to strip herself emotionally bare. “At the beginning I wanted to do something that was more of a performance, and I still have that element because it is part of me,” she explains, “but I feel like where I’ve been most successful is when I’ve just relaxed and been myself. I feel totally, wholeheartedly behind this album. I feel like it belongs to me and I belong to it.”
Musically, Fall To Grace moves away from the reference points that characterised Paloma’s first record such as Etta James and Billie Holiday, guiding her compositions into a new, contemporary realm. Collaborating with songwriters such as Ed Harcourt, Matt Hales (Lianne La Havas), Dan Wilson (Adele), Wayne Hector (Britney, Westlife), and even film score composer David Arnold (countless James Bond films, Independence Day, Narnia), Fall To Grace is sonically varied, but completely cohesive. From the disco throb of "Blood, Sweat and Tears" and the giddy dance-pulse that runs through "Agony", to "Freedom" (produced and co written by Al Shuckburgh), with its shuffled beats and soaring peaks, Faith’s vocals offer bluesy power and reveal husky emotion.

BBC Review

Paloma Faith makes a great pop star: sharp as a hatpin, mouthy enough to reprimand The Voice after her "realistic" comments were reportedly cut from a recent guest spot, and no stranger to the dressing-up box (check out this album's cover).

Her 2009 debut, Do You Want the Truth or Something Beautiful?, was a respectable success, spawning a couple of top 20 hits and slowly going platinum. But this follow-up should make her a singer who doesn't need a surname: "Did you see what Paloma was wearing on telly last night?"

Faith's savvy and ambition show in her choice of collaborators. Fall to Grace is co-produced by Jake Gosling, fresh from success with Ed Sheeran, and Nellee Hooper, a class act who's worked with everyone from Björk to Madonna. Faith calls the latter an "interpreter" of her musical ideas; the pair would discuss her songs in relation to scenes or images from films and Hooper would translate these ideas into soundscapes.

It sounds like it. Lead single Picking Up the Pieces is epic, like stallions galloping across the silver screen, and Fall to Grace has several other grand, cinematic ballads. However, Faith and Hooper know that films aren't just about big Oscar-grabbing moments, so they vary the tone.

30 Minute Love Affair is Annie Lennox-style synth-pop. Let Me Down Easy works a kind of "supper club dub" sound. Agony seems to be rewriting Lana Del Rey’s Video Games, but then decides to sound like Tori Amos covering Mr. Brightside. Phew!

None of the sumptuous production would matter if Faith hadn't delivered some decent tunes. She counts Eg White (Leave Right Now) and Dan Wilson (Someone Like You) among her co-writers, so her choruses soar accordingly, but there's also an emotional honesty to her songs. Most of them deal with relationships as knotty and dramatic as Helena Bonham Carter's hair. "It takes two imperfect people to dance a sweet ballet," she sings on Blood, Sweat & Tears, offering a neat précis of the Paloma perspective: romantic but realistic.

The quality slips towards the finish, but not enough to spoil a supremely accomplished sophomore album. Fall to Grace is proof that pop doesn't need to be grey and restrained to feel grown-up.

--Martin Aston

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69 of 70 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Takes Its Time 8 Jun 2012
By The Neon Weasel TOP 1000 REVIEWER
Format:Audio CD
Ive waited till now to write a review for this cd,as I wanted to give it a fair chance.Its so different from Do You Want The Truth Or Something Beautiful,that I didnt quite know what to make of it.I was instantly struck by 30 Minute Love Affair and When Youre Gone,but the rest of the tracks didnt resonate with me,at least not first time around.Ive listened to it half a dozen time now,and its taken until now for me to get into it,and Im so glad I didnt judge it on that initial listen,because there is a lot on offer here.Paloma's voice is as rich and strong ever,and really does suit the soaring lyrics on most of the songs,and really does them justice.Where the first album grabbed you instantly,this ones grip is more subtle,the music wraps itself around more slowly.But the end result,in my oppinion,is just as good,but in a very different way.

I can see where some who loved Do You Want The Truth may not ever get into Fall To Grace,and I can even understand why,there is a big difference between them.Just dont be too hasty to judge,give it a chance and give it time,Im so glad I did.If you dont like it then,fair enough,it would be a boring world if we all like the same thing.But give its charms and magic chance to fully work.
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars What a follow-up! 6 Jun 2012
Format:Audio CD
Well I was extremely excited to hear Pamola was coming back with new studio material after 2 years. Intently listening to the album for the first time it was clear Faith was eager to show she was growing as a songwriter and lyricist and her head was in a very different place to her debut offering. Although every bit as dramatic as her first record, Fall To Grace takes on a more serious overall atmosphere and songs a darker tone.
Straight away the songs collectively feel more mature and solid and Faith seems to have crossed over in having more in common nowadays with Adele than Amy Winehouse, with standout tracks Picking Up The Pieces, Black & Blue & When You're Gone sounding like songs that have been left off Adele's 21.
30 Minute Love Affair is instantly catchy and songs like Agony & Let Your Love Walk In will go down as exceptional pop tunes of the decade.
Although Do You Want The Truth....? had a lighter feel, this collection of songs has more substance and will stand the test of time and an album I think I will come back and back to for years to come.
Congratulations Paloma! Well done
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
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When i first played the album i wasn't convinced it is different from her first album which i thought was breathtaking. But boy oh boy oh boy by the third run through i was completely in love with this album and i think it might even be better than the first!!!!!. The quality of her voice and the production of this album is excellent but you have to play it LOUD to really appreciate it. So wait till you get the car on your own and turn the volume up to max it will blow your mind!!If you like her first album i think you will love this album !!!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars She's done it again FANTASTIC! 30 July 2012
Format:Audio CD
Paloma Faith is a really talented young lady. This Album is very different from her last one but just as good . I was not sure initially as it is so different, but I put it on replay and after a couple of listens I really loved the CD. I think I like it better than the last one, Black and Blue is my favourite track. There are a couple of (probably meant) grammatical errors that were initially really annoying,but after a while the quality of the music and singing you forget all about it and are swept along totally with the music.
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26 of 29 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A more mature Paloma 2 Jun 2012
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Back in 2010, Paloma Faith burst onto the scene. She released a joyful, playful debut album which spawned several top 20 singles (see my review). Now in 2012, I feel we are introduced to Faiths alter-ego, a more mature and thoughtful side. The opening single picking up the pieces is already in the top 10, but can we expect more successful singles?

Yes. This album is smart and sophisticated. Picking up the pieces is a tremendous opener o an album, full of grace and glamour. 30 minute love affair is more electro pop than what we are used to, but because it is Paloma, she pulls it off well. It is the same for Black & Blue. Then we come to one of the saddest songs I have heard. Just Be. This song sounds great live as well. From there on the quality gets a little worse, but it is only a matter of time before she finds her feet. I think that Agony or Freedom will be the next single.

All in all, don't listen to the bad reviews. This album will make you smile and cry at the same time. One of the albums of the year!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Beautiful lady; beautiful voice... 5 April 2013
By A. Lowe
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...and this is a beautiful album.

It has grown on me like no other collection of songs since Tapestry back in the 70's. Am I allowed to compare Paloma Faith to one of the finest singer/songwriters of all time?

Yes, I think so, because after many months of listening enjoyment, one song has thrilled me more than any other, and that is 'Let Your Love Walk In', written by the lady herself.

If her own composition is anything to go by, this beautiful lady has a massively successful future ahead of her (that's if two best-selling albums aren't enough!)

I can hardly wait for her next album.

Thank you, Paloma Faith.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Incredible 31 May 2012
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Having waited a few years for her follow-up album, you certainly won't be disappointed! It's a lot more cinematic and touching, and oh my word, it's beautiful! Voice of an angel, yet still quirky and individual - everything I love about her.
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