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Artist IconMarianne Faithfull
Artist Icon No Exit
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"No Exit" is a live album from British singer and songwriter Marianne Faithfull, released September 30, 2016 on the Ear Musiclabel.
The live CD/DVD release features tracks recorded during her European tour as well as videos of her 2014 concert at Budapest's Bella Bartok National Concert Hall and 4 songs from her 2016 performance at London's Roundhouse.
At Metacritic, which assigns a normalized rating out of 100 to reviews from critics, the album received an average score of 76, based on 4 reviews, indicating "Generally favorable reviews ".
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Fifty years into a colourful if chequered career, Faithfull sounds like she’s lived: her already gravelly voice now teeters on the brink of sighing and yawning, yet it remains defiantly rich with character.
No Exit is a live CD-DVD package where the visual element works better, concert footage from Budapest and London providing atmosphere that complements her, the excellent band and the moody songs. It also conveys her status as a living legend, something that doesn’t fully translate on the album alone. Despite fine musicianship from the likes of Rob Ellis and Ed Harcourt, it seems tinny.
Whereas the DVD offers a longer set, including jewels in her crown like Broken English, the CD selects just 45 minutes, highlighting more recent material and covers, before sauntering into a forlorn As Tears Go By, a resilient Sister Morphine and a finale of The Ballad Of Lucy Jordan. In the last, the reference to Lucy ‘at the age of thirty seven’ now, in context, makes Ms Jordan sound enviably young. The real triumph here, of course, is that Faithfull’s still standing.
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