Life Love Flesh Blood
Imelda May - Life Love Flesh Blood
Critic Score
Based on 6 reviews
2017 Ratings: #293 / 669
User Score
Based on 9 ratings
April 21, 2017 / Release Date
LP / Format
Decca / Label
Your Review
Aug 25, 2017
While a turn away from the wild rockabilly of her previous albums, Life Love Flesh Blood still has powerful vocals, just on jazzy torch songs and soulful ballads, with a touch here and there of country blues. the influence of T-Bone Burnett is clear throughout the album.

Essential tracks: Call Me, Black Tears, Sixth Sense, How Bad Can a Good Girl Be, Levitate
Apr 21, 2017
Call Me - 90/100
Black Tears (feat. Jeff Beck) - 85/100
Should've Been You - 85/100
Sixth Sense - 80/100
Human - 65/100
How Bad Can a Good Girl Be - 95/100
Bad Habit - 90/100
Levitate - 75/100
When It's My Time (feat. Jools Holland) -80/100
Leave Me Lonely - 60/100
The Girl I Used To Be - 50/100

Average Score:78

Final Thoughts: This album took me by total surprise. I have heard of Imelda but I don't think I ever listened to her. The powerhouse vocals, writing and "old soul" songs ... read more
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Track List
  1. Call Me
  2. Black Tears (feat. Jeff Beck)
  3. Should've Been You
  4. Sixth Sense
  5. Human
  6. How Bad Can a Good Girl Be
  7. Bad Habit
  8. Levitate
  9. When It's My Time (feat. Jools Holland)
  10. Leave Me Lonely
  11. The Girl I Used To Be
Contributions By
thisisabtlgrnd, patton, philthy

Added on: January 27, 2017