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by Lakerfanster - written on 07/02/11 (Very useful, 76 readings)
minor gripe about the song. 6.) Eternity This is a pleasant track written by husband Darrel Higham. It has a nice rockabilly dance feel and flows well, I Imelda May s voice is strong on this one and the musicianship is again strong. It just doesn t have the same impact on you as the best on here. I am struggling to say a lot more on this track. It just doesn t grab you as much as the best. 7.) Inside Out This is another catchy track which showcases her vocals well. There s some great trumpet playing here and everything is decent about the music and the vocals. I just feel that this is another track which is veering towards just a decent track. It doesn t have the ...
Love Tattoo - Imelda MayBoom Boom Pow! (1086 words)
by paulhanton - written on 23/10/09 (Very useful, 476 readings)
Love Tattoo I Imelda May (2008) Well, this is not generally my genre of music however, this woman s voice and the freaky cool nature of the songs have taken me a little by storm. Those that read my reviews (thank you) know that I often only download one or two tracks from an album; this album, like The King Blues, has been downloaded in its entirety. Her genre is Rockabilly, though not in the old sense, but in a more, hip new way. Interestingly, iTunes lists the genre as blues ...na, don t think so! She has a jazz and swing background which shine through in some of the numbers and I suppose that is what drew me to her, that and the fact that when I first heard Big, ...
Love Tattoo - Imelda MayLove Tattoo - Imelda May. (241 words)
by margerydawes - written on 02/09/09 (Very useful, 50 readings)
I saw the Dublin-born I Imelda May at a festival recently and am still recovering from the experience. What a voice and what a performance! Imelda May and her band are definitely an act to see live - she put in an energetic performance and seemed to be enjoying the set as much as the crowd did. I bought Love Tattoo after the festival and of course, while it s not quite the experience of seeing her live set, it is immense. Her voice is just incredibly powerful and raw and is complemented by this album which shows off her vocal talents in everything from rockabilly and jazz to blues (she started her career in the Blues Clubs of Dublin). I think my favourite here is Johnny ...