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a voice of her own...,
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This review is from: Lost Where I Belong (Audio CD)
As with most recordings destined to become classics - this has a relevance - an authenticity - an orignal sound.
Perhaps evolving from/leaning towards some of the best of early Bristol - Massive Attack, Shara Nelson, Portishead, Beth Gibbons with some early Soul II Soul.
Initially laid-back understated vocals over, a seemingly minimal backing only for both gain new depth and understanding through repeated listenings.
I think this will be a 'sleeper' gaining popular appeal through word word of mouth - positive reviews...
I hope so - as it would be a loss for us not to hear more of this unique talent - a woman with an voice of her own.
For me this will be a constant constant companion - shuffled on my play-list along with the new Bonobo, early Neneh Cherry, Moby, King Britt, DJ Shadow, Zero 7, Groove Armada and Thievery Corporation.
I hope this will be one of your constant companions too.