Loft Music

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  • Anonymous:

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    Before purchasing ‘Loft music’ I had come to love Thea’s ‘Avalanche’ and ‘Songs from the Gutter’.
    She is an outstanding talent and her albums have been subject to rave reviews of her songwriting abilities. To me, it is this songwriting skill that shines through on the other albums, to the point that it almost eclipses all else.
    ‘Loft Music’, however, showcases her fantastically mature voice, as she sings songs that we are already familiar with. I particularly love her renditions of ‘Crazy Love’ (Van Morrison) and ‘Ever Fallen in Love with Someone’ (Buzzcocks).
    Because she’s singing these songs in such a different way to her own material, it is pretty hard to recognise her voice at all.
    A must for all Thea fans, if only to give a glimpse of another side of her abilities, and a must for any who appreciate good quality, heartfelt music.

  • tomisrad:

    Review by tomisrad for Loft Music
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    I’ve always had a strange fascination for covers and how the artist re-interprets them. Its rare, though, that an artist manages to make the song sound like their own yet here Thea manages to own every one of these songs. Taking us on a journey through the songs and artists that have shaped her musically, she brings her own unique vocal style and ability to each. My stand out track would be “The Old Laughing Lady”, though the whole album is a joy, and, for the aufiophiles out there, very well produced. An excellent addition to her own works, more in the style of “Songs From the Gutter” or “Lipstick Conspiracies” than her more rocky “Avalanche” or “Burning Dorothy” albums and a showcase for her fantastic voice separate from her songwriting abilities showcased in her own albums.

  • tomisrad:

    Review by tomisrad for Loft Music
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    I’ve always had a strange fascination for covers and how the artist re-interprets them. Its rare, though, that an artist manages to make the song sound like their own yet here Thea manages to own every one of these songs. Taking us on a journey through the songs and artists that have shaped her musically, she brings her own unique vocal style and ability to each. My stand out track would be “The Old Laughing Lady”, though the whole album is a joy, and, for the aufiophiles out there, very well produced. An excellent addition to her own works, more in the style of “Songs From the Gutter” or “Lipstick Conspiracies” than her more rocky “Avalanche” or “Burning Dorothy” albums and a showcase for her fantastic voice separate from her songwriting abilities showcased in her own albums.

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