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sounds like her voice can't always cope with what she's trying to do. If she was kite surfing she be diggin a furrow up the beach with her face
Defenitely a touch of Dead can Dance. Quite entertaining.
Cool stuff.. enchanting rythm, exotic vocals. :meditate.gif:
artmarcia wrote:
You can see why Ian Anderson gave this artist high praise! At first I thought, "Did Jethro Tull connect up with a female vocalist?"
Now I understand. She's the two-headed love child of Ian Anderson and Ani DiFranco. :eyes:
At first I didn't like it but as the song went on, I liked it more and more. It's definitely different.
You can see why Ian Anderson gave this artist high praise! At first I thought, "Did Jethro Tull connect up with a female vocalist?"
nish wrote:
nice... yes, it certainly has a tull flavour. Spent the last few minutes reading up on her online - she did open for a jethro tull tour. This version of the song is probably from the 'something about driving album', which credits ian anderson (of jethro tull) with the flute. I saw a 1999 (2000?) tull concert in london with an opening act that i am now reasonable sure was vyktoria. I remember a girl playing a folk sounding song, when ian joined in on the flute from somewhere offstage and changed the nature of the song...
Be that as it may it seems this is a case of you had to be there because it doesn't do anything for me.
I hear Kate Bush in her vocals as well. Not bad!
I think I'd rather hear Yoko Ono...well, ok, maybe it's not THAT bad. It's close. Ick.
Oh this is so awful... please make it stop.
nice... yes, it certainly has a tull flavour. Spent the last few minutes reading up on her online - she did open for a jethro tull tour. This version of the song is probably from the 'something about driving album', which credits ian anderson (of jethro tull) with the flute. I saw a 1999 (2000?) tull concert in london with an opening act that i am now reasonable sure was vyktoria. I remember a girl playing a folk sounding song, when ian joined in on the flute from somewhere offstage and changed the nature of the song...
Well, I may as well be the first. OK, so it reminds of Kate Bush mixing it up w/ Jethro Tull (Bouree, anyone?). Looking at the AMG Entry, I guess this shouldn't be surprising... I like!