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  • Audio CD (17 Oct. 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Banana
  • ASIN: B000B8Q8KC
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
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What a relief to report that song craft is alive and well in 2005. And by all indications, Eileen Rose carries the torch somewhere close to singlehandedly for the newest crop of singer-songwriters on either side of the pond. An exaggeration? Not in the least. Rising head and shoulders above most of her contemporaries whose personal musings pay no respect to that quaint notion called melody, Eileen's compositions are of a quality that should make more established heavy hitters take ready notice. John Lennon lamented that the first time he heard Dave Edmunds' "I Hear You Knocking" he was riled that he hadn't written the song himself. I contend that Stevie Wonder might feel the same way about Eileen's bittersweet but blissful "Never Be the Same." And I submit that had Elton John rendered "Ocean of Fire" he would surely find his performances of the anthem answered by a thousand flickering lights. And had Sara McLachlin penned "Saffron & Ginger" she would send audiences fumbling toward ecstasy all over again. On "Come the Storm" Eileen Rose combines Cohen-caliber lyrical gifts with Brill Building musical mastery. And the result is revealed ten times over on her third solo release, her first on Banana Recordings. So, as the question is begged by such exuberant praise of Eileen's craft, what is it that constitutes a great song anyway? According to Hank Williams a good song is one that you can sing behind a plow. Lo and behold, "Come the Storm" is fertile with songs you can actually sing behind the wheel.
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I don't know why Eileen Rose isn't a huge megastar. Her albums have all been released to great critical acclaim, and Come The Storm shows her true versatility.

From the epic Ocean of Fire to the laid back, Sunday afternoon drinking with friends song Stagger Home, Eileen's songs show off her wonderful talent as a songwriter, and her vocal talent is second to none. She has the power to move this old cynic the way no other female artist can.

Everyone should have this album in their collection!
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Another fabulous offering from this wonderful singer and musician. I struggle to choose which of her albums I like the best, but this is a wonderful problem to have. She's a talented musician and a great writer, but what I love most about her is her singing. She delivers an emotional wattage that just knocks the socks off me; hard to categorize but with roots in the blues among various other antecedents. Fabulous. Don't miss the other albums either --
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5.0 out of 5 stars A Perfect Storm 20 Oct. 2005
By David Squibb - Published on Amazon.com
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What a relief to report that song craft is alive and well in 2005. And by all indications, Eileen Rose carries the torch almost singlehandedly for the newest crop of singer-songwriters on either side of the pond. An exaggeration? Not in the least. Rising head and shoulders above most of her contemporaries whose personal musings pay only fleeting respect to that quaint notion called melody, Eileen's compositions are of a quality that should make more established heavy hitters take notice. John Lennon lamented that the first time he heard Dave Edmunds' "I Hear You Knocking" he was pissed that he hadn't written the song himself. I contend that Stevie Wonder might feel the same way about Eileen's bittersweet but blissful "Never Be the Same." And I suggest that had Elton John written the instant classic "Ocean of Fire" he might find his performances of the anthem answered by a thousand flickering lights. And had Sara McLachlin penned the sultry "Saffron & Ginger" she would surely send audiences fumbling towards ecstasy all over again. On "Come the Storm" Eileen Rose combines Cohen caliber lyrical gifts with Brill Building musical mastery. And the result is revealed ten times over on this third solo release, her first on Banana Recordings. So, as the question is begged by such exuberant praise of Eileen's craft, what is it that constitutes a great song anyway? According to Hank Williams a good song was one you could sing behind a plow. Lo and behold, "Come the Storm" is fertile with songs you can actually sing behind the wheel.
5.0 out of 5 stars Somewhere Hank Williams is tipping his hat to her and Patsy Cline is giving her an approving nod. 29 Jan. 2016
By Constant Traveler - Published on Amazon.com
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Another reviewer did a great job of describing how Eileen Rose is a most remarkable songwriter and a really masterful composer of music and musical arrangements and how that is so evident on this Come the Storm record. Oftentimes the craft, instincts, and sheer talent - plus all that hard work to get there and bring it all together - is missing in popular music. Other times it is overlooked because you are so busy just enjoying the songs. Many new guitar players, for example, think they'll be able to learn all those old Beatles songs in a weekend. They are shocked when they see the sheet music and how complicated some of those teeny-bopper tunes can actually be if you play them right. Lovers of Willy Nelson's seemingly casual country songs can be surprised to learn that he plays lots of pretty impressive jazz chords. Eileen can make it all look very easy, too, with that kind of girl-next-door style that will inspire thousands of young women to be empowered, pick up an instrument, and start a band in their basement.

She isn't just another singer songwriter or Nashville recording artist. She's a total badass who is exposing the truth of what's been missing in way too much of today's music - especially the corporate-packaged plastic that pollutes the airwaves of radio stations that use programming created by robots and computers instead of real disc jockeys. Somewhere Hank Williams is tipping his hat to her and Patsy Cline is giving her an approving nod.
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