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Originally released in 1983 on the Chrysalis label, 'Ritmo' became a UK Top 30 album. Judie continues to tour and record. Digitally remastered and slipcased and with new liner notes.
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I wholeheartedly agree with the first two reviewers, this is an excellent album. But buyers should know that this was also an important change in direction for Judie Tzuke and her band, which I think took a lot of her fans, and possibly even her record label by surprise. The music is more experimental than her earlier recordings, and explores a lot of new sounds as well as a few dark subjects.
The first track 'Jeanie No' is one that I always dismissed as lightweight. I think the remastering does it greater justice, it has a strong vocal and a musical backing that was very contemporary at the time. This track was released as a single, and didn't do well. I think it's a track that needs to be heard on a good sound system, and the old medium wave reception of BBC Radio One on the typical transistor radio we all used in the seventies never did it justice!
'She Don't Live Here Any More' is a much more powerful track with a defiant lyric, that might also offer a message for fans of her earlier work. This is NOT the same old same old!
Some tracks on the album have lived with me since first hearing them more than 25 years ago, particularly the haunting 'Face to Face' and 'How do I Feel' both compelling in their own ways with powerful backing vocals and unforgettable lyrics. 'Walk/Don't Walk' is like a mini thriller movie. 'Nighthawks' evokes a fabulous feeling of night time revellers, and features the notable contribution of jazz saxophonist Andy Sheppard.Read more ›
If you are not already a fan then you should give this album a try and investigate her back catalogue - you have been missing one of the most underrated singer/songwriters in the UK over the last 20-30 years!!
The reissue is the same as the BGO c.d. from a few years back.
Great c.d. none the less.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love Judie Tzuke and this was bought to replace an old cassette tape.Published 1 month ago by Chatbois
Big fan of Judie. Got about 10 of her albums and to see her live is worth every penny you will spend on buying a ticket. But. this album is the worst album she made in my opinion. Read morePublished 13 months ago by dave shane
i thought this was a brilliant album my favorite track was jeannie no and night hawks i loved every track & im thinking of buying further albums by Judie TZukePublished on 5 May 2014 by clive
Always loved Judy Tzuke since Welcome to the cruise. I had a collection of her albums on vinyl and I am delighted to find them again on CD.Published on 6 Jan. 2013 by Lord John