Seasoned Love - Eleanor McEvoy - Yola (SACD, Album)


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  1. SACD (Mosco EMSACD1) Irl Canada USA (MSMSACD) UK & Rest Of World Produced by Eleanor McEvoy and Brian Connor. Lyrics. I’ve got you to see me through; Isn’t it a little late? Did I Hurt You? Seasoned Love; The Rain Falls Down; Dreaming of Leaving; Easy in Love; Last seen October 9th; Leaves me Wondering; I hear you breathing in; Something so Wonderful.
  2. Jan 15,  · This folk/pop album is engaging, original, and emotionally bright. In other words, it's emotional, but most of the emotions it brings out are good ones. Eleanor McEvoy has a likable voice and the lyrics are easy to relate to. It opens with a song that'll have you /5(25).
  3. McEvoy sings "Seasoned Love" in a piano-only performance that sounds like a number from a Stephen Sondheim musical, and goes a step sparser on "Isn't It a Little Late?," which is backed only by drums. But despite the vast change in instrumentation, very little separates McEvoy 's songwriting on Yola from her Snapshots work.6/
  4. 1 to 5, 8, 9 - Eleanor McEvoy IMRO-MCPS 6 - L C Highbrow Ltd-Chrysalis Music Ltd PRS/Eleanor McEvoy IMRO-MCPS Ireland only [worldwide; L.C. Highbrow Ltd.-Chrysalis Music Ltd PRS/EMI Blackwood Inc.] 7 - Eleanor McEvoy IMRO-MCPS/Crazy Cloud BMI 10 - Eleanor McEvoy IMRO-MCPS Ireland only [EMI Blackwood Inc. world wide]5/5(3).
  5. Eleanor McEvoy (born 22 January ) is an Irish singer/songwriter. McEvoy composed the song "Only A Woman's Heart", title track of A Woman's Heart, the best-selling Irish album in Irish history.
  6. Love Must Be Tough is Eleanor McEvoy's seventh studio album. Unlike her previous six albums, which, with the exception of a few tracks, were written solely by McEvoy, Love Must Be Tough is a mixture of covers/interpretations and self-penned selections. The album's theme of turning 40 amid mid-life crises is exemplified by the opening track, a fresh interpretation of The Rolling Stones song.
  7. Jan 01,  · Snapshots, Eleanor McEvoy's third studio album, was released in McEvoy's primary goal was to make Snapshots her most song-oriented album to date. Toward that goal, McEvoy hooked up with producer Rupert Hine. The extensive use of drum loops on the album was a complete change in style from McEvoy's previous work.
  8. Like Yola this album has some great music and lyrics although I believe overall suffers from the absence of Brian Connor. But the considerable musical talents of Ms. McEvoy are again center stage. Unfortunately this SACD sounds compressed and loud in comparison to Yola sonically, more like many pop/rock RBCD's.

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