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Happy This Way

Judith Owen

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Album Review

A superior pop singer and songwriter, Judith Owen has been a major name in pop music since the late '90s. Happy This Way features a dozen of her songs, tunes that are generally wistful and sometimes playful. They stylistically hint at the Beatles and the 1960s in general, while remaining contemporary. Although her bio mentions her "pop, rock, jazz, classical, R&B, and theatrical influences," the music on Happy This Way mostly features pop and theatrical elements along with an orchestra that hints at classical in spots. Jamie Cullum's description of Judith Owen as "a female Randy Newman" fits quite well on this set, for one could easily imagine several of these songs appearing in films or even becoming unlikely standards. The offbeat yet often insightful lyrics, the lightly rhythmic interpretations, and the constant honesty make Happy This Way a CD that will be enjoyed by Judith Owen's many fans.

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Beauty

Heard Love has faces on Harry Shearer's show and tracked this down. Love It. Only 6 years late

Biography

Born: Wales

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

British singer/songwriter Judith Owen's eclecticism has seen her records shelved in the rock, folk, and jazz sections of record stores. She was born the daughter of an opera singer and began writing songs as a teenager. Becoming a professional musician, she met and married actor/musician Harry Shearer and contributed vocals and keyboards to his 1994 album, It Must Have Been Something I Said. Her debut solo album, Emotions on a Postcard, was released on her own Dog on the Bed label in 1996. Among...
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