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  • Audio CD (October 21, 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Koch Records
  • ASIN: B0000CDL6F
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (133 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,499 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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35 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Vincent DiGeronimo on October 22, 2003
Format: Audio CD
There aren't enough words to describe how amazing this album is and how amazing this woman is. "Immortal" was great. "Screamin' for My Supper" was better. I've waited four years for this album and it was well worth the wait. It doesn't get any better than this folks! This is SOUL! This is POWER! This is MUSIC! If I had to complain it would only be that it ends too soon. This woman has so many amazing B sides ("Hiding Under Water," "Jackie's Song," "As Good As It Gets," "Laugh As Loud As You Cry") that this album should never end! GET IT! BUY IT! SUGGEST IT TO FRIENDS! They WILL love it!
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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Matthew J. Cortez on October 23, 2004
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In the vast wasteland what is now known as the TOP 40, where is this VOICE? Beth Hart is one of the most understated voices in a lost genre.

Every track of this brilliant album reflects Hart's dedication to treat each song as a piece of artwork. This album is Hart's most consistent to date. The title track "Leave the Light On" has shades of "The L.A. Song" from Hart's last effort "Screamin' For My Supper." The rest of this album stands on it's own.

"Lift's You Up", "Bottle of Jesus", "World Without You" are great, edgy numbers displaying Hart's vocal prowess. This album produces some awesome power ballads. Besides the title track, "I'll Stay With You" is a song that will hang in your head and heart after listening proving Hart can take it down a notch and never lose that touch of soul that graces each song of this AMAZING CD.

Well worth a listen, if Hart does not touch you with one song from this album, I would question if the listener has a soul.
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23 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on October 24, 2003
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Beth Hart is a breath of fresh air in the music industry today. We have the "pop" icons that claim their fame on picture perfect bodies and hair and, oh yeah, they can dance...but what about the "voice" when did the industry stop caring about vocal talent? If you ask me... far too long ago. Beth Hart's new album "Leave The Light On" which was released on October 21, 2003 on Koch Records is sensational! When I finished listening to Beth Hart new album I just sat back and thought, "Wow".."What a powerful and emotional voice", I had chills running down my spine. Beth's voice draws you in and speaks to you on a personal level there is no emotion left unfelt. I don't know many singers that leave you feeling so many "feelings".
The title track, "Leave The Light On" tells a story, of a woman who has been abused, turns the abuse inward and the struggles to overcome being a victim. Beth's voice is sensitive and delivers the song with passion. Track 7 "Lifetime" is an anthem to those whose life has been hard, to encourage a positive change, "It's no way to live a lifetime" "no way to live at all". I am sure some of us can relate to the message in this song. The 10th track "Sky Full Of Clover" has a gospel/blues tone to it and in my opinion the most powerful song on the album.
The rest of the album showcases the vocal talent of Beth Hart's "voice" finally a singer with a "voice"! Beth's vocal style is reminiscent of Janis Joplin mixed with Patsy Cline's chilling and haunting voice...what a mixture! Beth Hart will surely stir your emotions as you "feel" her emotions in each track on the album. Do I have a favorite? Yes...all of them, each one has it's own unique flavor. Don't take my word for it, buy the album and form your own opinion.
Connecticut's own David Wolff is the manger of Beth Hart, the woman with "the voice" I say: Dear Mr. Wolff Bring Beth Hart to Connecticut so that we may be mesmerized by Beth's "voice" live!
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By K. B Bennett on October 21, 2003
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I just bought the new Beth Hart cd, Leave a Light On, today and have enjoyed every song on here. Ms. Hart is best known for her song "Out of LA" which was on an episode of Beverly Hills 90210 a few years ago. Anyone who is familiar with her work will defintitely enjoy this new disc. The songs on here are soulful and very powerful, both lyrically and instrumentally. Ms. Hart has obvioulsy delt with some heartache over the past few years and it is reflected on some of the songs on this album. For those who are not familiar with her work, Ms. Hart sounds like a modern day Janis Joplin with vocal cords to prove it. Her music can be considered rock, and some songs rock hard, and some of the songs can be considered more bluesy in nature. I would recommend this disc to all old and new fans. You will not be disappointed. I was quite eager to purchase this cd and am glad I did. Hopefully we will hear more from this artist as she gains popularity, so people, spread the word and keep on keepin' on!
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Christopher Van Houten on August 12, 2004
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Beth Hart deserves much wider recognition, but not if it would change her offbeat, gritty appeal one bit. Leave the Light On is my favorite of her albums to date. Her Janis Joplin-esque vocals are perfectly showcased on this too-short album. She manages to travel from moving ballads ("Leave the Light On", "Lifetime") to Southern Rock ("Bottle of Jesus", "Broken & Ugly") and even to tracks influenced by Gospel ("Sky Full of Clover") and doo-wop ("If God Only Knew") while maintaining a coherent and listener-friendly album. It may lack a jaw-dropping masterpiece like "Mama" (from Screamin' for my Supper), but Leave the Light On makes up for it in across-the-board humor, spunk, and awesome vocals. Perhaps the album is encapsulated best by Beth's final words of thanks in the album jacket: "P.S. Thanks to all our neighbors for not calling the cops when I play and scream".
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