Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
|Sixpence None the Richer|
Genres: Pop, Christian
Extract from the 1997 self-titled album from this contemporary Christian rock group led by guitarist Matt Slocum & compared to 10,000 Maniacs. Contains 'Kiss Me' (Radio ReMix) and two previously unreleased non-album tracks... more »
Extract from the 1997 self-titled album from this contemporary Christian rock group led by guitarist Matt Slocum & compared to 10,000 Maniacs. Contains 'Kiss Me' (Radio ReMix) and two previously unreleased non-album tracks, 'Sad But True' & 'Kiss Me' (Liv
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Karis Chin-Quee | Kingston Jamaica, West Indies | 01/07/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)
"When I first saw the music video, I was also hearing the song for the first time; therefore, I can't separate the effect the song itself had on me from the visual images. The music video I refer to is that attached to the sound track of Dawson's creek. The video and the song complement each other so perfectly. Leigh Nash looked both like some unearthly creature and a princess all in one. The musical introduction also adds to that fairy tale magic about the song. It makes kissing seem like some wonderful and joyous. The lyrics take you into the atmosphere of the video. Its hard to place the emotions they evoke, its an adult love expressed in childlike pleasure and its pure fantasy yet it makes the joy of kissing real. Her voice is lilting at the right spots and interprets it with whimsical clarity."
Rocket | United States of Alabama | 02/04/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I'm crazy about Sixpence. I was hooked on "Kiss Me" from the first time I heard it...I never purchased it until now since it was only released on single and you know how the timing of that goes so it finally showed up on Amazon and I ordered it. I highly recommend it for all the romanticles out there (like nobodies ever heard this song before)."
Simply perfect, what else can I say?
Karis Chin-Quee | 08/30/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)
"A beautiful song! I love the lyrics, and the instruments. Six pence none the richer puts a life into the song that other bands couldn't accomplish. One of my top 10!"