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Buy it now, you fool!

Teamed up with folk royalty (every other review for the album seemed to start with that so why buck the trend?!) Kathryn's 7th (count em!) album is a wonderful blend of talent. Kathryn's bewitching vocals, Neill's harmonies and top arangements make this a winter warmer and a half. Standout tracks include the sexually longing 'Come With Me' , the dirty and sweet 'Armchair' and a bloomin marvellous version of Wait's 'Innocent When You Dream'. This'll grab you and you'll still be listening again and again in the hazy lazy days of summer.

Quite simply, Brilliant

And believe me I'm not using 'Brilliant' as a lame colloquialism. It is brilliance in production values, music, lyrics and it out shines any manufactured rubbish churned out in the so called 'music industry'. Typically Kathryn Williams has not let us down with her latest album and the partnership with Neill MacColl is sheer excellence and he truly compliments Kathryns music stylings. I insist anyone that appreciates music must downlaod this album along with Kathryns' back catalogue. True music fans will not be disappointed. Britney Spears fans will be. But do I care? What do you think?

musical tracery

Well, it's enough to turn you off pop music forever, and to take up folk music instead. Timeless stuff.


Born: 1974 in Liverpool, England

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '00s, '10s

British singer/songwriter Kathryn Williams began her career in 1999 with the release of Dog Leap Stairs, a beguiling set of low-key folk songs that drew comparisons to the hushed musings of Nick Drake. A native of Liverpool, Williams relocated to Newcastle to pursue a fine art degree, emerging somewhat unexpectedly with a promising musical career when her second album, 2000's Little Black Numbers, was nominated for Britain's prestigious Mercury Prize. More expansive than her debut, yet still winsomely...
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