Patricia Barber - Cafe Blue (Gold CD) - AudioSoundMusic
Patricia Barber - Cafe Blue (Gold CD) - AudioSoundMusic
Patricia Barber - Cafe Blue (Gold CD) - AudioSoundMusic
Patricia Barber - Cafe Blue (Gold CD) - AudioSoundMusic
Patricia Barber - Cafe Blue (Gold CD) - AudioSoundMusic
Patricia Barber - Cafe Blue (Gold CD) - AudioSoundMusic

Patricia Barber - Cafe Blue (Gold CD)

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Piano, Vocals – Patricia Barber [click here to see more vinyl featuring Patricia Barber]

Bass – Michael Arnopol

Drums, Percussion – Mark Walker

Guitar – John McLean


1 Gold CD, gatefold jacket

Limited edition

Original analog Master tape : YES

Stereo

Studio

Label : Impex

Original Label : Premonition Records

Engineered and remixed by Jim Anderson

Executive Producer – Abey Fonn, Michael Friedman, Robert Bantz

Produced by Patricia Barber

Remixed in April 2011 from original master tapes

Mastered by Kevin Gray

Originally released in 1994

Reissued in 2021

 

Tracks:

  1. What A Shame
  2. Mourning Grace
  3. The Thrill Is Gone
  4. Romanesque
  5. Yellow Car III
  6. Inch Worm
  7. Ode To Billie Joe
  8. Too Rich For My Blood
  9. A Taste Of Honey
  10. Nardis
  11. Wood Is A Pleasant Thing To Think About
  12. Mahna De Carnaval

 

 

Reviews :

« Patricia Barber, who is both a fine keyboardist and an atmospheric singer, contributes roughly half of the material to her Premonition debut. Her dark voice and the generally esoteric program takes awhile to get used to (listeners will have to be patient), but after two or three listens, this thought-provoking and rather moody set becomes more accessible. The music ranges stylewise from sophisticated pop sensitivities to the avant-garde and even touches of minimalism, while not fitting securely into any category. Barber gives a new slant to "The Thrill Is Gone," "Ode to Billy Joe," and even "A Taste of Honey," and her vocals are all quite haunting and contemporary. An added plus to this unusual music is adventurous guitarist John McLean. » AllMusic Review by Scott Yanow

 

Ratings :

AllMusic : 4 / 5 , Discogs : 4,67 / 5

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