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  • Audio CD (8 July 1996)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: 4ad
  • ASIN: B0000251JK
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
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HEIDI BERRY Miracle (UK 9-track CD album on 4AD with lyric booklet and picture sleeve CAD6011CD)

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There's a violin, and a banjo (i think) and a folk-feel to the album. I like it. I also like Karine Polwart, if that helps you? Amy MacDonald is very like The Cranberries, and also Celtic, and also one of my favs. I'm listening to this album as i type, after having boxed it away with hundreds of others, and i'm going to buy another of hers to see if i like that too. If you get a chance, try 'Women in Docs', australian folk.
I wish you all every success and happiness in life.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Instead of focusing on Berry's lovely voice and interesting lyrics, she acts as if she's only fronting a band that rocks out 11 Dec. 2014
By Christopher Culver - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Heidi Berry's MIRACLE was the third and last of the albums that this singer/songwriter recorded for the 4AD label in the 1990s, being preceded by Love and the self-titled Heidi Berry.

Berry was signed to 4AD after label head Ivo Watts-Russell fell in love with her lyrical approach, which he thought similar to folk music. A "Celtic" atmosphere has occasionally been ascribed to Berry's music, mainly based on a subtle burr in her voice. That's a coincidence, as Berry was born in the United States and brought up in the south of England. MIRACLE, however, features many moments that could have come from an Irish or Scottish electrified roots act like Capercaillie, though this is due less to Berry's voice than to the scoring: violin/fiddle and other strings are prominent on this album. That's not the only new sound on MIRACLE. On "The Mountain" and "Northern Country" she seems to be experimenting with new methods of vocal expression. "Time" puts her singing through electronic alteration at points. "Holy Grail" has a vocal chorus that alludes to gospel music.

Unfortunately, I find this album an immense disappointment. The charm of Heidi Berry's earlier releases were her words and voice. The music was provided by no-name session players and of no especial virtuosity or impact; it was there just because something had to be there behind her. On this album Berry steps aside at times as if this were a band album, and we are left to hear the instrumentalists/sampled loops alone. Not what I want to hear! Plus, because Berry wanted to more equitably share the spotlight with the players, her lyrics are simpler and more repetitive than on earlier albums.

Was Berry trying to create a more conventionally commercial album? She wouldn't have been the first 4AD artist to initially work under the undemanding adoration of label founder Ivo Watts-Russell, but then be pressured by successive label management to turn in something that would sell. Regardless, the magic is gone here.
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3.0 out of 5 stars A Disappointing Album, Lacking Focus and Depth 18 Oct. 2002
By Lucius Kwok - Published on
Format: Audio CD
On this album, Heidi Berry departs from the dark brooding beauty of her earlier works. She seems to be searching for a different sound, but isn't successful at it. On some songs she leans towards the Celtic and Medieval, while on others she sounds almost Country-Western, but the songs themselves meander without much focus, and the album as a whole seems to search for a theme without getting anywhere. It seems she released this collection of songs for the sole purpose of releasing another album, rather than making a piece of art.
This is a bitter disappointment if you're a fan of her previous albums. Her voice really shines when placed against the right instruments and in the right songs, and unfortunately, this album doesn't do that. With a little more work, this album could have been much better.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Beautiful music 3 Mar. 2013
By Sumo1 - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Heidi Berry writes songs that are thoughtful and beautiful. A creative talent that cannot be praised enough. The music draws the listener into a warmth and love of life. Get this record. It's something truly special.
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