Enid Rose Weir - He's My Guiding Light

Tuesday 13th November 2001
Enid Rose Weir - He's My Guiding Light
Enid Rose Weir - He's My Guiding Light

STYLE: Country
LABEL: Kingship KSCD003
RRP: £4.99

Reviewed by Tony Cummings

Enid Rose Weir is undoubtedly a towering spiritual presence at the New Testament Church Of God, Highgate. And presumably our friends at Kingship reckon they've discovered a niche market for Enid's musical offerings (they released an EP last year). But to those not acquainted with the dear sister, 'He's My Guiding Light' is almost unlistenable. Cod country with programmed backings uncomfortably fused to steel guitar while dear Enid's voice is small and colourless, with the self-composed songs sounding like they stem from an obscure turn of the century country hymnal. There's even a bagpipe passage at the end of one track. I think I'd better stop here.

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