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on 11 October 2014
With the current rise of female blues singers around at the moment such Joanne Shaw Taylor, No Sinner and the excellent Blue Pills I had high expectations of this album after reading the positive reviews on Amazon.
Well was I underwhelmed when I played this. Average song writing and bland vocals. I persevered in the hope that I would change my mind, after all the music business needs new blood. Sorry to say I still feel the same.
A few weeks ago I noticed they were playing locally to me and was hoping seeing Ms Harman live would entice me to enjoying her music. Wrong, under rehearsed band and very little stage presence and a less than half full venue made for a less than great night out.
Did not give a one star review as surely the next album can only get better.
If this is the future of British blues, will the last person to leave the venue please turn off the lights