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Amanda Marshall Audio CD
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5.0 out of 5 stars Where are you now Amanda Marshall? July 6 2004
Format:Audio CD
There are a few, and I do mean only a few albums (yes, I used the A word), that are perfect. This album is one of them. Every track is both beautiful and moving. It is a three act opera of humanity in 10 songs. Like listening to Shakespear sung. You only have to listen once and you'll be a lifelong fan too. Why don't we hear her songs on the radio everyday? I suppose some record exec doesn't think he can make enough money promoting her.
And that is the part just amazes me; that in this world of Snoop-Doggy-Poop-Dogs and Jessica Simpletons that the talentless hacks are the sucess stories and someone with honest talent goes unpromoted and ignored.
Maybe someday, someone will realize just how really true and clear Amanda's voice is and promote her gifts above these other brainless Bozos...yeah, I guess about the time MTV starts playing music again instead of creating more UN-reality shows.
Where are you now Amanda? Tell us, we'll listen.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Phenomenal.. A Masterpiece! Nov. 21 2003
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
Why isn't she popular in the United States? This album is AWESOME...
if you like the music they played on "Dawsons Creek" and "Felicity" you will love this album..
In fact, they played "Beautiful Goodbye" On "Felicity"
If you enjoy Heather Nova, Tara Mclean and Chantal Kreviazuk you will love Amanda Marshall!!

I didn't even know who she was until Elton John came on the Rosie O Donnell Show and called her this album one of the best of the 90's, so I knew it must be that good..and it is.
Some have even dubbed Marshall as the "Sheryl Crow of Canada"
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A keeper April 25 2004
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
Few songs are transcendent. Birmingham is one. I love Amanda's voice.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The birth of a star. Aug. 21 2009
Format:Audio CD
Who could not realize this girls uniqueness with the first song on with this wonderful debut disc.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Where are you now Amanda Marshall? July 6 2004
By Dan Nathan - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
There are a few, and I do mean only a few albums (yes, I used the A word), that are perfect. This album is one of them. Every track is both beautiful and moving. It is a three act opera of humanity in 10 songs. Like listening to Shakespear sung. You only have to listen once and you'll be a lifelong fan too. Why don't we hear her songs on the radio everyday? I suppose some record exec doesn't think he can make enough money promoting her.
And that is the part just amazes me; that in this world of Snoop-Doggy-Poop-Dogs and Jessica Simpletons that the talentless hacks are the sucess stories and someone with honest talent goes unpromoted and ignored.
Maybe someday, someone will realize just how really true and clear Amanda's voice is and promote her gifts above these other brainless Bozos...yeah, I guess about the time MTV starts playing music again instead of creating more UN-reality shows.
Where are you now Amanda? Tell us, we'll listen.
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Some of the best 50 minutes you'll spend in a long time May 13 1998
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
For those of us who have discovered Amanda Marshall, the world is a mellower place - I love this album, which is at different times exuberant, thoughtful, or sad, but never commits the crime of being insincere. I'm glad she didn't try to go the angry-girl way of Alanis Morissette and Fiona Apple - it wouldn't have suited her. If you've only heard the wonderful "Birmingham" you may think this is Amy Grant - though their voices are similar, Marshall is less peppy and more satisfying. This album is definitely worth your while.
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Extraordinary debut showcases amazing voice May 25 2000
By Don Nunn - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
I received this album from a friend who thought I'd like it -- neither of us had ever heard of this artist, Amanda Marshall. That was 1998 and only recently did I realize this album was released a couple of years before I got it.
Marshall's voice soars through all the songs. "Birmingham," "Trust Me (This Is Love)," abd "Fall From Grace" stand out. Marshall didn't write most of the songs -- in fact, the only song I don't really care for all that much is the one song Marshall wrote, "Sitting On Top Of The World."
Marshall sounds a bit like Amy Grant or Vonda Shepherd, so if you like either of those artists this album may be for you. You've already heard her sing if you've seen "My Best Friend's Wedding" (I forget which song she did) or "Tin Cup" ("This Could Take All Night").
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The greatest CD ever recorded Nov. 24 2000
By Adam - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
Amanda Marshall's debut CD has always been my favourite album. Ever since I heard the first single "Let It Rain" in 1996, I haven't stopped listening to this CD. There is not one weak track on this album - each song has a differnt feeling, and is pulled off magnificintely. Here are my track-by-track reviews of the album. Compared to other CD's, each track deserves a perfect rationg of 10 out 10. But instead, I've decided to compare the tracks to eachother:
Let It Rain - 9/10 - an amazing vocal performance. The last half of the song is rather chilling. Instantly catchy
Birmingham - 8/10 - Amanda's biggest US hit. An upbeat and catchy song with uplifting lyrics.
Fall From Grace - 10/10 - the catchiest song on the album. You'll sing along right away. A classic
Dark Horse - 9/10 - Amanda's biggest hit in Canada. #1 in many places. A stunning love song.
Beautiful Goodbye - 10/10 - a chilling ballad. Slightly depressing and amazingly moving.
Sitting On Top Of The World - 7/10 - My least favourite track on the CD. It's still great, though. It has a country feeling. Very upbeat.
Last Exit To Eden - 9/10 - a beautiful song. amazing powerful chorus
Trust Me (This Is Love) - 9/10 - a sweet love song. simple and touching.
Let's Get Lost - 8/10 - This track took me the longest to enjoy. But it's a great rock song.
Promises - 11/10 - one of my favourite songs ever. The best track Amanda has ever recorded. A perfect ballad centered upon the LA riots. It may take a few listens, but you will become entranced.
You must buy this CD. Anyone who enjoys quality pop/rock music would love this album.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars More Music Please! Jan. 3 2001
By Nadine Gravinese - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
The first time I heard Amanda Marshall sing was at a concert in Camden NJ, probably about 3 years ago. Amanda was the first singer to go on before the main act - John Mellencamp. When she opened her mouth and started to sing, I knew that I had heard her voice before. Then she started singing 'Birmingham' and I knew then why she had sounded familiar. I had seen her video on VH1 for this song and thought to myself then what a unique, powerful, wonderful voice this woman has. It was refreshing to hear 'music' for a change, compared to all of these rap artists that seem to absorb our radio stations constantly.
'Tuesdays Child' was the first CD I purchased, immediately after the concert. Shortly after, I was shopping with a friend, looking for CDs to buy, and out of curiosity, thought I would look and see if she had anything else out. That's when I bought 'Amanda Marshall'.
I have lent my CDs to a friend who really enjoyed them and who has since purchased her own.
Amanda truly has a gift for music.
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