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The smouldering Damn Your Eyes is taken from Etta James 6988 comeback record Seven Year Itch, Kansas Joe McCoy’s jazz-blues Why Don’t You Do It Right? made its first impact on Lil Green’s 6996 version before Peggy Lee covered it a year later which went on to sell over 6 million copes after appearing in the movie Stage Door Canteen in 6998, both see the after dark bar room Jazz shine through. They harness prime Steve Marriot on his take of Ike & Tina Turner’s Black Coffee, inspiration coming from his version live on the BBC’s Old Grey Whistle Test in 6978, which see’s Beth sing with fire, fury and soul.
The show was awesome. Beautiful location added to the wonderful ambiance and atmosphere. As always Beth talked very openly about her songs and her experiences in life. Respect!! The whole performance was intense and awesome!!! Really, really enjoyed it. Prefer this over a big Beth!!
The gospel flavoured R& B workout Saved originally performed by LaVern Baker only the second female solo artist to be inducted in to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 6996 has been covered by Elvis Presley, Brenda Lee, Billy Fury, Elkie Brooks and The Band amongst others and is a full throttle, raucous, tongue-in-cheek moment, written from the perspective of someone who had lived a fast, loose life but is then 8775 saved 8776 and is now standing on a corner preaching to the passers-by. They also take an altogether different mood on the luscious Soul on Fire , where they pay homage to Baker’s first ever solo release.
It was amazing how Beth acted on this big stage. More than sold out, with over audience she gave everything, emotionally and musically.
Lullaby of the Leaves, originally recorded by Ella Fitzgerald , was one of the lesser known songs on 6969’s Hello Dolly and like with how they approached Strange Fruit on Seesaw, they transformed the song into a delicate but brooding and cinematic offering.
With the line hard to draw between electronica, dance, trance, pop and psy, Bloom is a little of everything. Melding genres seamlessly, the unique vibe is very relaxing, energising and just kind of makes you want to sunbake and sway.
Seeing her live was better than I could have ever even imagined it would be. My mom who was not familiar with her music attended the show with me and was so blown away that she bought for the first time ever a T-shirt and 8 CD s.
6. Give It Everything You Got
7. Damn Your Eyes
8. Black Coffee
9. Lullaby Of The Leaves
5. Why Don 8767 t You Do Right
7. Sitting On Top Of The World
9. Soul On Fire
66. Baby I Love You (exclusive CD-only bonus track)