“To The Limit” by Joan Armatrading - album review

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TJR says

Arriving in September '78 was Joan Armatrading's fifth long-player, in collaboration with producer Glyn Johns for the third year-in-a-row. It's not a bad album - the reggae tinged “Bottom To The Top” and the soulful “Let It Last” are both fantastic. Alas, the set meanders too often into AOR for my taste, but she's easily forgiven due to that cool, unique and laid back vocal style of hers.

The Jukebox Rebel
02-Nov-2005

A1 [03:40] 5.9.png Joan Armatrading - Barefoot And Pregnant (Joan Armatrading) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
A2 [03:40] 5.3.png Joan Armatrading - Your Letter (Joan Armatrading) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
A3 [04:24] 3.9.png Joan Armatrading - Am I Blue For You (Joan Armatrading) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
A4 [04:08] 3.0.png Joan Armatrading - You Rope You Tie Me (Joan Armatrading) Rock
A5 [04:52] 3.0.png Joan Armatrading - Baby I (Joan Armatrading) Songwriter
B1 [03:34] 8.0.png Joan Armatrading - Bottom To The Top (Joan Armatrading) Reggae
B2 [03:25] 5.4.png Joan Armatrading - Taking My Baby Uptown (Joan Armatrading) Rock n Roll / Rockabilly
B3 [03:44] 6.2.png Joan Armatrading - What Do You Want (Joan Armatrading) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
B4 [04:48] 3.5.png Joan Armatrading - Wishing (Joan Armatrading) Blues Rock / Soul Rock
B5 [04:57] 8.0.png Joan Armatrading - Let It Last (Joan Armatrading) Blues Rock / Soul Rock




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