Tag Archives: Belinda Carlisle

Belinda Carlisle, Gig Review. Olympia, Liverpool.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 9/10

It is not just people that have a history, a story worth remembering, it is the very fabric of a place, a building and even the structure of art and the thoughts that go into it as well.

When history on all fronts collide it can make for an impressive evening of memory, a kaleidoscope of colour and fantasy rolled together; it is a history which dominates and fights like a boxer scrapping for the money in which to build a better life for, a harassed mother to be finding the strength to deliver a child into a world. For between these two states of human emotion comes life and one that can only be tempered by the sound of an artist calling through time and being appreciated with the full extent of both Heaven and Earth.

Belinda Carlisle, Wilder Shores. Album Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * *

The young angry punk and rock rebel may have long since changed, morphed and become the sophisticated and worldly embracing lady of music, but there is always a twinkle in the eye of anyone who was blessed with the urge to rebel, to see beyond the straight and narrow and embrace the chance to witness the Wilder Shores that is denied to so many because they cannot sense how enormous or how exciting it is.