Eye To The Telescope

February 7, 2006 | Format: MP3

$5.99
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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: February 7, 2006
  • Release Date: February 7, 2006
  • Label: Relentless/Virgin
  • Copyright: (C) 2005 Jaydone Ltd trading as Relentless Records under exclusive licence to Virgin Records LtdThis label copy information is the subject of copyright protection. All rights reserved.(C) 2005 EMI Rec
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  • Total Length: 44:56
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  • ASIN: B000TERKBY
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (338 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,984 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

This is, by far, one of the best pop albums I've heard in years.
Bookphile
I hate that when you get an album because you like one song you heard on the radio and you're gambling that the whole cd will be just as wonderful.
J. J. Scott
And on most of the songs the music really adds to the mood portrayed through KT's voice and lyrics.
Brett Corkins

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

133 of 136 people found the following review helpful By Gregory J. Casteel on September 22, 2006
Format: Audio CD
I am neither young nor hip. The music that today's kids listen to is grating on my ears. I have eclectic musical tastes, and listen to everything from classical, to jazz, to folk, to rock; but I can't stand hip hop, dance music, or Top-40 pop. Give me Frank Sinatra, Ray Charles, Stevie Ray Vaughn, or Pink Floyd. I have no use for Britney Spears, Jessica Simpson, or Diddy. In other words, I want more from my music than a beat you can dance to and some sexy choreography. In order to get my attention, music must have some depth to it. I want substance; not just superficial flash.

KT Tunstall is the real deal. Unlike most young singers today, she's got actual musical talent. Her songs are lyrical and catchy. They have a way of getting under your skin. And she performs them perfectly. No dancing; no flashy costumes; nothing to distract you from the music -- KT Tunstall doesn't need any of that. She can sing. She can play. She can write songs. This isn't kiddie music (though she does seem to appeal to younger listeners as well as to those of us who are a bit more mature). It's good to know that someone as genuinely talented as KT Tunstall is getting recognition and commercial success in the world of popular music. Maybe we're finally starting to emerge out of the era of lame kiddie pop, hip hop, and dance music that began in the mid-1990s, and are entering a new era of quality music. (Probably not; but a guy can dream.) At the very least, I hope to hear more from KT Tunstall in the coming years.
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30 of 30 people found the following review helpful By ProperGander News (Dr. Emil Shuffhausen) on February 27, 2006
Format: Audio CD
I was spending a long time recently browsing through my local music store and found myself continually being drawn to the young lady singing on the sound system. Finally, I did something I seldom do: I went to the clerk and asked "Who IS this playing?" I thought it was either Fiona Apple or something new from former Sixpence None the Richer singer Leigh Nash.

I confess, I hadn't heard of KT Tunstall before, but I was very struck by her music. She's a little bit jazzy, a little folky, smooth and fiesty, acoustic-but-rocking ... I don't know what to call her music except great.

"Other Side of the World" is a funky, kicky leadoff track, and things don't slack off after that. "Another Place to Fall" rocks a bit in a crunchy granola kind of way. The plucky "Suddenly I See" is pretty much irresistable pop. The CD alternately soars and sighs, but never sinks or falters. It's really an amazingly mature and accomplished work from such a new, young artist.

Take Norah Jones, Nelly Furtado, Dido, Carol King, the aforementioned Nash and Apple, Sarah MacLaughlin, Bonnie Raitt, and, just for the heck of it, The Corrs, and put them all in a blender...or maybe a cappucino machine...shake and warm, and you might have something like KT Tunstall. And that's a good thing.
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31 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Lance Lazewski on October 2, 2006
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Next to my wife, in my 48 years of life, music has been my passion. In recent times, its been very hard for me to find anything I like. The American music "powers to be" want to do nothing but shove hip hop, fluff & shallow "Pop Tarts" (Britney, Jessica Simpson, Paris Hilton & on & on & on.........) down our throats. FINALLY, after about 20 years, a breath of fresh air !!! I stumbled upon K T Tunstall channel surfing & came accross the tail end of her Soundstage concert televised on PBS about a month ago. I didn't know who she was at the time but was greatly impressed with the couple of songs I heard. I purchased the cd last week & by coincidence, heard she was coming to Buffalo last Friday (9-29-06). I listened to the CD & I couldn't believe my ears. This is the most talented artist to come along in ages. I can't get enough of this cd. The opening tune, "Other side of the world", is as beautiful of a song as your ever going to hear. The chord progressions & KT's sweet vocals send chills down my spine. The next tune, " Another place to fall", has a bit of an edge & shows another side of this multi talented artist. I'm not going to analyze each track, but they compliment each other well. The 2 more "up tempo" songs, "Black horse & the cherry tree" & "Suddenly I see", are excellent. Before I bought the cd, I read various reviews. I heard KT compared to Bonnie Raitt, Carole King, Melissa Etheridge among others. I was a little skeptical. I said to myself, no one can be THAT GOOD !!?? Well guess what, SHE IS. She's a genuine artist who pours everything she has into her music. A great writer, musician & most of all, singer. Oh, & I almost forgot, performer. My wife & I caught her show in Buffalo last week & it has to rank in the top 5 I've seen in my lifetime.Read more ›
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36 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Busy Body on May 1, 2005
Format: Audio CD
One of 2005's most promising new talents is KT Tunstall, the fresh Scottish songstress who has made a big impression upon Radio 1 and Radio 2 listeners. Her brand of pop and rock music, with traces of folk, is something interesting amidst an ocean of bland R'n'B radio filler. Her debut album "Eye To The Telescope" is an impressive piece of work, but Miss Tunstall still needs to fully impress the public over here in Britain. She's been on a promotional blitz for this album, and it hasn't exactly sold amazingly well yet, but I think this album will be a slow burner throughout 2005 and will see KT achieve big success by the end of the year.

The album opens with the second single, the gorgeous "Other Side Of The World." This song has received a great reception and I hope it does really well on the charts. This is probably one of the strongest songs of the year so far, sounding a little bit like Dido - musically - and Fiona Apple - vocally. So as you can see, it's a melting pot of musical styles! "Another Place To Fall" shows that KT can rock with the best of them on a uptempo pop rock piece with a fiery chorus and punchy verses. The guitar is an ever-present force in this album, and this song showcases that. "Under The Weather" is the first ballad of the album, and it's almost lullaby in style. KT's vocals here are soft and lucious working wonderfully with the guitars and gentle humming in the background. A great song, very visual with images of water and submersion created in your mind. The song picks up pace towards the end. "Black Horse And The Cherry Tree" is the most well-known song from this album and was the first single KT ever released. This song really caught my attention because it's unlike anything else out there! There's elements of pop, rock, folk and perhaps even country.
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