Amy Allison | Everything And Nothing Too

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Everything And Nothing Too

by Amy Allison

“… a lovely world where urban country mixes freely with 1960’s girl groups, jazz standards and a love of the Smiths to create a distinctive, sophisticated treat.” -The Sunday Times
Genre: Pop: 60's Pop
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1. Don't Go to Sleep amy allison
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2. Don't You Know Anything? amy allison
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3. Everything and Nothing Too amy allison
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4. Her Hair Was Red amy allison
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5. Out of Sight, Out of Mind amy allison
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6. Troubled Boy amy allison
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7. Have You No Pride? amy allison
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8. Just Give Me Moonlight in Vermont amy allison
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9. Rose Red amy allison
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10. Heart of London amy allison
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11. Turn Out the Lights amy allison
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12. Everyday Is Like Sunday amy allison
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13. Was amy allison
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Album Notes
(Her Hair Was Red)- "Beautiful and touching story song from a very under-appreciated songwriter"...Elvis Costello, itunes celebrity playlist

“… a lovely world where urban country mixes freely with 1960’s girl groups, jazz standards and a love of the Smiths to create a distinctive, sophisticated treat.”
The Sunday Times

"Amy Allison has one of the most striking voices ever ... it makes no difference what she applies that voice to … everything comes out sounding decidedly unique ... bloody marvelous."
Hi Fi Plus

“For those who treasure individuality and the craft of songwriting, here’s a find.”
The Observer

“… a songwriter of rare ability … revealing an outstanding bittersweet pop sensiblity comparable to the Brill Building greats … hugely tuneful and hook-laden … her voice is the perfect vehicle for her exquisitely wrought tales of love and loss. Sublime.”
What’s On

“… a lovely, enchanting album of songs from the heart.”
The Sun

“… poignant and magical … like most things exotically different, when she finally gets under your skin, she is something to be savoured, like a warming glass of Green Chartreuse.”
Maverick

“… a voice all her own … persuasive sincerity”
The Word

“… tuneful writing … gripping personal intensity”
Mojo

“… a voice to be savoured … a grand job.”
Scotland on Sunday

“There’s not a weak track here but arguably the best of the bunch has to be “Her Hair Was Red”, a simple, harp rippling Celtic infused hymn to her grandmother that will simply make you melt … by the time I’d played it all twice, that voice sounded like the most perfect thing in the world.”
Netrhythms

“Her version of Morrissey’s “Every Day is Like Sunday” pulverizes versions by Chrissie Hynde and Natalie Merchant into the dust.”
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Ken Lawrence

sweet, and nothing to compare to it.
I've been a fan of Amy for years and now that she's put her music on CD baby you'll all have the chance to enjoy it. few voices leave this music lover speechless to go with my blindness but this CD says it all after you listen to H have you no pride, her hair was red and everything and nothing too, you'll be speechless too. most surely your ears will find this one of the sweetest voices you will ever hear.

Robert Raymond

Wow, she keeps getting better.
From the first notes you can tell the production has improved from her other and the overall cohesiveness has improved. Her sound keeps getting better My favs are Don't Go to Sleep, Her Hair Was Red, Just give me Moonlight in Vermont, and Was, but they are all moving songs powerfully delivered.

David Shaw


Listening to Amy's latest right now. Wunderbar as always. I've been an Amy fan ever since I heard her singing along with The Silos. Hopefully she'll make it up to the Canadas one fine day so I can hear her live and kicking.

Van DeLisle

Don't I know Anything?
Last night we went to go see Jimmie Dale Gilmore at the Old Town School of Folk Music. Someone named Amy Allison was opening.
Well..... Amy Allison just blew me away. How come I've never heard of her before? I loved every song she sang. No wonder Elvis Costello likes her! VERY clever songwriting, a beautiful and interesting voice, and great style. I'm sorry that I only picked up this CD on the way out. I now wish I had gotten all four. This is a fabulous record. Even though last night was Robbie Folks' 'Secret Country' this is really a finely crafted pop record. I was playing it while we were making dinner and my wife said 'Wow, this is really good.'
Amy is my new favorite singer!