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ALBUM REVIEW...

Lizzie Deane's album is a joy to listen to. Her beautiful and assured vocals take you on a musical journey that runs through dirty funk, soulful blues, classic old school R'n'B and uplifting ballads. Her lyrics are imaginative and cinematic in their descriptiveness and her melodies arrive in your head and make themselves at home like old friends coming to visit. This is a record of great songs, sung by a great artist and played by great musicians, just like the old days but slap, bang up to date. Not to be missed.  

TONY MOORE

VENUE MAGAZINE ONLINE...

This raw-voiced soulstress from London with a compelling new set of soul-jazz numbers on her latest album 'Set Me Free' and a driving contemporary funk'n'blues band was a big hit at the CoriFEST weekender and it's good to see her back so soon.

LONDON JAZZ FESTIVAL @ PIZZA EXPRESS JAZZ CLUB, SOHO

If I was reminded of the rhythm section on Randy Crawford's "Raw Silk", as funky four gave way to searing 6/8 feels, then by the time Lizzie Deane joined the band for a "Natural Woman", the spirit of Joplin was in the room, and the Pee Wee tune, "Cold Sweat", written for Brown in 1968, fairly raised the roof.

IAN SHAW

ALBUM REVIEW...

Lizzie Deane has assembled 8 cuts for her first album, 'Set Me Free' and it's a great collection that mixes soul, funk, blues and pop and showcases her powerful vocal approach. Standout cut is the melodic, sweet ballad 'Sunday Morning Loving'. It has a feeling of classic LISA STANSFIELD and is as laid back as that title suggests. The raw funk of 'Magic Number' and 'Have A Party' show that LIZZIE can do-in-your face too while the closing 'Bring It On' proves that dear AMY WINEHOUSE still exerts a considerable influence on new British artists.

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