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Thumbelina's One Night Stand


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  • Audio CD (May 23 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Orange Music Canada
  • ASIN: B000FII1LM
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #35,684 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Iroquois St. Factory
2. Solitary Life
3. Price to Pay
4. You Know I Love You Baby
5. Taxi Ride
6. Intermission
7. Go Down Matthew (featuring background vocals by Sarah McLachlan)
8. Goodbye To You
9. Skyway Bridge (featuring background vocals by Greg Keelor)
10. Come Home Suzie
11. Dayton Ohio
12. Oh, Love
13. Whisper
14. You Know I Love You Baby
15. Outro

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Darryl W. Graham on Sept. 26 2006
Format: Audio CD
I don't know how much credibility I have in this genre, as I mainly listen to rock, punk and emo bands. But I literally just came home from a Melissa McClelland show at Sheridan College (where I purchased her album, and which I'm currently listening to) and I pretty much fell in love with this woman. Aside from her stunning beauty, that same beauty is translated through vocals and melodies on this album. Mellow, beautiful, honest songs. Definite must buy for fans of Sarah McLaughlin, Sarah Harmer, and other Sarah singers. I'm sorry I couldn't offer much more insight to her work aside for the fact that I like it. But dammit, someone had to write the first review of this album. Frig, I still have butterflies from her smile.
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I bought this album after seeing Melissa in concert with Sarah Mclachlan. I fell in love with her music at the concert and love this album. My honest opinion is her music and lyrics has more depth and levels than Sarah. I hope Melissa does well!!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Much improved over 'stranded in suburbia' (4.5 stars) Aug. 19 2006
By A. Nani Moss - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Let me start by saying that I purchased this album and 'stranded in suburbia' at roughly the same time. Therefore my comparison is at face value and I don't prefer one over the other simply for nostalgic reasons.

I found 'Stranded...' had several tracks that are very very poppy in that 'OC' sounding way. Not a bad thing necessarily, but certainly not a good thing either. And while the album did have some ocassional fine moments, it quickly found it's way out of my CD player after a couple of listens.

Fast forward a week later when I got 'Thumbelina...' in the mail and gave it a listen... and then another listen... and then another listen. This album is simply much better. To use a cliche, it shows maturity- she has discovered a style of music that suits her. Everything is improved- from the music which incorporates solid flavorful blues & country styles (ala Neko Case) to the production of Melissa McClelland's tangy voice, simulaneously sultry and meloncholy (Feist) this album is splendid. In fact, it may be one of the best albums of 2006. If I could give it 4.5 stars I would (of course it's not perfect), but in this case I will err high and give it 5 to encourage people to check out.

As an aside, I saw Melissa McClelland perform here on Maui with the Ladybird Sideshow. She was remarkable and everyone I was with thought so too. While this album cannot capture the pressence of her in person, it still easily holds it's own and then some...
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One of the best from the last few years Jan. 27 2008
By A. Woodville - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I first heard Melissa McClelland on track 9 of Jesse Cook's Frontiers album I was struck by the quality of her voice and the timing in the music. I started looking for her music and found a couple of albums here on Amazon. OW!! Canadian imports at around $24 dollars. Oh well.
The more I listened to that track, the more I wnted to listen to more of her music. I bought this album and have not been disappointed. The lyrics are quirky, the music is not run of the mill. A lot of thought went into this album and it shows. I cannot pick out one tune in particular because they are all good. The instumentaion is not typical. It includes a string quartet, timpani, celtic harp, and the more usual guitars, piano, vibes, etc. The sound engineering is excellent, no distortion here.
Try this one, you won't be dissapointed.
New Fan Sept. 20 2006
By ThreeDogPeople - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I purchased this CD after hearing a cut on CBC radio. Melissa is a new artist in my collection and I've been listening to the CD over and over the past couple of days. It's funky, mellow, smooth, sultry, funny and more. If you enjoy listening to talented female vocalists then I would recommend this as a must try. Great "making a road-trip alone" music (if you are having to carry on a conversation with someone in the car you might miss out on the lyrics).
Different Sept. 12 2013
By Mary Sciuto - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Melissa Mcclelland's music is unique. I like the sound and enjoy listening to is on my way to work in my car.
What a find Jan. 18 2008
By J. Johnston - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I seem to play this CD over and over again. She has a smoothe, lovely voice and her songs have real meaning. This is the type of CD you enjoy listening to while taking a long car ride. The mellow feeling you get each time you pop it into your player is well worth the cost.

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