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Album Review

Love Scenes is almost a song-for-song replay of Beverley Craven's first album. On the one hand, this means it's a good set, but on the other, it doesn't say much for her growth as a writer or recording artist. Paul Samwell-Smith produces again, and Craven supplies nine new songs (plus one ABBA cover), sticking to the narrow formula she'd established two years earlier. Thus we have a love song to her daughter ("Mollie's Song"), and one of her trademark gushing odes to lost love ("Love is the Light"). To be fair, there are one or two new ideas — at one point, Craven tries her hand at political songwriting ("Hope"), but her insights are less than searing. What saves Love Scenes are her consistently strong, impressive melodies and sublime, swelling love songs, particularly "Lost Without You" and "Feels Like the First Time" — gorgeous tear-jerkers, both as strong as "Promise Me." Love Scenes made the U.K. Top Ten, but its string of minor hit singles wasn't enough to sustain long-term sales, and the album disappeared quickly.


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 a popular live figure, her profile only dented by long lay-offs between recordings. Craven (b. 28th July 1963, Colombo, Sri Lanka) grew up in Berkhamstead, Hertfordshire, England. Encouraged by her mother, a classical violinist,...
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