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Eleanor McEvoy - Stuff (2014)

21-10-2014, 20:13
Music | Folk | Celtic | Pop | Rock

Eleanor McEvoy - Stuff (2014)

Artist: Eleanor McEvoy
Title Of Album: Stuff
Year Of Release: September 16, 2014
Label: Moscodisc
Genre: Pop Rock, Folk Rock, Female Vocal, Singer-Songwriter
Quality: MP3 | FLAC (tracks.+cue.+log)
Bitrate: 320 kbps | lossless
Total Time: 40:05 Min
Total Size: ~100 Mb |~233 Mb
WebSite: amazon


01. The Thought Of You (3:41)
02. Memphis Tennessee (2:16)
03. Milord (3:57)
04. Please Heart You're Killing Me (4:04)
05. Don't Blame The Tune (4:18)
06. Take A Little Look (with Banana Boat) (3:22)
07. Take You Home (3:18)
08. Whistle For The Choir (3:35)
09. Deliver Me (3:14)
10. The Night May Still Be Young, But I Am Not (3:54)
11. Lovers Chapel (with Homespun) (3:58)

Ireland's internationally acclaimed singer-songwriter Eleanor McEvoy releases her latest album STUFF on the MOSCODISC label. An eleven-track collection, Stuff tells tales of unrequited love, lust and eloquent farewell; a heady brew of caustic observation laced with wit and wry self-deprecation typical of multi-instrumentalist McEvoy, all delivered in the Irish star's rich, lilting voice. Known for touring Europe in a black Hearse, Stuff somewhat reflects the content of Dublin-born McEvoy's current live ALONE show. The album includes her soul groove, The Thought of You, the acerbic Deliver Me, Little Look (a collaboration with Polish a cappella group Banana Boat) and Lovers Chapel, recorded with (ex-Beautiful South) Dave Rotheray's Homespun. Stuff also includes a mournful reading of Chuck Berry's Memphis Tennessee, plus Milord, which McEvoy performs as a tribute to singer Edith Piaf and writer Georges Moustaki.

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