Beth Orton Vinyl, CD & tapes from this artist at Norman Records
Beth Orton drafted in Andrew Hung of Fuck Buttons to Co-produce Kidsticks. Whilst her voice is familiar, the music pushes the singer/songwriter genre to the limit. Beth Orton broke new ground mixing acoustic and electronic music on her debut album Trailer Park back in 1996, On ...view item
High time for some reissues of Beth Orton albums don’t you think? The Rhino label think so, and thus they have pressed to (180g) vinyl this album, along with Daybreaker. Comfort of Strangers was recorded with the help of Jim O’Rourke as producer, so you just know that every little c...view item
It was released in 1999 as a follow up to the acclaimed Trailer Park and received a Mercury Music Prize nomination and helped Beth earn a BRIT Award in 2000 for Best British Female. The album also features in the book, 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die.
The album featured the hit singles Stolen Car and Central Reservation and is n...view item
Beth Orton... the tall lady of averageness is back with avengeance.
Actually she's back with a brass section. Middle of the road slightly
upbeat (for her anyway) pop tune. Didn't float my boat but then I've only
liked a couple of tunes she's done. Anywhere is better than the last single though
High time for some reissues of Beth Orton albums don’t you think? The Rhino label think so, and thus they have pressed to (180g) vinyl this album, along with Comfort of Strangers. Daybreaker scored into the Top Ten when it was first released in 2002, and it finds Orton in a lounging folkt...view item
Pop rock artist Beth Orton enjoys softly sighing over acoustic arrangements that have been processed into tunes with electro-pop leanings and boisterous choruses. Central Reservation is sparse but symphonic, trading picked guitars with ascendant strings and firm beats. Orton is joined on record by ...view item
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