Love Remains - Tal Wilkenfeld

Love Remains

Tal Wilkenfeld

  • Genre: Alternative
  • Release Date: 2019-03-15
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 10

Tracks

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Reviews

  • Beautiful music with fantastic depth

    5
    5 / 5
    By Jeff of the Colorado Jeffs
    This is just flawlessly executed from top to bottom, I love it.
  • Uninspired

    3
    3 / 5
    By Chuckster54
    The shame is that though her voice is passable, the songwriting here is not. Ever song here seems to be a bunch of strung together cliches. No real blues or rockers, everything is sort of a monotone of mediocrity, like a poor imitation of Joni Mitchell's later jazz years. Perhaps a few cover tunes might have made this a bit more interesting to hear, but as it is it's barely listenable. Night and day from her earlier non-vocal jazz release, Transformation. Buy that instead, pass on this.
  • Twilight vibes

    5
    5 / 5
    By paigelabray
    Sound like it came straight from the twilight soundtrack and I love it
  • Good and bad

    3
    3 / 5
    By vin vee
    one of the most talented musicians ever, she's also incredibly beautiful and writes incredible music. but it goes no where and has no energy. up the tempo and it's super hit time.
  • Stunning

    5
    5 / 5
    By KubickiFan
    I first saw this artist while she was playing bass for Jeff Beck. Besides being a stunning bass player, she is clearly an accomplished musician on multiple fronts. Her music is not to be heard in the elevator or as a backdrop to conversation. This artistry demands your attention. This album is spectacular, and I am excited to see where she goes in the future. As a listener, be prepared to make some effort.
  • stick too playing the bass

    1
    1 / 5
    By dj mikey z
    stick too playing the bass
  • Tal's Evolving Artistry.

    3
    3 / 5
    By rts4ev1
    Tal's previous collaborations have been, at times, inspired by her vitruosity and uniqeness of playing bass. However, this album doesn't stand out among any recent solo artists for either composition in music or lyrics. This is disappointing because she is a multi-talented artist by virtue of her impressive catalogue of work. Tal's vocal performances can be stunningly effective, for example, when she re-interprets Leonard Cohen's, Chelsea Hotel, but somehow I wish her nuanced approach were weaved more effectively within her new compositions. There also seems to be an odd mix in production value which separates the vocals and pushes them into the background. There are some noteable songs but this album may be a departure and a way of evolving her artistry.
  • Love it!

    5
    5 / 5
    By Limpkins
    Such a beautiful voice..Wonderful album..
  • A must have

    5
    5 / 5
    By KORAK69
    Of course there are 3 songs that are outstanding and the rest I’m sure will grow on me. Tal seems to express herself in a sarcastic melancholy way which is very appealing to me. She does jazz too on her other cd. Make sure to add this to your collection. I try my best to help keep great musicians alive with food on the table. Buy this and try to support musicians you like because the industry is not looking out for them