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The Place Where We Are by Esther

Cross Rhythms Rating: 9/10
CD: Album
Tags: Pop, CD, Album, Independent, Recommended, Top Rated
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Young Glasgow-based singer/songwriter delivers debut.

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  1. 1. Bring It On
  2. 2. Fragile State
  3. 3. Driftwood And Dreams
  4. 4. Move On
  5. 5. Nirvana Man
  6. 6. The Place Where We Are
  7. 7. Piano Girl
  8. 8. What's A Girl To Do
  9. 9. Remote Life
  10. 10. In Too Deep
  11. 11. Beautiful
  12. 12. I'll Be Yours
  13. 13. Clear And Blue
  14. 14. Sailing Solar Wind
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Reviewed by Mike Rimmer

This is an intelligent acoustic guitar-driven pop album packed with beautiful rich songs delivered with a voice that wraps purity and passion into one single gobsmacking entity. Having gone down the mainstream path and been courted and developed by Chrysalis Records, Esther Duffin delivers an independently produced solo debut. From the whimsical drifting “Driftwood And Dreams” to the driving groove and catchy hooks of “Move On” and “Bring It On”, Esther has a knack for memorable melodies and a poetic turn of phrase that places her alongside any of the latest crop of female guitar toting songwriters currently emerging. Personally I love the emotion of “What’s A Girl To Do?” and the pure vibe of the closing “Sailing Solar Wind”. It has to be mentioned that Esther is the daughter of original Wet Wet Wet member Graeme Duffin who adds his musical skills to the project. With faith underpinning the songs rather than hitting you full in the face, ‘The Place Where We Are’ is an album that is a real grower as its intrinsic beauty becomes more apparent with each play.

Style: Pop
Cross Rhythms Product Code: 9343
Product Format: CD
Content Type: Album
Cat. Code: Independent
Release Date: 2003

Young Glasgow-based singer/songwriter delivers debut.

Posted by Elio Rodriguez in Aberdeen (now in Venezuela) at 17:07 on Apr 8 2007

Is a great album...I like playing all songs...I went to one concer of her with JJ. Gilmore in Glasgow on 12/12/06. And it was great!....I want send to her my greatings...I'm the guy who is learning English in Aberdeen....Well here in Venezuela to my friends like her music as well, so, so, so much.....Greatings!

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