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This Edinburgh-born lass first came to my attention during an October appearence on 'Later With Jools Holland.' What particularly grabbed me was a terrific performance of 'Black Horse and the Cherry Tree', for which Tunstall recorded and looped sounds, whilst playing, ingeniously building up a sound that was not only infectious, but kind of unique. Remembering that performance fondly, I purchased this, her debut LP, on something of a whim.
First, the 'Jools' performance is included on this record as a bonus track. It's brilliant (it's almost worth the cover price alone) but it is also something of a red herring. Not one of the eleven other tracks on the album come anywhere near to… Read more