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Name:Cathy Davey Tales Of Silversleeve(2007)_McGrueser

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01. Sing For Your Supper 3:44
02. Reuben 4:10
03. The Collector 2:51
04. Moving 3:44
05. Mr Kill 4:28
06. Overblown Love Song 4:17
07. No Heart Today 3:41
08. Harmony 2:48
09. Can't Help it 4:08
10. Rubbish Ocean 4:17
11. All Of You 3:39


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The Irish Times - "Tales Of Silversleeve" - Oct. 2007

Where the hell did this came from? Is this the same Cathy Davey whose debut album, 2004’s uneven and dull “Something Ilk”, received plenty of accolades, but by no means warranted a ticker-tape parade? Is this the same girl with a guitar who always seemed to fit into niches, but never seemed capable of carving out one of her own? Did I put the right CD in the player?

Yes, yes and, well, yes. “Tales of Silversleeve” is the album of the season which will leave you breathless and not just at the panache and dash employed to merrily pack those preconceptions off to Coventry.

Here’s a bright, bold and breezy rush of imagination, creativity and sheer glorious sounds, an album of sequins, sparkles and swagger. There are 11 songs here which are utterly – utterly – in love with the possibilities which occur in that atomic pop moment when everything is destined to go boom, if you know the right buttons to push.

And Davey has that knowledge. Sure, her accomplice, onetime Sneaker Pimp Liam Howe, helps clear the lines, but there’s no over-priced journeyman producer here trying to turn the Dubliner into his latest puppet on a string. Every note you can hear sounds as it’s coming from the heart – and there are even a few which sound like they’re coming from the soul too.

Just listen to the nagging groove propelling “Moving”, for instance. The pitch is so simple, so obvious, so daftly perfect, that you wonder just why no-one thought of it before. The track is no fluke either because it is preceded by three others and followed by another one which all bear the hallmarks of greatness. That’s five killer songs in a row, including the showstealing “Reuben” and the slinky “Mr Kill” (both of which Robyn and Kylie would happily kill for), before Davey pauses for a cup of tea and a biscuit.

The most charming pop album you’ll hear in Zero Seven. It’s time for that ticker-tape parade.

Download tracks: “Sing For Your Supper”, “Reuben”, “The Collector”, “Moving”, “Mr Kill”.
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'Tales of Silversleeve' may well be the most spectacularly beautiful Irish album you’ll hear this year. It has songs galore, but it also has these glorious sounds and flights of imagination where Davey aims for the sky and actually gets there. She’s trying things out, having a go at new ideas and sounding as if she’s having a whale of a time. Every time I hear the album, I find something new on it to think about.
-Jim Carroll, The Irish Times.
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RTÉ.ie - "Tales Of Silversleeve" - November 2007

"As an aspiration for

any songwriter, the line "Nothing and no one could ever give more with a few minor chords" should begin and end every day. And on her second album Davey tries to live up to the sentiment on every song.

Three years on from her fine debut, 'Tales of Silversleeve' finds the Dublin singer even more imaginative with and confident in her music.

On the upbeat songs which dominate, Davey has a swing to her sound which promises many a big night in a small venue, but it's when she's feeling around in the dark of the heart on 'Sing for Your Supper' and 'Overblown Love Song' that she's at her most magnetic.

And getting stuck to that ache is just one of the many joys of this record."

Harry Guerin, 4/5

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