The Power of Love
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Debut studio album by the English singer and winner of the tenth series of ITV's 'The X Factor'. Featuring the singles 'Skyscraper' and 'Compass' the album entered the UK Albums Chart at #1.
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Sam Bailey (born 29 June 1977) is an English singer, known for winning the tenth series of The X Factor in 2013. Following her win, her debut single, a cover of Demi Lovato's "Skyscraper", was released on 16 December 2013, achieving the Christmas number one on 22 December 2013. She was the first X Factor winner in three years to gain the Christmas number one spot. (Trivia: last time was Matt Cardle’s When We Collide in 2010)
On 24 February 2014, Bailey supported Beyoncé on one of the dates of her UK leg of The Mrs. Carter Show World Tour, as well as performing on The X Factor Live Tour. Her debut album The Power of Love was released on 24 March 2014 and debuted at number one on the UK Albums Chart, the last time being Alexandra Burke topped the chart with her debut album Overcome in October 2009. In support of the album, Bailey will go on her first ever headline tour in January and February 2015.
She is happily married to Craig, with two lovely children, Brooke and Tommy.
I have compiled a song listing (with chart position & year, plus personal comments), which is as follows:
01 The Power Of Love*performed live on he 19th National Television Awards
02 From This Moment On
03 There You’ll Be
04 And I’m Telling You (duet with Nicole Scherzinger)*originally performed in the X Factor Final.
06 Lord Is It Mine
07 Get There
09 Ain’t No Mountain High Enough (duet with Michael Bolton)*performed live on he 19th National Television Awards
11 Skyscraper (UK 1/2013; SCOTLAND 1/2013; IRELAND 1/2013)
1 This is a very powerful album with 11 great songs.Read more ›
The only slight request I have, is that I would love to hear more songs form her with a more gentle touch... The quieter ones. She certainly has the voice and ability to be able to sing such songs. But perhaps she is saving this for her next album (bring it out soon please Sam!).
I discovered her almost accidentally really, as due to work I don't normally get the opportunity to watch X factor. I heard a repeat of an episode on television and was really impressed. I'm still impressed after listening to this cd a couple of times this morning and hope to hear more from her in the future.
1. The Power of Love 4.5/5 - her performance of this on the x factor really cemented her as my favourite and her version here is one of the highlights. The only slightly niggle is the extra note before the key change, which I noticed on the x factor the production often didn't give a smooth transition.
2. From This Moment on 3/5 - like the song choice, but I feel she belts too soon on this track, without properly building up to it.
3. There You'll Be 3/5 - opposite of previous track, I groaned at the song, Breathe would have been a much more interesting Faith Hill song to choose and with its sensual quality rather than the overpowering sentimentality would have added a bit of emotional range to the album. That said she does use the softer side of her voice a little more.
4. And I Am Telling You 4/5 - a good duet well sung.
5. Compass 5/5 - really like this song, slightly unfamiliar to me at least, which is makes it fresher.
6. Lord is it mine 4/5 - another heartfelt song.
7. Get Here 3/5 - Sam's version is ok, but I'm a little bored of this song after hearing it on Pop Idol and I never liked it then. It's kind of dreary and the musical equivalent of a soggy bottom.
8. Treasure 4.5/5 - the only original song, written by Diane Warren and shows a softer side to Sam's voice, which this album could do more in places.
9. Ain't No Mountain High Enough 4/5 - Another good duet.
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Lovely music. She is a brilliant singer. Would recommend to others. Many thanksPublished 3 months ago by Jessica Hack
Not that good, a few songs were fine, but the rest wasn't too strong, I ended up giving mine away.Published 6 months ago by AH