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  • Audio CD (June 7, 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Alliance
  • ASIN: B0007Y0914
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #162,256 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Trying to Love You
2. Right Back Into The Feeling
3. Look
4. Free
5. Touch My Heart
6. Time Won't Tell
7. Will and Liz
8. Who We Are
9. Your Love Stays
10. The Reason
11. I Find Your Love

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Another superb album from the wonderfully talented Beth Nielsen Chapman. As with "Sand & Water" and "Deeper Still" the poignancy and feeling that can only truly come through personal experience is there for all those brave enough to let down their guards to feel. Encouragingly Beth Nielsen Chapman is currently one of several superb singer-songwriters who are capable of consistent high-class output. Compass. 2005.

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When it comes to pure and simple songwriting, few can rival Beth Nielsen Chapman, and Lookis another powerful addition to her cannon. So far, her work has been covered successfully by Faith Hill, Elton John, Bonnie Raitt and myriad others and her artist peers will surely find much to feed upon here. In a sense, it's a concept album, the concept being "love" in all its forms. Having recently recovered from breast cancer, Chapman is clearly ready to embrace humanity in all its flawed beauty. Thus we have tales of enduring love, love passed by, romantic love, destructive love, redemptive love and love for the dearly departed, all of them delivered with impressive warmth and charm. Importantly, they're all also performed deadly straight--thankfully, there are no vocal pyrotechnics to divert one's attention from the songs. And what songs they are, Chapman creating a smooth blend of country, pop, jazz and soft soul that's varied in style, tone and mood yet consistent in its excellence. Arguably, she's at her best when indulging her love for show tunes, as she does with the title track and the quiet, exotic "The Reason". --Dominic Wills

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Her voice is crystal clear, her composition is flawless.
KK
This album brings us sweet and bittersweet and those Beth songs that bring tears with her pure honesty and belief in love beyond this physical world.
Valerie J. Grimes
The first (Trying to Love You) and the last (I Found Your Love) are very typical BNC through and through.
H. F. Zwick

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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Lee Armstrong HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on June 8, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Beth Nielsen Chapman's "Look" is another brilliant outing from this breathtaking singer. The British release on the Sanctuary label has been out for a few months. Finally the American release on the Compass label is here. For the U.S. release, they've added some sunrise colors on the horizon of the artwork. Three of the uptempo tracks frame the set for me. Beth who co-wrote the Faith Hill classic "This Kiss" shows she's still master of the addictive pop song hook on "Right Back Into the Feeling," a delightful sonic confection. (This is currently perched at #1 in my own personal top ten.) Joined by Michael McDonald on vocals, Beth belts out that addictive chorus that any sane radio programmer would die for, "Sends me right back into the feeling when the world melts under your touch, And you toss my heart into the ceiling, no reason not to fall in love." Like "Right Back Into the Feeling," "Free" was also written with Annie Roboff. Crystal Taliefero's percussion & Jerry Marotta's drums rock the driving beat while the joyful chorus that alludes to the Beatles' famous "Let It Be" anthem sends the track into the stratosphere, "And I've passed my graduation, I hold my Ph.D. in crash test blues, I've paid my dues." Co-written with Al Anderson & David Baerwald, "Will & Liz" has a pulsing beat, a searing electric lead by Tom Bukovac, and Beth's vocals oozing irony, "Sex, drugs, lies, Another day in Paradise, So wonderful, they don't think twice, calling it love." Beth also nails the slow lovely ballads. "Touch My Heart" is a eulogy with a lovely melody and Beth's vocals bubbling with emotion, "Sail on my love, life is only a blink in time, go on & show all those stars what it means to shine." "The Reason" written with David Wilcox is another lovely melody, "True love knows the song the wind has yet to play." There are no weak tracks on the CD. "Look" is another gem, a great follow-up to "Deeper Still," her previous set of original songs. Bravo!
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Valerie J. Grimes on November 14, 2004
Format: Audio CD
This album is not yet readily available in the U.S. but it can be ordered through Amazon ... aren't we lucky! If you already know Beth's music you know it comes from her own experiences that she is open enough to share with us. This album finds Beth back "on her feet" after some tough times--sudden widowhood, then her own fight against breast cancer. These songs are full of her new life which includes good health, a new love and the continued pleasure of her son and friends. This album brings us sweet and bittersweet and those Beth songs that bring tears with her pure honesty and belief in love beyond this physical world. On this album you'll find some harmonies with Michael McDonald and a lovely composition that she co-wrote with Eric Kaz on which she shares the vocals with her now-grown son! (Your Love Stays) I always appreciate her lyric sheets for each song although she's very easy to understand. I highly recommend this CD as well as her entire catalogue!
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By H. F. Zwick on November 1, 2005
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Again BNC ushers us into her world of melodious, heart-felt music and haunting lyrics. The first (Trying to Love You) and the last (I Found Your Love) are very typical BNC through and through. "Look" is a piece of remeniscence although too bluesy for my taste as "Right Back Into The Feeling" smacks of too much R&B and seems a bit unsuitable for BNC style. The longing for lost love is again relived in "Touch My Heart" and "Time Won't Tell" but BNC has that unmeasurable ability to put those undescribable feelings into music and words. This is another must for you BNC collection.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By KK on July 27, 2007
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I've liked Beth Nielsen Chapman from the very beginning. This CD has been out for over a year, and I finally bought it. It is a wonderful trip. As usual, she has a number of different styles - jazzy THE REASON and title song, pop style tunes in TRYING TO LOVE YOU and RIGHT BACK INTO THE FEELING, and a little more country than normal in TIME WON'T TELL. But, her trademark sound comes through on I FIND YOUR LOVE, TOUCH MY HEART, and the duet with her son, YOUR LOVE STAYS (also a little more country than usual). Her voice is crystal clear, her composition is flawless. It's probably NOT as good as SAND AND WATER, but it's up there with YOU HOLD THE KEY to offering a great variety for a solo singer. If you want one of the best - fairly unknown - singer/songwriter in the US, give Beth a listen.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By H. F. Zwick on September 15, 2004
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BNC continues to embrace the depth of her experiences through her mature voice and poignant lyrics. Whether it's the soulful 'Right Back To The Feeling', a contemplative 'Look', or the snappy 'Free', BNC seeks out enduring love and a seach for the acceptance of life's imperfections and flawed beauty. She continues to offer up musical ballads in a metaphoric and simplistic songwriting quality that connects with the heart. It's becoming more difficult to critique BNC than to just simply listen and accept.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Lee Armstrong HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on May 18, 2005
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Beth Nielsen Chapman's "Look" is another brilliant outing from this breathtaking singer. Three of the uptempo tracks frame the set for me. Beth who co-wrote the Faith Hill classic "This Kiss" shows she's still master of the addictive pop song hook on "Right Back Into the Feeling," a delightful sonic confection. Joined by Michael McDonald on vocals, Beth belts out that addictive chorus that any sane radio programmer would die for, "Sends me right back into the feeling when the world melts under your touch, And you toss my heart into the ceiling, no reason not to fall in love." Like "Right Back Into the Feeling," "Free" was also written with Annie Roboff. Crystal Taliefero's percussion & Jerry Marotta's drums rock the driving beat while the joyful chorus that alludes to the Beatles' famous "Let It Be" anthem sends the track into the stratosphere, "And I've passed my graduation, I hold my Ph.D. in crash test blues, I've paid my dues." Co-written with Al Anderson & David Baerwald, "Will & Liz" has a pulsing beat, a searing electric lead by Tom Bukovac, and Beth's vocals oozing irony, "Sex, drugs, lies, Another day in Paradise, So wonderful, they don't think twice, calling it love." Beth also nails the slow lovely ballads. "Touch My Heart" is a eulogy with a lovely melody and Beth's vocals bubbling with emotion, "Sail on my love, life is only a blink in time, go on & show all those stars what it means to shine." "The Reason" written with David Wilcox is another lovely melody, "True love knows the song the wind has yet to play." There are no weak tracks on the CD. "Look" is another gem, a great follow-up to "Deeper Still," her previous set of original songs. Bravo!
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