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2009 U.S. pressing of the British singer/songwriter's acclaimed third studio album. Equal parts Pop, Folk and Blues, Pictures builds upon Katie's successes as one of Britain's finest female artists and shows her experimenting and growing as a songwriter extraordinaire. With a few albums in her back pocket, Melua shows more confidence on this release, often adding experimental touches to her signature sound. 12 tracks including the first single 'If You Were A Sailboat'.
|1. Mary Pickford|
|2. Its All in My Head|
|3. If the Lights Go Out|
|4. What I Miss About You|
|6. What It Says on the Tin|
|7. Scary Films|
|8. Perfect Circle|
|9. Ghost Town|
|10. If You Were a Sailboat|
|11. Dirty Dice|
|12. In My Secret Life|
I've never heard an album by Katie Melua that I didn't love. What an outstanding artist!Published 4 months ago by David R. Purnell
Katie Melua's songs are wonderful in my opinion. Of course, others might have different opinions. It is hard to describe why one enjoys certain artists while not likely others.Published 12 months ago by Kitsune
you have to listen to know how beatiful of her voices....and her music ..........love it........
you have to listen to know how beatiful of her voices.... Read more
Katie is one of the best new vocal talents out there. She actually _sings!_ On this album, all the tracks are written by or for her, except maybe the last one. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Michael C. Norton
I like it but I don't like the song choices as well as those on some of her others. She is one of my favorites and I am glad I've added it to my collection. Read morePublished on March 31, 2013 by susan p.
A great cd that includes very beautiful songs, a more beautiful voice of the best singer, writer and performer of this timePublished on April 5, 2011 by salvador
I would like to expand on "the most helpful critical review" as to why "Pictures" is so disappointing. Read morePublished on March 30, 2011 by Douglas K. Tom