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Waltz away!!

No other songwriter in the industry has mastered the art of Triple Time Like Beverley has. (Triple time for the uninitiated is Waltz time 123,123,123) On all her albums there are always a high percentage of triple time songs which will always carry you away as they should. No one has mastered this time signature as Bev has and they are all a credit to her most individual style. If you ever say to yourself ''theres something about her songs'' and you cannot put your finger on it, I can asure that will be it. Its a whole new breed of foot tapping. Well done Beverlry you keep it up and I will keep buying the albums....Love ya!!!

Nice one!

Yeah, the songs are all pretty great but I must say that the USP of this album is "Promise Me"...
Her songs kinda revolve around the same themes, so if you want the best of it, I would simply recommend the above mentioned track.

Biography

Born: 28 June 1963 in Colombo, Sri Lanka

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s

Beverley Craven is an English singer/songwriter and pianist, specialising in orchestrated ballads that position her as a kind of easy-listening Kate Bush. Since 1990, she has recorded a handful of albums for Epic, and though each has sold less than its predecessor, she remains...
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