Entertainment WeeklyNov 30, 2012She wails through 12 cutting tracks about love on the rocks with so much soulful realness. [7 Dec 2012, p.75]
Positive: 4 out of 4
Mixed: 0 out of 4
Negative: 0 out of 4
Mar 2, 2013After hearing a few Paloma Faith songs on the radio and seeing her on TV I thought I would go see her in concert as she seemed way better thanAfter hearing a few Paloma Faith songs on the radio and seeing her on TV I thought I would go see her in concert as she seemed way better than Adele and thought it would be good to see her at Wolverhampton Civic before she ends up doing the larger stadium gigs.
I bought both albums and was amazed I liked every song on them! My musical tastes vary a lot from rock, rap, r&B dance and pop. It all depends on how well written/produced they are which makes me like them. I`ve now added Paloma along with Booty Luv and Koffee Brown to my must have albums.
Fall to Grace is definitely worth a listen so go buy it. :o)… Expand
Dec 4, 2012There are millions of recording artists around the world. Unfortunately, the crown jewels of musical talent are sometimes hidden away from usThere are millions of recording artists around the world. Unfortunately, the crown jewels of musical talent are sometimes hidden away from us or neglected. This is the case of Paloma Faith.
What initially attracted me to buy her album "Fall To Grace" was, in fact, her name. It seemed so mysterious in a good way. After listening to the album, I thanked my curiosity so much.
"Fall To Grace" is full of powerhouse songs, showcasing the unique voice of Ms.Faith. Songs range from spine-tingling piano ballads such as "Just Be" to epic heart racing compositions such as "Blood, Sweat and Tears".
If you truly appreciate British pop music or you're in love with soul blended with modern pop, "Fall To Grace" is the album for you! It is truly emotional and it's like living in a really vivid dream.
Best songs (according to moi): "Streets of Glory", "Just Be", "Picking Up The Pieces", "Blood,Sweat and Tears".
Most Original (according to moi): "Let Me Down Easy".… Collapse
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