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Liz Green popped up on Ant's B-Music 7" this week and she's got her very own thing out on little vinyl and rubbish old CD called 'Midnight Blues'. Both formats come in hardcore card sleeves that are tighter than a tiny little suitcase packed with Phil. As far as the music goes this is just a man called Stuart eastham on double bass plus the lady herself with her guitar and cockernee voice tha ...

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Midnight Blues/ I Do Wrong by Liz Green
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8/10 Brett Staff review, 07 August 2008
Liz Green popped up on Ant's B-Music 7" this week and she's got her very own thing out on little vinyl and rubbish old CD called 'Midnight Blues'. Both formats come in hardcore card sleeves that are tighter than a tiny little suitcase packed with Phil. As far as the music goes this is just a man called Stuart eastham on double bass plus the lady herself with her guitar and cockernee voice that's recorded in a way that really accentuates all it's cool old-fashioned sounding qualities. It reminds you off all sorts of old blues and jazz singers, like she's been listening to Ella Fitzgerald and people like that. Phil's input is that 'It sounds like she should be dead' which he probably could have put a bit better really but I know exactly what he means, it makes you want to crack out the old gramophone and read The Grapes of Wrath or something. It's a very timeless-sounding record this, we likes it!

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