Album Review: Burn the Black Suit by Juliet Turner

Album Name: Burn the Black Suit
Artist: Juliet Turner
Year/Label: 2001 / Hear This!

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Review by Anna Maria Stjärnell

Juliet Turner is a new artist from Ireland. On this album she sings her gorgeous, literate songs with easy confidence and great charm. The songs all feel familiar though they are new which is always a good sign. The hummable “Take the Money and Run” is a highlight as is the irrepressible “Dr Fell”.

Turner ought to be famous and she certainly has talent enough. the cover of Tom Waits'”I Hope I Don’t Fall in Love With You” is an affecting duet with Brian Kennedy.

It’s a good interpretation of a familiar song and a great way to end a brilliant and instantly likeable album.>

Posted on October 5, 2001

Track Listing
Listen to track samples
1. Burn The Black Suit
2. Sorry To Say
3. Call Me Green
4. Theatre For The Broken
5. Dr Fell
6. Queen On Canal Street
7. Belfast Central
8. Take The Money And Run
9. Rough Lion’s Tongue
10. Narcissi
11. I Hope That I Don’t Fall In Love With You

[Juliet Turner Official Site]



Rating: 5 Stars
This is just a fantastic album. Every track a winner. Just listen to Dr Fell and you’ll be hooked
Comment by Hefin Jones

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