Joy Watson

Joy on 29 September 2010
Helpful votes received on reviews: 100% (14 of 14)
 

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That Girl ~ Stephanie Kirkham
That Girl ~ Stephanie Kirkham
9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
The album opens with the words "Sitting in a long dark dress wearing coloured tights ..." If "That Girl", the opening track, isn't a girlie song then I don't know what is. Stephanie Kirkham sounds like someone else more famous that you like but can't quite place. If you like Katie Melua and gently emotional lyrics, then you will like this. The album has great variety in terms of pace and energy, but is always gentle, softly romantic and ideal for anyone, certainly not only females, to play during a quiet night in to their prospective partner after a candlelit dinner. Check out "Inappropriate" (track 3): I've been there myself!
Dream of the West ~ Outlaws
Dream of the West ~ Outlaws
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Well worth owning, 9 Oct 2005
This was a legendary album of Shadows-like instrumentals from the writer of the Tornados' 1962 No. 1 "Telstar", Joe Meek. Hard to get even in 1961 when it was released, and now long deleted on CD too, this disc contains an exceptionally good set from the period when the equally legendary producer Joe Meek was at his best. Contains all the original sleeve notes by "Robert Duke", one of Joe's many pseudonyms.

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