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Karen Matheson - Time to Fall (2002) Lossless

26-10-2015, 07:22
World | Folk | Celtic | FLAC / APE

Karen Matheson - Time to Fall (2002) Lossless

Artist: Karen Matheson
Title Of Album: Time to Fall
Year Of Release: 2002
Label: Sanctuary Fontana
Genre: Celtic, Folk, World
Quality: Lossless
Bitrate: FLAC (tracks+.cue)
Total Time: 00:48:50
Total Size: 307 Mb


01. All the flowers of the bough
02. Morning
03. Time to fall
04. My whispered reason
05. Bonnie Jean
06. Goodbye Phoebe
07. An ataireachd ard (The surge of the sea)
08. Speed of love
09. Moonchild
10. Moch di Luain
11. Hoping for you
12. World stood still

"Karen Matheson has a throat that is surely touched by God," says Sean Connery on Matheson's bio page. Her voice is a fine instrument, but on Time to Fall it is shrouded in hokey arrangements and over-produced gloss. Whomever is at fault, either the main producer of the record, Donald Shaw, or the various songwriters, it's surely the overall slickness and extremely flaccid arrangements that distract from Matheson's vocals and turn this record into a stinker. Among the best tunes here is "Ataireachd Ard (The Surge of the Sea)," but again the production is a bit much, a little too faux-spooky, like one of Sting's sillier numbers. Many of the English language tunes are especially uninspired, like "Moonchild," a downright awful song. The last number, "World Stood Still," is maybe the album's corniest. Matheson has superb pipes that are especially suited to Celtic music, but this album is closer to the Celine Dion spectrum of soul-less, lite muzak.

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