Lianne La Havas – Is Your Love Big Enough [Deluxe] (2012) [24bit]

Lianne La Havas – Is Your Love Big Enough [Deluxe] (2012) [24bit]

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  • 艺术家:
  • Lianne La Havas
  • 发行年份:
  • 2012
  • 音乐类型:
  • Pop,Soul
  • 音质:
  • flac lossless / flac 24bits - 44.1kHz +Booklet
  • 歌曲时长:
  • 01:22:55
  • 文件大小:
  • 354/657mb

01. Don’t Wake Me Up
02. Is Your Love Big Enough?
03. Lost & Found
04. Au Cinéma
05. No Room for Doubt (feat. Willy Mason)
06. Forget
07. Age
08. Elusive
09. Everything Everything
10. Gone
11. Tease Me
12. They Could Be Wrong
13. Hey, That’s No Way to Say Goodbye (Piano by Chilly Gonzales in Paris)
14. Arms of Danger (Solo in Paris)
15. Empty (In Paris)
16. He Loves Me (Solo in Paris)
17. Forget (Solo in Paris)

British singer/songwriter/guitarist Lianne La Havas has emerged as one of the UK’s most buzzed-about new talents, with critically acclaimed EPs, sold-out shows worldwide and nods from the likes of Bon Iver and Ryan Adams. Esquire (UK) calls her the ‘songbird from London who pairs honeyed vocals with delicately finger-picked acoustic guitar’ and says, ‘Her performances have a mesmerizing effect.’ La Havas’ debut album, Is Your Love Big Enough?’. The album was recorded in Brooklyn and Los Angeles last summer and produced by Matt Hales (Aqualung).

‘I found myself in a secondhand guitar,’ sings London chanteuse Lianne La Havas on the title track of her debut album. That’s not idle talk. La Havas, just 22, is a natural who uses her six-string acoustic and her husky R&B croon to create songs that fall winningly between categories part Bill Withers-esque neo-soul, part Bon Iver-style indie folk, with punchier beats than you’d expect and welcome detours into Sade’s plush bedroom. There are surprises jazz chords that seep into wintry folk ballads; come-ons that double as threats. The lyrics dwell on troubled romance, but the cool, pretty, expertly arranged music washes over you like a healing wave. (Jody Rosen, Rolling Stone)

“Pop’s next superstar” (Sunday Times Culture) “A Superb, smoky voice” (Guardian) “Her voice- smart, sassy, knowing” (Observer) “Lianne La Havas is a very special singer” (Daily Star) “Honey- voiced, soulful, somewhat adorable” (Wonderland)