Juliet Turner - Let's Hear It For The Pizza

Saturday 1st February 1997
Juliet Turner - Let's Hear It For The Pizza
Juliet Turner - Let's Hear It For The Pizza

STYLE: Roots/Acoustic
RATING 6 6 6 6 6 6
LABEL: Sticky Music GUMCD34
RRP: £14.29

Reviewed by John Oxborough

It may be a funny title for an album (unless you are a fan of fast food) but Juliet's album is in no means funny. 'Let's Hear It For Pizza' is a guitar-based mellow album for all ages. The first of the 10 tracks, "Dr Fell", is dominated by Juliet's soothingly rough voice, surrounded by strumming guitars and catchy percussion. The majority of the album consists of finger-picked guitar tunes and Juliet's voice. Other tracks include "Pizza And Wine", "Indian Summer", "Purely Platonic" and "Glory To The Ground". If you're looking for in-your-face Christian messages you could be looking for a long time. The album focuses on life's little issues. All in all, this album is nice to listen to, with a song to suit all moods. A possible hit with Alanis Morissette fans.

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