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Album Review

Best of 25 Years Revisited collects 20 remastered tracks from the bluesy British pop vocalist’s post-Yaz (or Yazoo) solo outings, spanning the years between her 1984 debut, Alf, through 2007’s Turn. The remasters sounds exceptional, and nearly all of her most notable singles are here, including “All Cried Out,” "That Olde Devil Called Love," “Weak in the Presence of Beauty," “Love Resurrection,” "Ordinary Girl,” and “Footsteps," but listeners just looking for the Yaz classic “Don’t Go” would be better off with 2003’s Essential compilation, as it contains the best of both worlds. Best of 25 Years Revisited also includes a second disc that features 11 live tracks.

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THE VOICE

Alison Moyet possesses the most versatile and compelling voice to come out of the UK for decades. That glorious voice is captured here on Revisited to mark her 25 years as a solo artist and it encompassess many genres of music form pop,soul,electonica, jazz and blues. There are many highlights on this collection commencing with the awesome debut single"Love Resurrection" from the classic album "Alf" to the wonderfully theatrical "One More Time" from Alison's 2007 album "The Turn".Personal favourites include: Should I Feel That's It's Over, Whispering Your Name, This House, Ordinary Girl, Is This Love?, All Cried Out and wonderful Windmills Of Your Mind.

The bonus CD includes Alison's reworkings of classics like "All Cried Out, Ordinary Girl and "Is This Love?". I love the new organic version of Is This Love? and am really surprised this has not been taken to radio it is stunning. Listening to the 33 track CD it makes you realise this woman is not only a truly gifted and versatile singer but a wonderful lyricist.

This is a CD that should find it's way into many peoples collection over the coming months and salutes a magnificent talent.

great reworking

this is a fantastic collection of some of Alison's hits...the bonus material is brilliant. I love the mellow sound of her voice on the reworked tracks

Welcome back....

Hurrah! A new Alison Moyet album, albeit a Best Of....... She is one of Britain's greatest vocalists, as this fabulous collection amply shows. Wonderful songs, all. The big bonus for me, however, is the re-recorded CD of most of these songs. It's very interesting to hear her different interpretations now she has mellowed & lived a life. Her voice has become even better with time, & the emotion now really shines through in the songs. Well worth forking out an extra couple of quid for. A superb collection.

Biography

Born: 18 June 1961 in Basildon, Essex, England

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Alison Moyet, a British pop singer with a remarkably bluesy voice, began her professional career with synth pop duo Yazoo (Yaz in the U.S.) in the early '80s. In 1983, Moyet began a solo career, releasing her debut album, Alf, the following year. Alf was a major success in Britain, hitting number one on the charts and launching the hit singles "Invisible," "All Cried Out," and "Love Resurrection"; it was a minor hit in the U.S., with "Invisible" cracking the Top 40. In 1985, Moyet toured with a jazz...
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