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Storm & Grace (Deluxe Edition)

Storm & Grace (Deluxe Edition)

1 Jan 2012
4.7 out of 5 stars 34 customer reviews

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Digital Booklet: Storm & Grace
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  • Original Release Date: 1 Jan. 2012
  • Release Date: 14 May 2012
  • Label: Universal-Island Records Ltd.
  • Copyright: (C) 2012 XIX Recordings, LLC, under exclusive license to Universal Republic Records, a Division of UMG Recordings
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  • Total Length: 58:23
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  • ASIN: B007YS5ES4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 34 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 76,784 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)
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I already purchased Lisa Marie's first two albums when they were released, so I trusted that I'd be in for a good listen with her third album, Storm & Grace. How wrong I was.

Storm & Grace isn't merely a "good" album. It is a beautiful album - very honest, haunting, enchanting and at times masterful.

This talented woman is so underrated by people, purely because they feel she made it based on her father's fame. How wrong they are. Lisa Marie is an artist so talented and visionary that she would have been releasing music with or without her famous family behind her. She certainly deserves recognition and respect in her own right: what she does is nothing short of amazing.

Songs such as "Storm and Grace" "You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet" "I Was Wrong" and "Close To The Edge" are all exceptional, as is the majority of the album.

I can't recommend it enough: Lisa Marie hasn't sold out to current trends, she hasn't tried to mould herself into something she is not - she is simply content to be herself, and this shines out through her music.

If you want something a little deeper than what you find in the throw-away charts nowadays, then try this album. It is moody, gets under your skin, and you really feel like you take a journey with this woman as you listen to her world unfold through song.

I give it 5 out of 5, because it deserves it.

Anyone rating it less because of her name and her family background are giving this woman a disservice: she is talented in her own right. Try it for yourself, give her time: I promise you will find it hard to be disappointed in what she delivers!
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Upon first listen to Lisa Marie's first record in 7 years (plus her debut record on a new label) what strikes you initially is how different this record is in contrast to previous albums 'To Whom It May Concern' and 'Now What'. Where those records were filled with great angry rock songs and deeply personal ballads, this new album appears to the flip side of the coin. The sound is stripped back, bluesy and soulful. Vocally, Lisa continues to use her smokey/raspy voice to good use though at times it does hark back to the early days where at times it is hard to understand exactly what she is singing unless you are reading along the with the lyrics in the sleeve booklet. Despite this one flaw, lyrically she is on the ball as she always is and I still find it incredible that she write such brilliant lyrics and melodies on her own without the aid on co-writers (as so many do these days).
After only a couple of listens it is too soon for me to pick out individual tracks as favourites, however I am finding the more upbeat songs slightly more appealing but I think this will depend on my mood at the time. Opening track 'Over Me' and bonus track 'Heartless' just straight to the front of the queue but with each listen this record becomes like an onion where you continue to peel layers off to reveal more and more. I just wish I could write a record myself one day half a brilliant.
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After a long break, Lisa Marie Presley is back with the best album of her career. Gone are the over produced songs, in place are soulful songs with a southern sound. Though some words are hard to understand her voice is beautiful and after listening to the CD a few times the songs grow on you more and more. It's a shame she is often compared to her father, though an excellent singer in her own right, she doesn't have the vocal range of Elvis and there lies the problem. Many Elvis fans often buy her albums for curiosity sake, then slate her for not being as powerful or singing like Elvis. I'm a great Elvis fan but I look at Lisa Marie Presley, not only as his daughter, but as an artist in her own right with her own style. She obviously inherited some music talent from her father. I'm glad I bought this album and just hope she gets the praise and support she deserves.
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This is quite a different album from Lisa Marie, and has much less of a rock feel to it than her other offerings. It has a kind of country sound to it, which I really like. In fact, it's a very good album - I like every track. I find it hard to hear all the words so I read the lyrics. Some very deep, insightful thoughts here, mixed with a good deal of cynicism, our Lisa Marie is not a happy soul. She is obviously a deep thinker who has been through some emotional turmoil. Mind you, when it comes to a hard act to follow, Lisa Marie Presley must have the doozey of all time.

I can remember the first time I saw Lisa Marie being interviewed when she had just released her first album. I was so disappointed. Could this charmless, prickly woman really be Elvis' daughter? And why didn't she want to talk about Elvis? Now she seems to have mellowed (after all, she is now older than Elvis was when he passed away). The last time I saw her being interviewed she seemed to have developed a much sweeter disposition and her hackles didn't rise when the interviewer mentioned her dad.

It's a strange old world - you can see an Indian child in the midst of poverty with a glorious smile and a face full of hope and happiness. Then here comes one of the richest women in the world with a heart full of turmoil and pain. And I am not misreading her, just read the Special Thanks page. I am not criticising her, just contemplating the complexities of this life (a bit like Lisa Marie, except I can't put my thoughts into songs!)

To sum up, Lisa Marie is a good singer and a gifted songwriter. This album is worth buying, she's not trading on her name and deserved to be respected as an artist in her own right. However, for me, to know that I am listening to the beloved daughter of Elvis Presley, as someone who even now laments his passing, makes it a bit more special.
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