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Album Review

Lucy Woodward's 2010 album Hooked!, a jazz-inflected collection of classic pop and torch song ballads, makes the most of Woodward's soulful voice. Having long moved past the mainstream pop/rock of her 2003 debut, While You Can, Hooked picks up where her 2008 sophomore effort, ...Is Hot and Bothered, left off, with Woodward delivering a kind of pop/rock-meets-jazz sound that falls somewhere between the retro R&B and singer/songwriter pop of such similarly inclined artists as Duffy and Jamie Cullum. In that sense, songs such as the cheeky "Another Woman" and the yearning "Slow Recovery" will certainly draw some favorable comparisons to such icons as Dusty Springfield. Certainly, these songs are produced with an ear to re-creating the big ensemble pop of the '50s and '60s, and fans of that old-school Brill Building sound should find Hooked! to be an appealing catch.


Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Born in England, raised in Amsterdam and New York, singer/songwriter Lucy Woodward began her professional music career in her late teens as a session vocalist. The daughter of a composer and an opera singer, Woodward was no stranger to music and grew up taking piano and flute lessons before concentrating on vocal studies at 14. The session work paid off and Woodward's debut, While You Can, was released by Atlantic in 2003. In 2008, Woodward released the jazz and...
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