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McEvoy, Eleanor, STUFF
Ireland's internationally acclaimed singer-songwriter Eleanor McEvoy releases her latest album STUFF on the MOSCODISC label. An eleven-track collection, Stuff tells tales of unrequited love, lust and eloquent farewell; a heady brew of caustic observation laced with wit and wry self-deprecation typical of multi-instrumentalist McEvoy, all delivered in the Irish star's rich, lilting voice. Known for touring Europe in a black Hearse, Stuff somewhat reflects the content of Dublin-born McEvoy's current live ALONE show. The album includes her soul groove, 'The Thought of You', the acerbic 'Deliver Me', 'Little Look' (a collaboration with Polish a cappella group Banana Boat) and 'Lovers Chapel', recorded with (ex Beautiful South) Dave Rotheray's Homespun'. Stuff also includes a mournful reading of Chuck Berry's 'Memphis Tennessee', plus 'Milord', which McEvoy performs as a tribute to singer Edith Piaf and writer Georges Moustaki.