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Meet the Misses Import

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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Import
  • ASIN: B00A0GCISQ
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,435,980 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Format: Audio CD
Tracks :

1. Rule # 1
2. Safe as houses
3. Hang my head
4. Guitar boat
5. Versions of you
6. Nobody's an angel
7. Trade
8. Do that for you
9. Big star
10. False waltz
11. Wipe the floor

Lisa Miller, Australia's pre-eminent female singer/song-writer, has returned to her first two albums (1996's Quiet girl with a credit card & 1999's As far as life goes) and reworked four tracks from the first and seven from the second. It's a reasonable question to ask: why would an artist go back into the studio to replicate these songs ? In this case the answer is self-evident when you listen to this new CD. Unlike the original versions, these new recordings have been made at her now studio of choice, the acoustically atmospheric 'Yikesville', in Melbourne, this time in collaboration with the very talented Shane O'Mara. This was not an 'easy option for a new album' - LM had to create something substantially different and improved and I'm delighted to say that IMHO she has succeeded admirably.

I have to confess that I've always been a bit of a 'stalker' of Lisa, enjoying her live performances in Melbourne clubs and pubs and country venues and own all her CDs and EPs. Hers is a talent that just gets better all the time. Her lyrics, even in these early songs, are intelligent and insightful and her music is often simply gorgeous (a word not usually in my vocabulary!). The instrumentation on this album is always on an as-need basis, never intrusive, and the musicians and recording quality are equally excellent.

The Americans seem to want to call Lisa a 'country artist'.
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Recreating the past perfectly 15 Nov. 2012
By Roderick Keech - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Tracks :

1. Rule # 1
2. Safe as houses
3. Hang my head
4. Guitar boat
5. Versions of you
6. Nobody's an angel
7. Trade
8. Do that for you
9. Big star
10. False waltz
11. Wipe the floor

Lisa Miller, Australia's pre-eminent female singer/song-writer, has returned to her first two albums (1996's Quiet girl with a credit card & 1999's As far as life goes) and reworked four tracks from the first and seven from the second. It's a reasonable question to ask: why would an artist go back into the studio to replicate these songs ? In this case the answer is self-evident when you listen to this new CD. Unlike the original versions, these new recordings have been made at her now studio of choice, the acoustically atmospheric 'Yikesville', in Melbourne, this time in collaboration with the very talented Shane O'Mara. This was not an 'easy option for a new album' - LM had to create something substantially different and improved and I'm delighted to say that IMHO she has succeeded admirably.

I have to confess that I've always been a bit of a 'stalker' of Lisa, enjoying her live performances in Melbourne clubs and pubs and country venues and own all her CDs and EPs. Hers is a talent that just gets better all the time. Her lyrics, even in these early songs, are intelligent and insightful and her music is often simply gorgeous (a word not usually in my vocabulary!). The instrumentation on this album is always on an as-need basis, never intrusive, and the musicians and recording quality are equally excellent.

The Americans seem to want to call Lisa a 'country artist'. To my ears, there is nothing remotely 'Nashville' or 'country' about her but I'm at a loss to find an adequate label for her style, other than to say she is exquisite and her CDs should be in every home. It's a pity that at the time of writing this review there are no sound samples available for prospective purchasers. If you've not heard her, you're going to have to take my word that her voice is a thing of absolute beauty. Once heard you'll be hooked and want to track down all her award-winning recordings.

Currently on high-rotation in my CD player.
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