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Lisa Marie Presley

Storm & Grace

With all the hoopla that has surrounded her, it’s easy to forget that Lisa Marie Presley is at heart a simple Southern girl whose earliest musical memories are of obsessively listening to 45’s in her bedroom at Graceland and of her dad catching her singing into a hairbrush in front of a mirror at the age of three.

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 15, 2012)
  • Original Release Date: 2012
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Universal Republic
  • ASIN: B007R6X9QW
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (122 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #74,374 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Over Me
2. You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet
3. Weary
4. Close To The Edge
5. So Long
6. Un - Break
7. Soften The Blows
8. Storm Of Nails
9. How Do You Fly This Plane?
10. Forgiving
11. Storm & Grace
12. Heartless
13. Sticks And Stones
14. I Was Wrong
15. Just A Dream

Editorial Reviews

Taken as a whole, Storm and Grace is a unflinchingly honest piece of work from this songwriter, who, though known for her tough frankness, has managed to create a tender, consoling thread that runs throughout the album. Weary; may concern a relationship that didn't work out, but it is suffused with a genuine warmth, as Presley sings: I will always love you/you can move on, dear.

For Presley, the album s conciliatory theme grew out of wanting to have peace in her life after a period of turmoil and letting go of what no longer suited her. There were a few years there where everything around me had fallen apart, she says. All the things that had become my foundation were gone and I had to shed a lot of skin. I found myself really vulnerable afterward and that's what birthed the album s vibe. It s me without any attitude or anger at a time of rediscovery.

Customer Reviews

I look forward to more from Lisa Marie.
Very excited for this latest project, as I always feel a sense of wonder and reward after listening to her songs.
Her voice is very rich and full of soul.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

41 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Alessar on May 15, 2012
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With her third album Lisa Marie Presley has changed her musical style, shifting from Southern-infused radio rock to more of a traditional bluesy style. Musically the album is full of dark twanging strings, southern rock drumbeats, and velvet small bar vocals. Many of the songs on the album sound like they could be used in the closing credits of True Blood. Lisa Marie Presley has always been a strong lyric writer, drawing on some very unique life experiences to craft songs with a surprisingly universal accessibility despite those viewpoints. I'm still digging into this album but the tone of it overall seems to be a quiet and resolute defiance, that holds back on bluster as unnecessary, as typified by "You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet." Many of the other tracks seem like something you should be listening to in a smokey bar down south while drinking a whiskey and ruminating on life. I do think the album would benefit if perhaps 2 of the songs had more of a rock production or to break the mood up a little. It does, at times, sink to a very quiet and introspective point. Even "Storm of Nails" comes across as kind of a mellow reflection instead of a blast of anger that would help wake things up. I purchased the deluxe edition with 4 bonus tracks. Musically they are similar to the rest of the album, with "Sticks and Stones" and "I Was Wrong" standing out to me with a little harder sound to them.

Overall I do recommend the album if you will enjoy a rootsy, introspective experience.
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27 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Keegan Parker on May 23, 2012
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So long is not only the title of track no. 5 on the album but the amount of time us fans waited for this amazing album.The songs are all cohesive.The voice of this woman is deep,scratchy,strong,brooding.She tackles issues of insecurities,perception,misperceptions,betrayal.

I am very proud to see her transistion.This is by far her best album to date.I feels like a progression of her first album.Lisa Marie Presley is a unique artist who inspires me.It touches on so many things and this is coming from a 24 yr old black male who friends don't understand..this album is perfection.
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27 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Jen Folli on May 15, 2012
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LMP's 3rd album gets back to her southern Memphis roots. There are no hard-hitting "in your face" songs like her previous two albums. What you get is Lisa Marie Presley...singing from her heart and feeling the music. Her husky (and at times) haunting alto voice is rich and strong. The instrumentals behind her don't over-power but instead accompany her just enough to showcase her talent. When listening to the feel like you might be listening to a soulful Cheryl Crow or a younger more brooding version of Cher. The girl can definitely sing and this album was a perfect vehicle for LMP to showcase her talent in a organic and somewhat accoustic way. This is a solid 3rd release and one that fans, critics, and most importantly Lisa Marie Presley can be exceedingly proud of!
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Dennis Huskins on June 19, 2012
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I admit it at first i bought her CD's because i was a huge Elvis fan. While she is very different from his style i begin to listen to her poetic sultry delivery and it became like unravelling a dark mystery which is Lisa Marie. While i liked the song Lights Out and also read a lot about her Father into it and Nobody Noticed It. On this CD i still feel some of her anger, regrets, loss, and soul searching as if she is still looking for a refuge and a hiding place to "Soften the Blows". Evident in her own lyrical words like "If i were a gopher now i'd dig a hole and not come back out" "I don't belong i've lost the plot, not gullible- can't be what i'm not" "the darkness is a more honest place to be- can you teach me how to be forgiving?" and trying to live in Elvis' shadow in Sticks and Stones with "Too bad she ain't just like her Daddy, she has no talent of her own It's just her name.." Also in the song Storm and Grace like a lamentation and ode to Elvis as if it's her overwhelming feelings to his absence yet his presence is all around her. She cries out wanting him to slow down in his fast lifestyle that eventually took him away. It has an eerily country feel with a funeral march beat sung very smoky as if from a dark lit lounge or a remote area of Graceland. Over Me has the old Sun sound, So Long is a good send off to scientology finally! Heartless is very haunting and some songs are repititous sounding but I found Weary to be a very moving and honestly sung song. T Bone Burnett layed great music behind her and this CD could well be titled Living in the Shadows, just look at the CD photos and she is in the shadows of darkness somewhere in the lost parts of Graceland just like Lisa Marie herself.Read more ›
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Douglas King VINE VOICE on May 27, 2012
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*** 1/2

Lisa Marie Presley is the antithesis of the type of heiress that we celebrate on reality TV - she's always come across as defensive, surly, and uncomfortable with being famous for being famous. It must have taken a lot of guts for her to embark on a music career. As daughter of the King of Rock 'n Roll and ex-wife of the King of Pop, pressure to deliver the goods must have been huge, as well as the fact that there were probably a lot of people hoping to see her fall flat on her face.

Her first two albums were anything but an embarrassment. Although not brilliant, they were both solid and underrated in my opinion. For her third outing, "Storm & Grace", Lisa Marie completely abandons any hint of modern pop for a southern blues/country sound. Slick programming is replaced with live instruments that create compelling textures around her husky, raspy alto and dark, confessional songwriting.

Even as the sound has changed, becoming more organic, the themes of the album are not so different from her last two. As in her previous albums, Lisa sings contemptuously about the phoniness of wealth and privilege ("So Long", "Storm of Nails"), rebellion ("You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet"), regret ("Over Me"), and desire for redemption and authenticity ("Forgiving", "Un-Break").

"Storm and Grace" is probably Lisa Marie's best work to date, and unfortunately, will probably be just as underrated as her first two records. However, Lisa Marie doesn't need to make music for wealth or fame. So at this point what she's doing is clearly a labor of love. More power to her.
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