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Customer Review

on 1 September 2006
Former Young Disciples vocalist and daughter of Vikki, Carleen Anderson's profile as a solo artist has never been high.

1998's "Blessed Burden" should really have been the album to break her. Collaborations with Paul Weller and Mick Talbot as well as some ex-Galliano musicians should in theory have delivered the goods.

There are some excellent tracks on here. "Peice Of Clay" is a quality soulful preach and "Leopards In The Temple" is an exquisite peice of soul-gospel sung beautifully.

Anderson's version of "Maybe I'm Amazed" and Van Morrison's "Who Was That Masked Man?" are also very accomplished.

What lets it down is the stodgy "Fortunes Drive" which at times sounds a little cacophonous and a few forgettable funk-lite tracks.

This album deserved to sell better than it did and Anderson deserves a higher profile than she gets.
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