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Beth Orton can be a frustrating singer to listen to over the course of a full album, at least that's what I've found through my limited exposure to her work. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Donald E. Gilliland
I had never heard of Beth until I had heard a song at the end of a movie and researched who it was. Her music is easy to listen to, poetic and collection of great sounds.Published 9 months ago by Anne Rudolph
From the first time I heard that voice, a bit dirty like Natalie Merchant, it was an instant attraction. She's a folk rocker with an unusual slant. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Milton Ossorio
I'm not a fan ...sorry fan base.
She slur's the lyric so badly I can understand her maybe 25 percent of time. Read more
There is only one real reason to buy this CD [assuming you own everthing else Beth' has produced]:
"Water from a vine leaf"
This is one of her [earliest]... Read more
Beth Orton may be the most underappreciated female singer-songwriter of past 10 years. Was introduced to her via Everything But the Girl's Back to Mine compilation CD & have loved... Read morePublished on April 3, 2011 by H. T. Davido
A wonderful collection of songs. I came to Beth Orton through William Orbit's "Water from a vine leaf", which is an unusual track among this compilation. Read morePublished on October 27, 2009 by Glenn Towle
2.5 or so.......
I first heard Beth Orton on the soundtrack for a film called "A Room for Romeo Brass." Fine film, fine soundtrack. Read more