Album Review: The Taste of Forbidden Fruit by Lindi

Album Name: The Taste of Forbidden Fruit
Artist: Lindi
Year/Label: 2002 / Scratch Records

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Review by Anna Maria Stjärnell
Lindi’s debut album is remarkably assured. Her sweet voice has depth and clarity and her songs are marvellous. “Misery My Love” has an aching use of strings and a Jewel-like vocal from Lindi.

“Sweet Jezebel” is cabaret flavoured and fun. The lithe “Nothing at All” has heavenly harmonies and a sense of loss that’s almost overpowering. “Naughty Little Thing” is a humorous and cheeky song.

Lindi’s voice frequently swoops and soars in the fashion of the late Jeff Buckley.

Her album is just as good as anything established artists has turned out and will hopefully attract a lot of attention.

Posted on April 1, 2002

Track Listing
1. Misery My Love
2. Nothing At All
3. Coffee Shops
4. Sweet Jezebel
5. Naughty Little Thing
6. Secret
7. A Little Peace
8. Tomorrow You’ll Say Goodbye
9. Hidden
10. Lipstick Traces

[Lindi Official Site]

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