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Lady Croissant

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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: EMI Music & Marketing
  • ASIN: 5557859543
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)

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Sia is widely known for her ethereal voice from chill-out group Zero 7. 'Lady Croissant' is Sia's first live CD recorded live at Bowery Ballroom in New York.

'Pictures' is the studio track which is much more upbeat than her usual stuff a really sweet song what a great song- about trying to let go of someone that has hurt you though you still love them. but maybe, no matter how hard you try the thought of her stays with you because you believe they're the one.

The live album really starts with the fantastic song 'Don't Bring Me Down' one of my favourite all time songs the song isn't as intimate and fragile as the album version the song is about coming down from being on Exstacy and feeling depressed and low. I love it, theres not much change with her voice as a inclination that she is just a natural singer.

'Destiny' is a song that was made famous by Zero 7 she sings the song with Sophie Barker on the album but on this it's just her on her own great version.

'Blow It All Away' was from her debut and one of the best songs from it!

It was a pretty loud song anyway but the live version seems to make it more personal she, as always sounds utterly fantastic the solo piano at the end kills me every time, so pretty.

'Lentil' is my favourite song it's a new song I listen to it so much it's a bit like 'Numb'

but better (even though i love 'Numb' too!). The chorus is so good i love the way the chorus' it's almost like shes mumbling the breaks into a powerful statement of "so I never meant to let you down"

I don't know if theres a studio version if there is i want to hear it!
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By Spider Monkey HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on 7 Jun. 2007
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This is a great album of Sia doing what she does best, singing beautiful songs in her own haunting and captivating style. There is a good mix of songs here, the first being a new studio track and the others live. 'Breathe me' is as fantastic as ever and 'Distractions' is simply superb. This is great for late at night, chilling to and completely relaxing with her beautiful voice. Well worth a go, if you're new to Sia or already completely hooked.

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I'm lucky enough to have seen Sia perform live twice and I have to say I find her stage presence absolutely mesmerising. She seems to be able to communicate strength while combining it with the appeal of vunerability.
This album combines some of her work from previous albums, picking out a few of her best, such as 'Destiny' which she did with zero seven and 'Blow it all away' from her, 'Healing is difficult' album and mixes them with a few new tracks. I particularly love, 'lentil' and her cover of the Pretenders, 'I go to sleep' which is sung with so much emotion that it is almost painfully beautiful to listen to. It is just a shame there are only nine tracks to enjoy, encore sia!!!!I can't commend Sia more, once you've become entranced by her original lyrics and voice she may become somewhat of an obsession. I'm longing for some new material!
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By Spider Monkey HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on 7 Jun. 2007
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This is a great album of Sia doing what she does best, singing beautiful songs in her own haunting and captivating style. There is a good mix of songs here, the first being a new studio track and the others live. 'Breathe me' is as fantastic as ever and 'Distractions' is simply superb. This is great for late at night, chilling to and completely relaxing with her beautiful voice. Well worth a go, if you're new to Sia or already completely hooked.

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Lady Croissiant is everything Colour the Small One should have been. Her live performance is both powerful and enchanting. The tracks that failed to inspire on the studio album come to life when performed live. The addition of a couple of Zero 7 classics and a Pretenders cover add to the mix, and you find that 8 live tracks is simply not satisfactory. If you are a Zero 7 follower curious about Sia's post Zero 7 work, then I recommend this CD.
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I dont like leaving bad reviews as I think unless you have something positive or constructive to say, then dont. However listening to this album as I type, it has provoked me to add this warning to future buyers. I'm not going into the songs on this album, as other reviewers have covered them better than I could.

This album is ruined for me by the appalling mastering of this CD - the sound is atrocious!
What is immediately obvious is that all the instruments and vocals are crammed into the centre without any sense of space and air between them, normally associated with live performances.

There is no definition to the instruments and at times its difficult to tell exactly what instruments are being played. However, my biggest gripe is with the bass. The bass is muddy, boomy and distorting.
How was this recorded? I find it hard to believe this was mixed in a studio with proper reference gear and not by someone with apple ibuds? If I hadn't actually bought the CD myself, I would have believed that what I was listening to was a low bitrate download!

I would give this album 5* and it would be among my favourite live albums if it wasnt for the very, very poor mastering.
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