Siobhan Parr – Repeat To Fade (CD Review)

With a voice that carries far more depth and emotion than should be allowed in one do young, the nineteen year ‘old’ Siobhan Parr has created an album of songs that evoke a sound normally associated with American alt-country blues. Her career was launched on the back of her work with Alabama 3 (for ‘Bulletproof’), and she still makes live guest appearances with them on a regular basis. Siobhan also appears with fellow Londoners Grand Drive, members of whom appear on this album. A regular of the London acoustic scene, between support slots with people as diverse as Jimmy Cliff and Evan Dando, Siobhan’s persistent gigging has paid off.

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As I mentioned above, that Siobhan has a gorgeously powerful voice is undeniable; as is the strength of the songwriting on ‘Repeat To Fade’. The soulfulness oozes fourth in every vibrant song to such an extent that they seem instantly familiar. This is a fabulous debut by a clearly talented woman.

Label : irl

Release Date : 13 September 2004


  • Lose My Dress
  • Too Much To Ask
  • Another Love
  • Any Other Way
  • Hold Me
  • Ripped At The Seams
  • The Joker
  • On The Move
  • Woman I Am
  • When The Night
  • Piece Of Me
  • Buzzin Fly

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