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||Date: October 27, 2011 at 8:29|
|Great album. Duet with Robin is a highlight
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||Date: November 4, 2011 at 20:37|
|I heard 'Loved Along The Way' on the 'Rock For Japan' album which was a fine taster and certainly left me wanting more. Soundwise, this is very much like the latest Robin Beck album, with James Christian in the production seat, so if the sound of that album floats your boat, there will be much on here to like. Robin pops up on the super duet 'This Heart' which is a major album highlight along with the aforementiond 'Loved Along The Way' (very Tommy D in style), the cover of Pat Benatar's 'Shadows In The Night', Holly Knight's 'Badge Of Love' and the other cover Prophet's 'Everything You Are'. There are some filler tracks, 'Broken', 'I've Released You' and the more modern sounding 'Get Yer Kix' being the worst culprits, but generally it's pretty good throughout. Over all It certainly isn't as good as her first two albums which are still my favourites, or the excellent 'Squeeze' either, but I like it quite a lot. 78/100
||Date: November 28, 2011 at 13:16|
|19 years after squezze fiona is coming back with an excellent album.i am ok with jez this record sound like the last robin beck records.a great reference.fiona have receive the help on this cd from james christian and his wife.so the result can t be bad.it is impossible.for me 2 fillers the cover of pat benatar track 4 have absoluty no interest and track 3.the choruse of this song ... is halleluyah alleluyah....the rest is top class female a or.the duet with robin beck track 7 is fantastic.if frenches radios have a little bit of good taste they play this song all days long.it is only a dream impossible to realize in my country.
||Date: March 19, 2012 at 13:22|
|receive the japan import today.safe your money my friends.the bonus track "sea of love" is very very average.(very poor choruse).
||Date: April 15, 2013 at 10:41|
|I have no idea why I bought this as soon as it came out as have never been a massive fan (probably got caught up in the hype of it being her first album in donkeys years). Vocally she has never been that strong, and musically she is very hit or miss. I do like some of the songs off of Heart like a gun and Squeeze, but thought the first two were dreadful. Overall this album is on a par with the former pairing rather than the latter. Some ok tunes, but nothing amazing. Like Heart like a gun, the strongest song on here is the duet, but what it sadly does is show the flaws in Fionas voice compared to Robin Beck. I do try to spin her albums from time to time to see if I can get them to click with me, but I dont ever see that happening. Ok for what it is, but overall its just lacking.
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