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Endlessly

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2010 sophomore album from the Welsh songstress. Written and recorded in New York and London over the past year, the album has formed a unique partnership between Albert Hammond Sr. and the singer herself. The legendary Hammond Sr. a 2008 Songwriters' Hall Of Fame inductee is best known for penning classic songs 'When I Need You', 'The Air That I Breathe', 'It Never Rains In Southern California', and 'To All The Girls I Loved Before', Together they have produced the next chapter of Duffy's meteoric career. The infectious lead single 'Well, Well, Well' is the first taste from this heady confection, and features the incomparable rhythm section played by The Roots. Album highlights include 'My Boy', 'Endlessly', 'Don't Forsake Me', 'Lovestruck', and 'Breath Away'.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. My Boy
  2. Too Hurt to Dance
  3. Keeping My Baby
  4. Well Well Well
  5. Don't Foresake Me
  6. Endlessly
  7. Breath Away
  8. Lovestruck
  9. Girl
  10. Hard for the Heart


Product Details

  • Audio CD (December 7, 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Mercury
  • ASIN: B00436GNVC
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (100 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,539 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Like many others, I loved Duffy's first CD and have been waiting for the follow-up. And the involvement of Albert Hammond in this project held great promise. However, as other reviewers have noted "Endlessly" is a definite fall off from "Rockferry." That is the bad news. Several of these cuts are terrible and Duffy's voice even becomes annoying on some of them. However, there are four great cuts on this CD, and that is the good news. The title song, along with "Too Hurt to Dance," "Don't Forsake Me," and "Breath Away" are worthy of "Rockferry." I wish I could get in a time machine and take "Too Hurt to Dance" back in time and give it to Lesley Gore or Connie Francis to record. Great song, as are the other three.
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What is Duffy doing with her voice? On Rockferry, for the most part, she sings beautifully. But I'd hate to hear Warwick Avenue in the style of this album. "More warble!", cried her producer. Ugh. She sounds like a cartoon character on this album.
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Dear Duffy, I recall almost three years ago listening to samples from Rockferry and being very much impressed with what I heard, I proceeded to purchase the CD. Giving it a few listens was like real music coming back again compare what is going on in commercial music today. Along with a hand full of other artist who have ignored the current trends and just going back to making music the old fashion way with good lyrics, skillful musicians actually playing instruments, melodies that stay in your head long after the music stops playing and a vocalist who sang with a passion and had a certain uniqueness in the voice, Rockferry was like the great music of yester year done in a modern fashion. In some aspects, the songs from Rockferry felt like songs that were broadcast on the radio back in the 60s but somehow that got stuck in the upper atmosphere then suddenly release and now making their way to our radios. Best of all a new artist was emerging who was compared to other great singers of the past and to have a lot of class compare to the freak show that today's pop tart put on these days.

Now it is 2010 fall and you have released your follow up to Rockferry called Endlessly. I saw you perform the title song on the Jools Holland show and I was blown away. Well, Well, Well was a serviceable follow up to Mercy then I thought Ok, off to a good start. Then I started to read some of the early review of the CD and heard sample. That is when I went into oh no phase. You wanted to branch out, change producers and such but what has happened is that you did not take into consideration of why your fans liked Rocferry in proceeding with a follow-up. You lead the followers of Rockferry south then all suddenly we are being lead north.
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My mouth dropped open when I started to play this disc (which I was eagerly awaiting, since I LOVED Rockferry so much)...and it did not drop open in a good way. I can't believe this is the same artist. Her voice is shrill, the beats are maddening, and it is basically just a lot of "pop vomit"... so disappointed. Couldn't even listen beyond the first few tracks. Hopefully she goes back to the original "formula" for album #3... every great artist has a dud, and I'm afraid this is it.
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i was in italy and heard this song (WELL WELL WELL....) on the radio...A LOT! so when i came home, since it became our theme song, i looked it up. GREAT! i found it. i bought the cd for the ONE song but i can't get past the rest of the songs. sorry duffy! i am not sure how she made it into the business but good for her. it just may not be my style of music. her voice is grating and a bit whinny BUT then again that just may be the style of music. this is just an opinion. i am giving this cd a one just for the "theme" song. otherwise...1) i would not of bought it, 2) and i had to rate it (or i could not post the review).
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I was really looking forward to this release after Rockferry. Maybe that was the problem. The texture and nuance of that record just aren't here. It seems somewhat overly commercial and upbeat, in the wrong ways. I am definitely going to keep my ears open for what else she releases, but I'll be inclined to listen before I purchase as opposed to advance ordering. A shame.
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Quick & dirty is I won't be listening to this cd. Sound quality is horrible and on first take the content isn't very good either. This disc hurts my ears and must have been produced on an ipod. After Rockferry, I was really looking forward to this cd - Big Dissappointment, because she's got the talent. If you have a real audio system, this won't be on your playlist.
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Success has been a bittersweet thing for Aimee Ann Duffy. She had immediate success, but was lumped in as an Amy Winehouse clone. Her debut single "Mercy" was an immediate smash, but was quickly pegged as a one-hit wonder before she even released a second single from her debut album "Rockferry". By the time she released the dreary but successful second single "Warwick Avenue", she was written off as a fake by fellow musicians- the most scathing of remarks coming from fellow British singer Estelle. She went back into the studio in early 2010 to record a new album, and did a bit of cleaning house in the process. She got rid of her manager, sacked "Rockferry" producers Bernard Butler and Jimmy Hogarth and changed virtually all of the session musicians. She replaced the previous session musicians with the hip hop band The Roots and hired the legendary British singer-songwriter Albert Hammond to handle the production of her sophomore album "Endlessly".

After listening to her second release, it seems as if her desire to have more creative input was rather questionable. The album suffers from too much creative control- lyrically, the songs are borderline juvenile and the musical arrangements are bland and uninspired. Look no further than the lead off track "My Boy", which sounds a little too close to Rod Stewart's disco hit "Do Ya Think I'm Sexy"- and that's not a good thing. On the ballads "Too Hurt To Dance", "Don't Forsake Me" and the title track "Endlessly" her vocals are a little grating on the nerves the first time around. She sounds as if she may have knocked back a few shortly before she started recording. She sings a little out of key on the first single "Well Well Well" and gets upstaged by The Roots in the process.
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