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A little vulnarabilty goes along way

This album marks a return to form from what the Independent on Sunday calls the Violent femme. She may have given Richard Thompson a few bruises on the shins but she has learnt how to write good songs as a result. Her voice is vulnarable and she can only sing in the studio (she cannot sing live because of dysphonia) but it gives the CD a strength and a strong sense of purpose. The title song has a beautiful distorted silver band which harps back to I want to see the bright lights. The range and breadth of songs is what is impressive and it has that timeless quality that only the Thompsons, Denny and Fairport can convey.

Superb moving music

This is one of the best albums I've bought in a very long time. Bought it ten years after it came out, but that doesn't matter. The arrangements are tasteful with a great guitar sound. LInda's voice, as ever, get's right into your heart. It's her story and she's telling to you, yes you! Buy it!

Biography

Born: 1948 in Hackney, London, England

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

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

Born Linda Pettifer, Linda Thompson, then known as Linda Peters, made an inauspicious debut as half of Paul & Linda in 1968. The duo, which included singer Paul McNeill, recorded two singles, the first being a cover of Bob Dylan's "You Ain't Goin' Nowhere" for MGM in the U.K. In 1972, following a couple of years of session work, singing commercial jingles, and working the folk clubs around London, she teamed with friend Sandy Denny and other assorted members of the British folk-rock scene to record...
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