Me Myself I (Remastered) Joan Armatrading

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Album-Release:
1980

HRA-Release:
30.09.2021

Label: A&M

Genre: Pop

Subgenre: Pop Rock

Artist: Joan Armatrading

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  • 1Me Myself I03:16
  • 2Ma Me O Beach03:04
  • 3Friends03:05
  • 4Is It Tomorrow Yet?03:31
  • 5Turn Out The Light04:19
  • 6When You Kisses Me03:14
  • 7All The Way From America04:49
  • 8Feeling In My Heart (For You)03:36
  • 9Simon03:40
  • 10I Need You02:54
  • Total Runtime35:28

Info for Me Myself I (Remastered)



The Basseterre born, Birmingham reared British singer, writer and musician was a respected recording and touring act by the time she arrived at her seventh outing, Me Myself I. Having crafted a superior niche blend of blues, folk, soul and rock during her first decade of activity, Me Myself I came to represent a kinetic sea change for Armatrading’s second decade of activity. Utilizing new wave (“Me Myself I”), a form of proto-ska (“Simon”) and bold R&B-pop (“Is It Tomorrow Yet?”) as canvases for her affecting narratives, Armatrading met with only more hits and accolades from fans and critics alike.

"On the trio of albums that made her reputation in 1976-1978, Joan Armatrading, Show Some Emotion, and To the Limit, Armatrading relied on the pristine production of Glyn Johns to underscore the sensitivity of her folk-based confessional songs. Here, on her first full-length album in two years, she turned to rock producer Richard Gottehrer and a session band that included Anton Fig, Chris Spedding, and members of the E Street Band, making her case for being a mainstream rocker. The songs were less serious, too, notably the title track, a U.K. hit. (The album's other British chart single was the ballad "All the Way from America," which was more in the style of her earlier work.) The result was the best-selling album Armatrading has ever had in either the U.S. or U.K." (William Ruhlmann, AMG)

Joan Armatrading

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