Album Review: Telegram by Kate Miller-Heidke

Album Name: Telegram
Artist: Kate Miller-Heidke
Year/Label: 2005 / Independent

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Review by Anna Maria Stjärnell

Kate Miller-Heidke’s debut ep is a startling record. Her great voice and refreshing attitude are good qualities.

“Space They Cannot Touch” has a lovely chorus and a sweet vocal.

“Monster” shows off Miller-Heidke’s impressive vocal range and her ability to pen smart songs.

“Blah Blah” is a neatly handled comic song, that reminds me of Erin McKeown. She sings of people trying to offer good advice where none is needed.

“The Day after Christmas” is a classic piano ballad. She sings beautifully throughout.

This ep is wonderful.

Posted on November 8, 2008


Rating: 5 Stars
Comment: my god i heard Kate at the Woodford Folk Festival 2005-06 and i was amazed. I found her cd and it is now one of my favourites. Her voices is so pristine and beautiful.
name: Dessi on Wednesday, June 21, 2006

Track Listing
Listen to track samples
1. Space They Cannot Touch
2. Monster
3. Hello
4. My Photo in the Newspaper
5. Blah Blah
6. The Truth
7. The Day After Christmas

[Kate Miller-Heidke Official Site]

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