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This review is from: The Big Black and The Blue (Audio CD)
Excellent album from the two teenage sisters from Sweden. Musically well beyond their youthful years. Superb vocalists it will draw you in and consume your soul.Deserve and hopefully will achieve the recognition their talents warrant. They are even better LIVE.......
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Initial post: 20 Apr 2010 13:19:20 BDT
Mrs. C. A. Harrison says:
They have just been announced to play at Latitude Festival in Suffolk this summer.
In reply to an earlier post on 30 Apr 2010 21:33:37 BDT
Last edited by the author on 30 Apr 2010 21:37:28 BDT
R. P. Greenhalgh says:
Oh yes! You noticed that too and, unfortunately, they had to pull out of Latitude 2009 for unforeseen reasons. I saw them play live at End Of The Road 2009 and they were stunningly good (unlike my photography).
Their off-the-cuff and slightly modernised, but only in a way that kept it relevant to the early 21st century with no clever tricks at all, take on 'Universal Soldier', was actually more devastating than it was sublime. It was received with a resonance that befitted it - awe and total silence - a rare moment when thoughts from the Cenotaph came to a festival. Not many can do that and fewer those still in their teens - although many of those killed in the Great War were exactly thus.
'Thoughts on Music' rpgreenhalgh.blogspot.com
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