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Top Customer Reviews
'Sentimental' is a very immediate listening experience. The songs were all recorded in an ensemble fashion, i.e. the way you hear them on the CD is the way they were performed in the studio, with all musicians playing as a band. This alone lends a distinct warmth to the recordings, almost a small club live sound. The arrangements are sparse and simple, and beautifully executed; I don't think Tanita's voice has ever been this lovingly underscored by the instrumentation on any of her previous releases. Nick Lowe's backup vocals and the duet he sings with Tanita in 'Every Day is New' are an additional treat--his mild tones complement her voice perfectly. A wonderful choice.
The songs themselves are deep and, indeed, sentimental (although not altogether melancholic), and show now trace of being written and produced with an eye on sales, hits, or any commercial concerns whatsoever. I'd say these are Tanita Tikaram songs the way Tanita Tikaram wanted them to sound, and many listeners will undoubtedly find that this is exactly the way they have always been wanting to hear them. The nicest thing about this album is that while some tracks instantly stand out, (say, 'Don't Let The Cold' and 'Don't Shake Me Up'), it's impossible to pick favorites after listening to 'Sentimental' a few times: there isn't a single song here that I feel like skipping, something that was not always true for Tanita's past releases.
As far as TT's longtime devotees are concerned, I'm of course preaching to the converted.Read more ›
The entire album just 'got' me on my first listening. I have enjoyed and loved all of Tantita's albums, but this has surely got to be the best so far. Her general style is so different on this album - you have to listen to it to appreciate how different it is. Her voice simply blends into the sound of the instruments. The arrangements are perfect. Just concentrate on that piano - on every track it is wonderful! Nick Lowe's vocals on a couple of tracks, but especially 'Don't Let the Cold', are a very interesting feature.
Do yourself a favour - sit and play the album (don't forget to switch your mobile off or take the land one off the hook!), read through the lyrics in the beautifully produced booklet whilst you are listening (the CD cover/packaging has also been beautifully designed and certainly needs a mention!)and allow yourself to get swallowed by this album. You will love it.
In short, scintillating. A precious jewel!
She hasn't had a collection out since 1998 but with "SENTIMENTAL" she has gone back to what made her so special
and this new cd is right on the mark. Going back to her earlier
recordings sound and style a bit and with a smoldering vocal delivery and top notch layed back musical direction,
she take these jazz-pop hybirds and turns them into the best recordings shes put out, well since the late 80's. You'll find
Nick Lowe on a couple of these and he even adds some distinct
flavor, this one is big winner and just puts Tanita's music
into the must have again.
Mainly all ballads, only mid tempo is DON'T LET THE COLD which chugs along nicely, a slower "Good Tradition".
EVERYDAY IS NEW is a beaut, her dark chocolate voice at its deepest is richer that Cadbury's Bournville !!!.
FOREVER has the type of chorus hook that has you waiting to join in.
Her last two albums I thought were mundane and far from Ancient Heart style. This album is very good indeed. I whacked it in my CD player with nervous anticipation, now canny stop playing the damn thing. Sonically it is excellent, you will like your hi-fi system again...and you wont annoy the neighbours, as its not a rocker. Sat in front row with about 30 people watching her sing Cathedral Song unnacompanied at Edinburgh Festival in 1988, just as she was breaking and thought...what natural talent and great guitarist tae boot. Nothing changing my mind in this album....
Welcome back Tanita. Selemat Datang.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I had last heard Tanita many years ago but was at a funeral recently (that she was also at) and the song Everyday Is New was played and I loved it so bought this album. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Dave
I love Tanita Tikaram and couldn't wait for this to come out way back in 2005. On first listening I thought it was her worst album, tuneless jazz dross. Read morePublished on 24 Feb. 2014 by Richard A. Mccook
Now at her late thirty's and still as goergeous as ever , Tanita Tikaram intents a comeback with " Sentimental " , seven years after 1998's " The Cappuccino Songs " . Read morePublished on 26 Oct. 2009 by giovanni
It's a wonderful CD with great music and lyrics. Her voice is totally under control, sobre, deep and pure. Read morePublished on 17 April 2007 by Stan Smith
I completely disagree with the Swedish fan who thinks this is Tanita's worst album. I have been listening to "Sentimental" at least once a week since it came out last spring, and I... Read morePublished on 3 Aug. 2005