Sam Brown Dusts Off Live Recording

It’s been years since the ever-astonishing Sam Brown lost her vocal power and turned into a proponent of ukulele delights, yet a myriad of the singer’s fans still find a lot of pleasure in her records. She was able to deliver a piece of any genre, in the studio and on stage, but the English artist’s discography never included a concert album – her backing performances for other legends don’t count – so the emergence of such should feel sensational. Available now from Ms Samantha’s website, “Wednesday The Something Of April – The One Woman Show” is a document of her 2004 solo tour during which Brown delivered classics like “Stop” and deep cuts.

Touching upon Sam’s every album up to 2000 – except for “April Moon” and including “I Forgive You” that she co-penned with Maria McKee, Brown’s new offering looks like this:

SAM BROWN –
Wednesday The Something Of April

1. Breathe In Life
2. Learn To Listen
3. Loveless
4. I’ll Be Here
5. The Kiss Of Love
6. Rainbow
7. I Forgive You
8. One Candle
9. Letting Go
10. Stop
11. Intuition
12. Over The Moon
13. Void
14. Show Your Love
15. ‘Lectric Chair
16. Away With The Faeries

June 2, 2021

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