Tag Archives: Samantha Fish

Samantha Fish, Belle Of The West. Album Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * * *

Even in the current political and social climate it is easy to fall in love with America; there is something beautiful, a passion that unifies in the most unexpected places and raises the ghosts of all that once passed. This passion does not require a flag to be raised, a declaration of faith with hand on heart as if stopping from beating to fast from the opinionated wealth and abundance that is there to trick the passer-by into thinking that all is rosy in the garden founded and fought over for centuries. It is though in the spirit of the person, the Belle of the West, that makes America such a proposition of glory.

Samantha Fish, Chills & Fever. Album Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 8.5/10

You have choices in life, you can take the road of responsibility and look after your heart and soul or you can give in temptation and rock the guts out of life, you can stand in the corner, a hint of vague wallflower about your persona, or should the feeling be right, be just, you can party on in the knowledge that the Universe has created such great music for you to be entranced by. If you stay in the shadows you won’t get Chills & Fever but if you come in to the light and embrace the work of Samantha Fish then that fever, those chills, will be glorious.

Samantha Fish, Wild Heart. Album Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating 8.5/10

The last thing any Blues, or indeed any genre of music fan, would ever want is to come across a woman of sheer substance and fortitude and then ask for her to be tamed. No woman of Earth should ever have that ignominy thrust upon her, damaging her own will and thoughts; and certainly not to those who are natural and who have a Wild Heart.

Samantha Fish, Black Wind Howlin’. Album Review.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * *

If you want revolution, if the idea of the start of an uprising in the hearts of a specific music genre is something that takes your fancy then Samantha Fish’s latest offering to the mass public is sure to be more wrecking than a person with a 1000 pound metal ball on the end of a crane in a scrap yard could ever hope to achieve. Black Wind Howlin’ cuts through the storms, slices past the obstacles placed in its way and heads over the Atlantic in a flurry of musical fury and the result is utter brilliance.