by Lisa Stansfield

Catalogue Number: 140-9455



Released: 10/02/14

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Eighties songstress Lisa Stansfield proves she’s more than capable of holding her own against today’s crop of soulsters, with her appropriately-titled seventh studio album, Seven. That rich, distinctive voice hasn’t gone anywhere and the album is filled with songs that have the power to recall her biggest hits like Around the World and Change. Opening number Can’t Dance might have come straight out of the 1990’s R&B scene, and the fact that this sound is very much en vogue at the moment does nothing to hurt the success of Stansfield’s comeback. Elsewhere, the jazzy upbeat number Why contrasts with slower tracks like The Crown, with its melancholic theme of frustrated love. The perfect album to recline in the bath to on a Friday night, Lisa Stansfield’s Seven is out on audio CD now.

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