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Time After Time

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  • Original Release Date: 19 Jan 2011
  • Release Date: 19 Jan 2011
  • Label: Blix Street
  • Copyright: 2006 Licensed by Blix Street Records from Barbara and Hugh Cassidy
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  • Total Length: 40:03
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  • ASIN: B001VG26RW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 15,481 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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38 of 38 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 27 May 2000
Format: Audio CD
You can ask yourself many times, why did something happen? Why now? Well, Eva Cassidy is no longer with us but in so many ways she will be with us forever. There is a genuine warmth and ambience to the tracks on this cd. Perhaps it's because many were recorded in an intimate way. I defy anyone to single out one outstanding track. My favourite alters each time I put on the cd. "Kathy's Song" and "I wandered by the Brookside" are delicate, fragrant songs sung with a charming restraint. You can scarcely believe that the same person then belts out, "Ain't no Sunshine". If you value music, please buy this record.
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37 of 38 people found the following review helpful By allan@allan-snow.freeserve.co.uk on 17 Feb 2001
Format: Audio CD
I first heard Eva Cassidy singing Over The Rainbow (not on this album) on Top Of The Pops 2 in late 2000. Later I heard another track (Wonderful World) played on Radio 2. I was hooked. When I read the review synopsis on Amazon which basically states that she could not get a record deal because all the record company execs wanted to pidgion-hole her talent into a single category I was dumbfounded. Surely with talent like this you would create a new category if you must. Come on all you record companies, how many other great talents are we to possibly miss because you don't know upon which rack in the record shop to put an artist. It is such a tragic waste that there is such a small quantity of Eva's sound left for us to hear. I once heard it said that "If you ain't got the blues, then you ain't got a soul". Well Eva could do Blues, but she could equally do Country (Penny to my name), Gospel (Way beyond the blue), and the most sensual version of Time after Time that I think I have heard. The BBC Radio 2 website is currently running a poll of voices of the Century to be played over Easter. Eva got my vote at number one. I also currently have the Live at Blues Alley album which shows the breadth of one of the greatest vocal talents of all time (In my humble opinion) and is a must have addition to any record collection. Finally I would ask that if any more recordings exist that they be assembled into more albums and released into the world. It's such a tragic shame we cannot record more from beyond the grave.
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35 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Mr. GF Settle VINE VOICE on 8 Feb 2003
Format: Audio CD
I've just received an email from my friend Varna in Denver Colorado asking why I rave about Eva. Well it so happens I was listening to 'Time after Time' on my PC and replied that it's simple EVA has the Sweetest Voice I've ever heard, she arranges songs and plays a guitar like no one else. Just writing this review and reading other Amazon comments send shivers down my spine.
This CD is a superb collection of songs starting with the Paul Simon classic Kathy's song that Art and him sang so well she takes to another level. Bill Wither's Ain't no Sunshine with piano accompaniement and just on at the moment Joni Mitchell's Woodstock sung with so much passion and grace.
There is such a lovely mix from a touch of folk, blue in 'Way beyond the blue' a brilliant Vocal rendition. How she pulled off such quality, control etc is beyond most of us?
This CD is a great and lasting testiment to her a brilliant artist because that's simply what she was.
If it hadn't been for Paul Walters of the Terry Wogan BBC Radio 2 breakfast show it may have taken a bit longer for her talent to be recongnised here in England, but as soon as you hear the first notes from her guitar and voice you will realise why he had such faith and conviction.
This is certainly one of her best CD's if not the best just go out and buy it you won't be disappointed & if you want an excellent book on her life with pictures of her art you wno't go wrong with 'EVA Cassidy SONGBIRD, Her Story by those who knew her' ISBN 0-75284-779-1'.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 22 May 2000
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When I first heard Eva Cassidy on Radio 2's 'Whispering Bob' show, it was like hearing an angel. Her voice blew me away. Every album she graces still sends shivers through my soul. This album, with its more moody and bluesy style of 'Ain't no sunshine', it's faster pace of 'The Letter' and the incredible version of 'Time After Time' that I'm sure, would even bring tears to Cyndi Lauper, has to be Eva's best album.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Mr. GF Settle VINE VOICE on 14 Feb 2003
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You'll listen to this many times over and hear something new each time.
Starting with a great rendition of Paul Simon's Kathy's song, Eva drifts effortlessly into Bill Wither's Ain't no Sunshine. She will take you on a journey several decades ago and bring a fresh interpretation to these famous songs.
There is so much feeling in all the tracks that you know she really understood and studies what the original authors of the songs wanted to convey.
As a Join Mitchelle fan I enjoyed the way Eva appraoched Woodstock and then in contrast finishes with a traditional gospel version of Way beyond the Blue combining extremely well with the choir. I think you might just join in clapping, humming and singing along. One to thoroughly enjoy.
I'll leave you to explore the remaining tracks some you may know and others perhaps not but enjoy them all I'm sure you will.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 10 Jan 2001
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I had this CD bought for me! I was astounded! Her versionof Kathys Song and Time after Time are phenomenal! From listening to this one album you get the impression that you could give Eva Cassidy anything and she would sing it perfectly!! But the most impressive thing about this album is the way she reworks classic songs and makes them her own!Not to mention her own material which can only be described as out of this world!
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