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Album Review

Encapsulating the kind of acoustic singer/songwriter vibe worshiped by the likes of Radio 2, Lisa Miskovsky should have no trouble in finding an audience with Fallingwater, a collection of listenable if fairly inoffensive pop songs. Indeed, "Lady Stardust" became a huge airplay hit in the U.K. and around Europe, thanks to its summery strummed guitar sound that isn't a million miles away from the likes of KT Tunstall. It isn't the only highlight. "Take Me by the Hand" is a gorgeous country ballad that showcases Miskovsky's vocal warmth, and the uplifting "Joan of Arc" is full of sparkling pop melodies. If only the rest of the album contained as much passion and as much promise. Tracks like "Sing to Me" and "Sweet Dreams" are the kind of bland '70s-inspired AOR that washes over you, leaving little impression and making you long for something a little edgier. Indeed, as Miskovsky is apparently a death metal fan, you would expect something a little more rock-oriented, but only on the k.d. lang-inspired "Midnight Sun" does she get the chance to show off this side that was much more evident on her self-titled debut. And considering she's such an accomplished songwriter for hire, it's surprising how lazy some of the lyrics are, particularly on "A Brand New Day" ("Hey hey hey hey, it's a brand new day"). Miskovsky is a talented vocalist and an obviously gifted musician (she plays most of the instruments here), and there are several flashes of ingenuity. But Fallingwater sometimes displays a lack of originality and personality that would set her apart from her contemporaries. [This edition features two bonus tracks.] ~ Jon O'Brien, Rovi

Customer Reviews


swedish singer singing in english great sound lovely voice nothing amazing just good on the ear, jangly guitars and soft rock lines check it out the single is alright but a brand new day is the standout track not for 50 cent fans


I do agree with the first reviewer of this album by Lisa Miskovsky, it's nice and chilled to listen to and easy and effortless on the ear. It also has some really great tracks on this album like Sweet Dreams, One Dark Night, Midnight Sun, Butterfly Man, Restless Heart, etc, etc, etc. The really isn't a bad song on this album by her at all. If you do like this album by Lisa Miskovsky, check out some other fantastic female Singer/Songwriters like Eva Cassidy, (Songbird) Heather Nova, ( Jasmine Flower, Glow Stars, Oyster, Siren, Storm) Jewel (Pieces Of You, Spirit) and Tori Amos ( Little Earthquakes, Under The Pink, Scarlet's Walk) ALL HIGHLY HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!!!


Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s

Born in Obbola in 1975, Lisa Miskovsky is undoubtedly one of the most successful Swedish singer/songwriters of the noughties. After writing songs for other artists including Backstreet Boys, Miskovsky branched out on her own, releasing her self-titled debut album in 2001, which later helped her to win two Swedish Rock Bear Awards (Best Newcomer, Best Female Artist). Two years later she accepted Best Female Artist at the Swedish Grammys for her second release, the Joakim Berg-produced Fallingwater,...
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