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Plate Hanger No 2 - 7.5" - 11" Plate Size  ( 19 - 28 centimetres )
Plate Hanger No 2 - 7.5" - 11" Plate Size ( 19 - 28 centimetres )
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5.0 out of 5 stars Arrived quickly... works perfectly. Thank you ..., 12 July 2014
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Arrived quickly ... works perfectly. Thank you.


Sweet Things
Sweet Things
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic!, 18 Feb. 2007
This review is from: Sweet Things (Audio CD)
Utterly irresistible and dazzlingly vibrant, Indiana Gregg's debut album Woman At Work skilfully fuses infectious soulful pop with sweeping rock to create out-and-out the most refreshing sound of 2007.

Born in the bible-belt of the Midwest, Indiana Gregg's debut album is the sound of an artist truly coming of age, with 35 years worth of life experience fuelling her highly polished songwriting.

Now based in Glasgow, this divorced mum-of-three has a maturity and authenticity that gives rise to a strong vein of female confidence which courses through her material. From this springs a set of songs that are musically sophisticated and lyrically worldly-wise.

As a child Indiana suffered from a strong speech impediment and underwent years of speech therapy to try and overcome this condition. Music and singing emerged as Indiana's main avenue of communication, through which she learned how to express her innermost feelings.

`Woman At Work' is a document of Indiana's life, personally described by her as a `musical diary'. The album conveys a wide scope of human emotion, from the playful frustrations laid down in the catchy `Oh Me Oh My', to the beautifully melancholic meanderings of `Love Is Blind'.

Her wonderfully uplifting debut single `Sweet Things' has echoes of Shania Twain at her very best, as the engaging vocals of Indiana urges the listener to consider how we miss many of the good things in life, due to our focus on the material aspects of modern living.

The album title is self-revealing, a pointer towards a woman who has lived a life day-to-day, bringing up her three children and simply getting by.

Indiana says: "As I worked on these songs I started to recognise who I was and where I wanted to be. Artistically it was a kind of revelation which became the storyboard for songs on the album".

After recording the album `The Hits Reloaded' with Kool & The Gang and supporting Wet Wet Wet on tour, Indiana camped out in a studio for much of 2006, creating her first major release with Wet Wet Wet's producer Ian Morrow. The album is funded in part by Ingenious, a new arts trust that provides financial support for talented independent artists and bands.

Indiana's debut single `Sweet Things' is released March 26th. The album Woman at Work" follows April 2.


Women At Work
Women At Work
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Album released April 2nd., 18 Feb. 2007
This review is from: Women At Work (Audio CD)
Utterly irresistible and dazzlingly vibrant, Indiana Gregg's debut album Woman At Work skilfully fuses infectious soulful pop with sweeping rock to create out-and-out the most refreshing sound of 2007.

Born in the bible-belt of the Midwest, Indiana Gregg's debut album is the sound of an artist truly coming of age, with 35 years worth of life experience fuelling her highly polished songwriting.

Now based in Glasgow, this divorced mum-of-three has a maturity and authenticity that gives rise to a strong vein of female confidence which courses through her material. From this springs a set of songs that are musically sophisticated and lyrically worldly-wise.

As a child Indiana suffered from a strong speech impediment and underwent years of speech therapy to try and overcome this condition. Music and singing emerged as Indiana's main avenue of communication, through which she learned how to express her innermost feelings.

`Woman At Work' is a document of Indiana's life, personally described by her as a `musical diary'. The album conveys a wide scope of human emotion, from the playful frustrations laid down in the catchy `Oh Me Oh My', to the beautifully melancholic meanderings of `Love Is Blind'.

Her wonderfully uplifting debut single `Sweet Things' has echoes of Shania Twain at her very best, as the engaging vocals of Indiana urges the listener to consider how we miss many of the good things in life, due to our focus on the material aspects of modern living.

The album title is self-revealing, a pointer towards a woman who has lived a life day-to-day, bringing up her three children and simply getting by.

Indiana says: "As I worked on these songs I started to recognise who I was and where I wanted to be. Artistically it was a kind of revelation which became the storyboard for songs on the album".

After recording the album `The Hits Reloaded' with Kool & The Gang and supporting Wet Wet Wet on tour, Indiana camped out in a studio for much of 2006, creating her first major release with Wet Wet Wet's producer Ian Morrow. The album is funded in part by Ingenious, a new arts trust that provides financial support for talented independent artists and bands.

Indiana's debut single `Sweet Things' is released March 26th. The album Woman at Work" follows April 2.


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