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Lisa Marie Presley

Storm & Grace

With all the hoopla that has surrounded her, it’s easy to forget that Lisa Marie Presley is at heart a simple Southern girl whose earliest musical memories are of obsessively listening to 45’s in her bedroom at Graceland and of her dad catching her singing into a hairbrush in front of a mirror at the age of three.

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  • Audio CD (13 Jan. 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Toshiba EMI Japan
  • ASIN: B00008KL3N
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 92,809 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 28 Jun. 2003
Format: Audio CD
I have to admit that I bought this album mainly out of curiosity. Would the daughter of the King be able to cut it?
But it's not fair to judge Lisa Marie Presley against the legend of her father. Elvis was the King of Rock 'n' Roll. How could anyone live up to that kind of towering presence? And to her credit, Lisa Marie hasn't tried to compete with daddy.
She has produced an album that is full of lyrics about her life. She sings from the heart, in a deep, rocky, bluesy voice, about her lovers, her children and her father. Despite the lyrical content, this album doesn't play on her connection to Elvis. She doesn't cover any of his tracks and neither has she gone for the safe, middle ground of packaged pop, going instead for a rocky, guitar driven sound. 'To Whom It May Concern' is a heartfelt album, crafted by a woman who in her mid-thirties has started to come to terms with her life and who she is. You can almost her her saying, 'This is me, take it or leave it'.
I'd heard the single, 'Lights Out', and found that it grew on me and so has the album. It stands up reasonably well on first playing but it just gets better the more you play it. I think that Lisa Marie Presley could hold her own with the likes of Sheryl Crow and Alanis Morrissette. Like me, I think many people will buy Lisa Marie's album because she's Elvis' daughter but that's not why I play it again and again. She may have the advantage of the instant publicity that comes with the Presley name but with it comes a certain expectation, miles higher that most newcomers have to contend with. Forget who her dad is and give this album a try - you might be pleasantly surprised.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Cliffy Biro on 17 Jun. 2003
Format: Audio CD
In the wildest of Sheryl Crow's wildest dreams she writes and records an album half as good as To Whom It May Concern. The fact that this is Lisa Marie Presley's first album (and pretty much the first thing she's ever done of note other than being born to the most famous rock star in the history of rock stars and choosing as the second of her three husbands the second most famous rock star in the history of rock stars) makes this superbly consistent record all the more noteworthy. And consistency is the one thing missing in huge swathes of today's artists' repertoires. How many albums have you bought this year and thought "Half of it's excellent, the other half I could live without hearing again"? With To Whom It May Concern, Lisa Marie Presley has turned in 12 (it says 11 but there's the obligatory secret track which thankfully starts only a few seconds after the album's title track fades out) solidly written, well-played, sexily sung,far-from unspectacular songs. You really can't fault it. Had I not heard Lights Out on Friday Night With Jonathan Ross a few weeks ago and seen her interviewed, I probably wouldn't have even bothered giving this a listen, but I would have denied myself the chance to hear one of the best albums released this year so far (and yes, I have a list, it's third behind Aereogramme's Sleep and Release and Radiohead's Hail to the Thief). It's rock and it rocks where it needs to. There's bits of Patti Smith in there, perhaps a hint of Lucinda Williams but Presley has peformed a near miracle by releasing an album that's hardly groundbreaking in its sound or structure, but has its own identity. Considering who she is, you have to take your hat off to her (if you're not wearing a hat, find one, put it on and then take it off. It'll only take you a few seconds).Read more ›
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By "jeremy_griffiths" on 15 May 2003
Format: Audio CD
Ok...I got my CD months ago from a source that I have within the label. I have listened to the whole thing for about 2 months now. Other albums have come and gone in that time but there is something about these songs that just make me come back to the album. These are my thoughts.
S.O.B: Has to be the next single. Dark, twisted but funny...she hasn't the best voice in the world but I like it.
The Road Between: One of the little let downs on the album. Gets a bit dull after a while.
Lights Out: Great song that she wrote in minutes and has haunted her since. Again very dark but you can't help singing along.
Nobody Noticed It: Her tribute to the King. A good song that will fit anyone who has been bereaved.
Better Beware: Big Word overload here. The chorus saves this song from being dull...barely.
Important: Another dark song with humour. This song has really clung to my CD player with glue.
So Lovely: A wonderful almost ballad from Lisa Marie that talks about her children.
Sinking In: I adore this song. The chorus is just amazing and it is a humours song about a relationship gone wrong and why it did. Probably my favourite.
Indifferent: Dull as dish water. AVOID! I never listen to it. No interesting chorus.
Gone: Wonderfully dark lyrics again and if you look them up on the net you will see what I mean. Stunning chorus and a great voice in this one.
To Whom It May Concern: A good song with a strong message. Well...it is 2 songs really in one. The first is rock the second is almost a ballad. Deep thoughts will be induced from this.
Great album. Good voice. The fact she wrote them all is amazing. Lisa Marie would have made her daddy proud...but then it's not about that.
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