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YEARNING (the) : CD Evening Souvenirs

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1 Evening Souvenirs

2 When I Lost You

3 Don't Know What I'm Doing

4 Fall In Love With Me

5 When You Look At Her

6 Nightingale

7 Ava

8 The Moment Your Heart Would Say Goodbye

9 You Stopped The World

10 Not That Type Of Girl

11 Fools Fall In Love

12 Sometimes

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This new material is a marvelous surprise. The delicious arrangements, that romantic halo, and Maddie Dobie’s fascinating voice are still there on almost the entire album. But while “Dreamboats & Lemonade” looks to sixties pop from the most cheerful girl-group perspective, “Evening Souvenirs” is a slow, deliberate, nocturnal (as the name itself indicates) album, with echoes of lounge music and “chanson”, of bossa and chamber pop, with touches of Sarah and Él Records’ melancholy, Burt Bacharach soundtracks. Playing with a considerable number of instruments, and the special participation of the Cotswold Voices choir on many of the songs, we find ourselves with one of those albums that needs to be listened to in semi-darkness, where the notes are bursting to the surface, giving you goose bumps hair by hair. From the solemnity of the piano opening of “Evening Souvenirs” to that marvelous advance single, “When I Lost You” (that at times makes us think of Dionne Warwick singing that gem called “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart”), to the party supported by Stan Getz on “Don’t Know What I’m Doing” which immediately submerges itself in the saudade of “Fall In Love With Me”. Our hearts break with the pure sadness of “When You Look At Her”. And the dark soul of “Nightingale”, this time with Joe’s voice, which reminds us of Nancy Sinatra and Lee Hazlewood.

“Ava” opens the B-side with a strong dose of sadness and melancholy; “The Moment Your Heart Would Say Goodbye” is like Dusty Springfield crying like she has never done before. “You Stopped The World” is sweet and placid, like the arrival of first love. “Not That Type Of Girl” brings Françoise Hardy and Jane Birkin together, with Burt Bacharach orchestrating, with those impossible arrangements that recreate amazing stories in our head, in its brief, concise two minutes. The epic “Fools Fall In Love” and the emotive piano of “Sometimes” that sounds like an unforgettable classic, bring the album to a close.

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YEARNING (the) : CD Evening Souvenirs

YEARNING (the) : CD Evening Souvenirs

1 Evening Souvenirs

2 When I Lost You

3 Don't Know What I'm Doing

4 Fall In Love With Me

5 When You Look At Her

6 Nightingale

7 Ava

8 The Moment Your Heart Would Say Goodbye

9 You Stopped The World

10 Not That Type Of Girl

11 Fools Fall In Love

12 Sometimes

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