Jo Little | Till the Blue Skies Come

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Till the Blue Skies Come

by Jo Little

Soulful songs from the heart with captivating lyrics.
Genre: Urban/R&B: Country-Soul
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1. Turn Me On
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2. Sleepwalkers
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3. Five of Swords
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4. Into the Darkness
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5. Shirley M.
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6. An Ideal World
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7. Till the Blue Skies Come
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8. Leave This Town
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Album Notes
Recorded and Mastered by Drew Englehutt
All songs written and performed by Jo Little
Backing vocals by Drew Englehutt
I dedicate this album to my friends and family, I love you all very much
Thank you Anna van Riel for your friendship and inspiration


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Review: Jo Little - Till The Blue Skies Come
“Till The Blue Skies Come” is her third release and continues her exploration of country-folk and acoustic soul. Arrangements are kept sparse and quite stripped back, allowing her captivating voice and emotionally resonant songs centre stage. Highlights come thick and fast. The marching guitar of “Sleepwalkers” clashes perfectly with Little’s words, and “Five of Swords” brings to mind the acoustic grunge of Kristin Hersh. “Into the Darkness” repeats the process to even greater effect and the title track is faultless and engaging folk-pop, which seems to have roots that stretch back to the ‘60s and ‘70s. The album ends with the utterly charming, though all too short “Leave This Town”. Fans of Gillian Welch and Iris DeMent would do well to take note, and listen without too much delay.