Album Review: The Third Woman by Clare Moore

Album Name: The Third Woman
Artist: Clare Moore
Year/Label: 2002 / Chapter

Review by Anna Maria Stjärnell

Australian musician Clare Moore has long been in the shadow of her partner Dave Graney, but now she steps into the cdreviews with her own cd. The result is an exteremly varied album , taking in the weird electronica of “Lost in Space” and the mini drama “Yes! Fat Chicks.”. The latter I would love to see expanded to a film.

Elsewhere Moore sings of crosswalk attendants in love and urban paranoia.

It’s an imaginative record that shows that Moore should keep making her own albums.

Posted on January 19, 2002

Track Listing
There seems to be a discrepancy. The CD that was reviewed showed this track listing:
1. All of me
2. Sirens call to arms
3. User Friendly
4. Parchman Farm
5. Lollypop Man
6. The Third Woman
7. The Second Hand man
8. The last real
9. He Ain’t up himself
10. Yes!…Fat Chicks

But the website shows the track listing as this:
1. Lost in space
2. All of me
3. User , friendly
4. Sirens call to arms
5. The second hand man
6. Lollypops
7. The Third woman
8. Parchman farm
9. he ain’t up, himself
10. the last real
11. Yes! Fatchicks!

[Clare Moore Official Site]


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