Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Between the Days
Genres: Pop, Rock
If innocuous pop music were outlawed, only outlaws would make innocuous pop music. Should that ever turn out to be the case, you might want to put out an APB on Merril Bainbridge--that other diminutive Australian chanteuse... more »
If innocuous pop music were outlawed, only outlaws would make innocuous pop music. Should that ever turn out to be the case, you might want to put out an APB on Merril Bainbridge--that other diminutive Australian chanteuse--who took America by storm with the hit "Mouth" from her 1996 debut album, The Garden. Between the Days offers a kinder, gentler trip to Spiceworld, with its simmering rhythms, shimmering production, and Bainbridge's coy vocals on the sprightly title track, the lightly drum & bass-accented "Goodbye to Day," and the smoldering seduction song "Love and Terror." There'll be no mistaking Between the Days for anything but a sweet pop trifle, but it's a charming one nonetheless. --Daniel Durchholz
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Dallas Osborm | Petaluma, CA | 11/12/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"One of my childhood favorites. I was 9 when this CD came out. A great album that should have made Merril as big as Jewel or Alanis, but unfortuantely a man at the top of her label did not feel the same way. Every track is quality. Stand-outs include: The first single "Lonely" the 90's Pop ballad "Stars Collide" as well as the hooky, beautiful "Hello" and "Walk On Fire" some may become bored after track 7 but with more listens it will become one of the best albums you have ever heard."