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Album Review

For most of the '90s, E.G. Daily was absent from the charts and wasn't signed to any label. Those who knew the L.A.-based singer/actress from her '80s albums on A&M were wondering what happened to her, and the answer is that she had been keeping busy doing a lot of voice-overs; the most famous were for the Rugrats and the character of Babe (yes, Babe the talking pig) in the 1998 film Babe: Pig in the City. You certainly have to admire Daily's flexibility; not everyone could portray a talking pig and then turn around and record an introspective singer/songwriter offering like Tearing Down the Walls. This album, her first in ten years, has a very reflective tone, and "personal" is definitely the watchword on "Someday," "Here It Goes Again," "The Walls," and other songs she wrote or co-wrote. At 36, Daily was still best known for her Madonna-ish hit of 1986, "Say It, Say It," but you won't find any high-gloss dance music or urban contemporary on this intimate, often confessional pop/rock date. It was nice to see Daily recording again, and one hopes she won't make listeners wait another ten years for her next album.

Customer Reviews

Good To Have Her Back

E. G. Daily (aka Elizabeth Daily) came out with some impressive albums in the 80's and then disappeared. But she reappeared with a vengence with this very personal album. The songs have an inner depth that some of her earlier work was missing but this is a total gem of an album. Every song is excellent and her arrangements are pure and simple. I hope this leads to a major record label because a talent like this should not be wasted but heard over and over. Keep it up EG, we need more albums and songs from you.


Born: 11 September 1961

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

The Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter and actress E.G. Daily is best known for her 1986 hit "Say It, Say It," a Madonna-ish urban/dance-pop gem that was produced by Jellybean Benitez and co-written by Stephen Bray. Born in L.A. in 1962, Daily came from a very creative family. Her sister, Ren River, was an artist, while her brother Sam became a bluegrass musician. Another brother, Ron West, became a jazz guitarist and a recording engineer, and her mother Helen owned a Hollywood nightspot called...
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Tearing Down the Walls (Digital Only), E.G. Daily
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  • £7.90
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Pop
  • Released: 13 April 1999

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