Laura Marling Vinyl, CD & tapes from this artist at Norman Records
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Well I have to admit I'm loving that big fluffy thing on the album sleeve and on the videos they've released to promote this record. You should see it dance....remarkable.
Also the music is unexpectedly brilliant. I'm sort of a fan of bits of Laura Marling not so much of T...view item
"I Speak Because I Can" is Laura Marling's second album and arguably her best. Released in 2010, I view this as a massive step forward from her 2008 debut "Alas, I Cannot Swim", which did show that she had something special. I still think "Ghosts" is one of her best songs, However, she seems more consistent and confident in her performance here....view item
Having not previously been a fan of Laura Marling (other than her hair on her second album) I was struck almost dumb by the first track on this her sixth missive. ‘Soothing’ is a lovely fully orchestrated slab of dark folk that has something of Nick Drake, much of ...view item
Was anyone else as upset as I was that Laura Marling has gone back from brunette to blonde? I mean life goes on etc. but she looked better as a brown hair. I'll get over it, I suppose. Now she has teamed up with Jack White for a new single on his label Third Man. The lead track 'Blues Run the Game' is very familiar. I think Nick Drake may have c...view item
Laura Marling’s third album “A Creature I Don’t Know”, from 2011, and follow up to 2010’s brilliant “I Speak Because I Can” finds her with more of a confident swagger than ever before. There’s an assured air about her performance on opener “The Muse”. The production is on a bigger scale...view item
She suited her hair brown but very quickly changed it back to white. She suited her hair long but very quickly had it all lopped off. And as with her various haircuts, Laura Marling changes musical styles too. Not crazily so, she sticks to her folk template but each record she moves in a different direction.
Here, she has slipped away fr...view item
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