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Clifford T.Ward - Julia And Other New Stories (1995)

18-05-2015, 08:41
Folk | Pop | Rock

Clifford T.Ward - Julia And Other New Stories (1995)

Artist: Clifford T.Ward
Title Of Album: Julia And Other New Stories
Year Of Release: 1995
Label: Cherry Red
Genre: Folk-Rock, Baroque Pop, Singer-Songwriter
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 01:14:08
Total Size: 485 Mb


01. Cliff Richard's Message (00:55)
02. Heaven (02:49)
03. Julia (03:26)
04. Jackdaw (03:46)
05. The Dancer (03:33)
06. Sunshine Girl (04:52)
07. New English Bible (01:39)
08. Who Cares (04:00)
09. Marron's Glance (02:14)
10. Unmarried Mother (04:24)
11. I Don't Understand Your Logic (03:12)
12. Heaven Lend A Hand (02:33)
13. Talking The Long Way Round (04:18)
14. That's The Way Our Love Goes (03:45)
15. This is The Stuff(Stuck In The Lift) (02:59)
16. Water (03:43)
17. Marble Arch (02:42)
18. Give Me One More Chance (03:49)
19. Sweetness And Ligth (04:12)
20. Weather (01:08)
21. Lullaby (02:50)
22. Jigsaw Girl(Acustic) (03:20)
23. Lost In The Flow Of Your Love (04:05)

This mid-'90s release was recorded at a time when Clifford T. Ward was quite ill, indeed wheelchair-bound, with multiple sclerosis. Fortunately, you wouldn't suspect this from the sound of this album, on which he sings well enough. That's the good news. But for the most part this is tepid and sentimental singer/songwriter stuff. It's agreeable but dull '70s-style singer/songwriter soft rock, with an understated production that often makes it sound more like demos than a completed product. A fair amount of the time he recalls an Elton John working with far less of a budget. At times it gets just a bit more individual and eccentric, with "Unmarried Mother" carrying a much moodier bite than usual and faint McCartney and Bowie echoes sometimes superseding the Elton John ones. The 2002 CD reissue on Cherry Red adds four extra tracks.

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