Katie De Veau - The Turning

Friday 1st March 2002
Katie De Veau - The Turning
Katie De Veau - The Turning

STYLE: MOR / Soft Pop
RATING 7 7 7 7 7 7 7
LABEL: Independent

Reviewed by Graham Jovanovic

With undertones of the Corrs and Amy Grant, Katie is backed by a competent band to resource a simple but mellow album that soothes the troubled heart. Katie has an innocent sounding voice that is quite embracing in its honesty and also possesses a skill for playing the piano. Overall this is a gentle, thoughtful offering with a chilled out, ambient feel from track to track. Maybe suited more to the late 20, early 30 something listeners, with an obvious array of solo female artists as influences there is enough charm here to herald a new female talent.

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