Helen Jayne - Nothing Can Separate

Thursday 1st October 1992
Helen Jayne - Nothing Can Separate

RATING 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10
LABEL: Independent
FORMAT: Cassette Single

Reviewed by Chris Tozer

If Amy Grant's rise to megastardom began with a pri­vately recorded tape of her songs, then Helen Jayne could be next! This three song taster is worth searching out if you like your music in the Beverley Craven style. The title track is a slow ballad with a tune I you'll soon be humming. The recording is pretty good and I the production is fine for a private effort. The lyrics are, perhaps, the main area that need working on - she sings the words "nothing can separate" 23 times if you include the 47 second end­ing! But then, even Elton John needs Bernie Taupin to write his lyrics, but Helen has a delicious voice, a good ear for hooks and we're all going to be hearing a lot, lot more of this lady.

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