Tuesday, 11 September 2018

Beth Hart - Screamin' for My Supper, album review

Screamin' Supremacy

Released in 1999, this album rests between the two I have just reviewed in the preceding posts – this my furthering appreciation of a special talent.

Songwriting is always a feature, but on this album the credits are largely Hart’s, with assistance naturally here and there. It’s all damn good, but I recommend two tracks:

G.O.P. is a blistering rock number that platforms Hart’s vocal in its full range of blast and beautiful rage, the punching tempo in full empathetic support, riffs abounding and bluesy at times.

Skin is a ballad filled with light orchestral grace underpinning Hart’s highly emotive and vibrated singing, scorching touches as she soars. 

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