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5.0 out of 5 stars
A fantastic introduction to her newer material, 13 May 2014
I've been a fan of Judie Tzuke for a few years now. I discovered her through a compilation album with a selection of songs from her first three 'Rocket' albums and her only album on the Polydor label, 'Turning Stones'. Moon on a Mirrorball is a far superior compilation with songs from throughout her career. Initially I preferred Disc 2 with its bias towards her more well known songs from albums which graced the top 40. However time spent listening to Disc 1 brings you right up to date as it takes you on a tour of her more recent albums and reveals this double record to be a real winner. The more recent songs are as good as any of her previous work and some of the songs written for this compilation are simply brilliant! Judie is in many respects a well kept secret but deserves a wider audience. This album is a fantastic introduction into Judie's work. It may take a few listens for you to 'get it' - but when you do you'll be a lifelong fan!